Hi,

I hope it is OK if I check my writing for paper in small parts. If it isn't please tell me.

This is abstract of my paper:

Effects of different temperature and pressure and two common inlets for injecting gas on the rate of deposition and uniformity of coating layers of polysilicon on the wafers of silicon are investigated. The system is modeled by a finite element software and the results of simulations are harvested by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tool of the software, and based on real scale of SEMATECH BTU/Bruce horizontal hot-wall LPCVD system. Characteristic of materials, boundary conditions and applied physical and chemical equations are initial factors of the model.

I hope it is OK, if it isn't I would appreciate if you mention my mistakes, or places that sound odd. Thanks.

I hope it is OK if I check my writing for paper in small parts. If it isn't please tell me.

This is abstract of my paper:

Effects of different temperature and pressure and two common inlets for injecting gas on the rate of deposition and uniformity of coating layers of polysilicon on the wafers of silicon are investigated. The system is modeled by a finite element software and the results of simulations are harvested by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tool of the software, and based on real scale of SEMATECH BTU/Bruce horizontal hot-wall LPCVD system. Characteristic of materials, boundary conditions and applied physical and chemical equations are initial factors of the model.

I hope it is OK, if it isn't I would appreciate if you mention my mistakes, or places that sound odd. Thanks.

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You lost me at the bit in red. I hope the first sentence says what you want it to. I suspect that there is a better way to put "initial factors of the model", but I'm not sure what you mean.

enoonLet me explain, it is supposed to be a journal, and it is not common to mention sizes at Abstract. Instead give the general idea of the work. I hope I understood what you were saying.

USFYou didn't put "the" real scale, I don't know what a real scale of a piece of equipment is in the context of modeling, and it was not clear what was based on it.

Why? You meant it is too long?

No. What is a real scale?

Which sentence?

The first one.

"initial factors of the model"? You think I should replace it with the red phrase?

No. What is an initial factor?

Let me explain, it is supposed to be a journal, and it is not common to mention sizes at Abstract. Instead give the general idea of the work. I hope I understood what you were saying.

I know what an abstract is, but I don't know computer modeling of semiconductor manufacturing.

enoonThe effects of different temperatures and pressures on the rate of deposition of and uniformity of coating of layers of polysilicon on wafers of silicon when injecting gas through two common inlets are investigated.For solving a simulation, you should define equations and characteristics of material and then some values that must be defined as initial values. Like the initial temperatures, pressures, speed of fluid and ...So I called pressure, temperature and other factors that should be initialized before simulation begins, initial factors.

USFLet me explain, it is supposed to be a journal, and it is not common to mention sizes at Abstract. Instead give the general idea of the work. I hope I understood what you were saying.

That was my misunderstanding.

Thanks

USFThe effects of different temperatures and pressures on the rate of deposition of and uniformity of coating of layers of polysilicon on wafers of silicon when injecting gas through two common inlets are investigated. The system is modeled by finite element software, and the results of simulations are harvested by the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tool of the software and are based on the real-world dimensions of the SEMATECH BTU Bruce horizontal hot-wall LPCVD system. Characteristics of materials, boundary conditions and applied physical and chemical equations are the initial parameters of the model.

Does it say what it should? I am still a little worried about how SEMATECH figures into the Bruce.

enoonUSFenoon