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An accurate modelling and simulation of the sublimation growth process needs a software taking into account a multitude of highly coupled phenomena: fluid mechanics, convective, conductive and radiative heat transfer, electromagnetic, multicomponent species transport, homogeneous and heterogeneous reactivity and finally thermal and transport databases. The objective of this paper is to combine modelling trends with experimental results to propose explanations and solutions to growth problems. Finally, a simple and generic mechanical approach will show the relations between the density of dislocations and the temperature field.
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