In this paper, we will discuss how to cope with the smoother growth front and higher growth rate by the forced convection. When the rotation rate of the upper part of the solution is different from that of the lower part in the crucible, the centrifugal force of the upper part is different from that of the lower part. As a result, a forced convection occurs in the solution. This kind of convection was achieved with accelerating/decelerating rotation of crucible and a plate fixed on the bottom of the crucible. By optimizing conditions of rotation program patterns and the crucible design for the forced convection, the growth rate could almost be doubled while maintaining smooth morphology.