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Simulation of copper nanowire by comparing its volume and alignment range using composite filament simulation 3D to predict the resistivity of the nanowire

Abstract

Aim: In this research work the simulation of electrical resistivity of copper nanowire by using a Novel Composite Filament Simulation Tool, and comparing the resistivity by its Volume and Alignment range. Materials and Methods: This review was done at the Simulation research lab, Saveetha School of Engineering, Chennai. The sample size computation was finished by past outcomes using clinical.com by keeping alpha error-threshold by 0.05, enrollment ratio as 0:1, 95% confidence interval, power at 80%. Group 1 and 2 are volume (N=20) and alignment range (N=20) of copper nanowire. The complete sample size was 50. Results: Comparison between these two parameters are done by independent sample test using SPSS software. There is a statistical indifference between volume and in alignment range. Copper nanowire based on its volume (55%) showed higher resistivity in comparison to its alignment range (50%). There appears to be a statistically significant difference (p=0.047, p<0.05) by using an independent sample T test. Copper nanowire having volume a high showed better results in comparison to its alignment range . Conclusion: Copper nanowire by volume appears to give better electrical resistivity than its alignment range .

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Mohammed Hathif Sayed M, Chandra Kishore S. Simulation of Copper Nanowire by Comparing its Volume and Alignment range using Composite Filament Simulation 3D to predict the Resistivity of the Nanowire. Cardiometry; Issue 25; December 2022; p.1633-1639; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.25.16331639; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no25-december-2022/simulation-copper-nanowire

Keywords

Nanowire,   Copper nanowire,   Volume,   Alignment range,   Electrical properties,   Electrical resistivity,   Novel Composite Filament Simulation Tool
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