Bridget Cunningham | April 6, 2015

When an earthquake strikes, the force from its seismic waves can weaken the stability of buildings. By implementing seismic control measures, designers can enhance the flexibility of such structures as well as strengthen their safety levels. See how one research team used COMSOL Multiphysics to study the impact of base isolation systems and explore approaches to optimizing their performance.

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Bridget Cunningham | April 2, 2015

In this blog post, we investigate syngas combustion in a round-jet burner using the Reacting Flow interface and the Heat Transfer in Solids interface. The results from this benchmark model are compared to experimental findings.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 31, 2015

Commonly used in the automotive industry, snap hooks are a type of fastener that involve the insertion of a hook into a slot. When designing snap hooks, it is important to analyze the forces required for the insertion of the hook as well as its removal. We can address this through simulation.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 20, 2015

COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.0 introduced users to a new background field feature designed for linearly polarized plane waves. Explore the use of this new feature with an example of polarization-dependent scattering from our Model Gallery.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 18, 2015

COMSOL Multiphysics was awarded the 2014 NASA Tech Briefs‘ Readers’ Choice Product of the Year, just a month after winning NASA Tech Briefs‘ Product of the Month in December 2014. Learn more about this award and how it reflects the influence of COMSOL Multiphysics in the future of design engineering.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 16, 2015

A recent study from researchers at the University of Portsmouth has deemed limpet teeth as the strongest biological material known today. We shed light on the unique properties of this material and how it compares to its predecessor: spider silk.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 13, 2015

The biological and chemical processes behind the development of biopharmaceuticals have an important effect on product quality. With its ability to deliver quick results at a lower cost, simulation is a valuable resource in studying and optimizing these techniques. Learn how COMSOL Multiphysics can benefit your modeling of biopharmaceutical processes.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 10, 2015

Conserving and restoring art requires a balance between maintaining the quality of the work and respecting the artist’s initial creation. Advancing technologies now offer less invasive ways of analyzing artwork and bringing pieces back to their original condition. Since 2015 is the Year of Light, let’s explore how light can be used to conserve and restore paintings.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 6, 2015

Reciprocating engines are used extensively for power generation in a variety of applications, most notably within the automobile industry. In the design process, it is important to ensure that all of the engine’s parts can withstand high stresses and loads in order to maximize the operational lifetime. Here, we analyze fatigue in an engine’s connecting rods.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 5, 2015

COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.0 introduced users to an improved “Numeric TEM port” feature for transmission lines. This feature includes enhanced functionality, utilizing the techniques behind the calculation of impedance in 2D models and applying them in 3D instances.

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Bridget Cunningham | March 3, 2015

In the diagnostics industry, developing devices that enable autonomous testing is an area of focus. One such device that has been available commercially for many years is the lateral flow test. With its easy-to-use format and short turn-around time for results, this device has become a valuable resource in medical diagnostics. See how researchers at the University of Rhode Island have built upon this technology to facilitate the diagnosis of more complex conditions.

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