Mechanical Performance and Analysis of Bismuth Telluride (Bi2Te3) Thermal Barrier Coating
Ajay Kumar Prajapati, Amitesh Paul
Bismuth Telluride, Nanomaterial, Figure of Merit, Finite Element Method, Load-Displacement
In this experiment, we analysed the purpose of this dissertation is to model and simulate Bismuth Telluride (Bi2Te3) thermal barrier coating nano-fabrication process on Bismuth Telluride coated high speed material by finite element method and to compare its results with experimental other barrier coating nano-fabrication results. A two-dimensional and three-dimensional axisymmetric model is simulated in sequential and iterative application using MATLAB. This dissertation is presented to show the use of finite element analysis (FEA) for the thermoelectric performance of micro-scale and nano-scale, self-assembled devices. Previous research has demonstrated an optimal performance at scales inaccessible to pick and place manufacturing and thin film deposition methods. The finite element simulation is modeled as stiff structure of Bismuth Telluride (Bi2Te3) material. The designed models have the aptitude and ability for simulation of the observed loading and unloading curves and the occurrence of coating distortion during indentation. Developed load-displacement curve obtained from finite element simulations are compared with the other load-displacement curves estimated by the experimental result. Finally, the outcome of finite element simulation presents that there is excellent performance with the experiment results.