## Features of modeling of ultralow power electric fields

Mathematical Modeling, Vol. 5 (2021), Issue 1, pg(s) 31-35

The article presents the results of modeling quasi-stationary ultralow power electric fields (the order of tens of nanowatts) and establishes ranges of rational values of parameters (average density of electric voltage, specific potential) of these fields. As a result of mathematical modeling (based on a system of Gaussian equations) and subsequent numerical experiment, it is shown that an instantaneous increase in the average electric density of a quasi-static electric field in 2 times in one part of the field leads to an increase in charge redistribution time from 34 ns (at an initial density of electric tension of 17 nN/Ku.μm 3) to 189 ns (at a density of electric tension of 145 nN/Ku.μm3). This redistribution allows us to determine the range of rational values of the specific potential, which is 1.1… 9 nV/μm 2. In this case, the maximum specific power that can occur in such a field is 0.5… 0.77 nW/μm 2.

## Development of a simulation model of an information-measuring system of electrical characteristics of the functional coatings of electronic devices

Mathematical Modeling, Vol. 4 (2020), Issue 2, pg(s) 68-71

The article develops a simulation model (based on the MatLab Simulink mathematical processor) of an information-measuring system of electrical characteristics (residual surface electric charge, surface layer capacity, etc.) of functional coatings of electronic devices. The main purpose of the simulation model was to determine the rational parameters of measurement and control of the informationmeasuring system developed by the authors, which would simplify the process of setting up such a system, as well as explore the dynamic modes of its operation. The main advantage of the developed simulation model is the ability to conduct an interactive study of the operation of the information-measuring system under various, including limiting, modes. Tests of the simulation model of the information-measuring system made it possible to study its operation under various conditions and modes of the measurement experiment, as well as to virtually determine the rational operating parameters of such a measurement and control system. A satisfactory discrepancy of 8-11,5% was established for the experimental results compared with the data obtained analytically, which proves the correctness and adequacy of the compiled model.