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qcl:simulation_of_resonant_tunneling_diodes_rtds [2020/06/19 14:21]
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qcl:simulation_of_resonant_tunneling_diodes_rtds [2020/11/19 13:49] (current)
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-Note that in the current version (2020-06-18), only single band calculations are supported for such open boundary conditions.+Note that in the current version (2020-11-19), only single band calculations are supported for open boundary conditions.
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 A broadening energy can be defined by the command ''<​Broadening>''​. Indeed, scattering is not accounted in the contact, so that this commands allows a phenomenological broadening of the density of states in the contact. A broadening energy can be defined by the command ''<​Broadening>''​. Indeed, scattering is not accounted in the contact, so that this commands allows a phenomenological broadening of the density of states in the contact.
  
-The command ''<​Ballistic>''​ can be used to calculate ballistic transport between the contacts (i.e. no scattering process considered if its value is set to ''​yes''​.+The command ''<​Ballistic>''​ can be used to calculate ballistic transport between the contacts (i.e. no scattering process consideredif its value is set to ''​yes''​.
  
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