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Fanny Littmarck | September 6, 2012

There’s a lot to be excited about for this year’s COMSOL Conference — and it’s just around the corner. We thought, what better way to give you a clearer idea of what to expect from the COMSOL Conference 2012, than with a video?

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Bethany Moatts | August 28, 2012

Would you like to plot your own expressions in COMSOL? Have you ever wanted the power to measure parameters from your virtual model at whatever point you’d like, just as you would in a physical model? This new postprocessing tutorial video duo explains how to create 1D plots in COMSOL.

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Bethany Moatts | August 7, 2012

As promised, I’m back to introduce to you the second tutorial video in the new postprocessing blog series. This video covers the basics of creating plots, including some useful ways you can tweak and customize your plots. For example, have you ever wanted to improve the resolution of a plot, add or modify titles and axis labels, standardize the color bars over multiple graphs in one plot group, modify a deformation plot’s scaling, or view multiple plots in the COMSOL […]

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Bethany Moatts | July 31, 2012

Are you getting the most out of your simulations? There’s a wealth of options for creating plots and animations and for computing and exporting data in COMSOL, odds are you will find some neat features here. We want to get you off to a good start, so I’ve begun a series of tutorial videos covering a wide variety of topics in postprocessing. This tutorial series is suited for new and experienced users alike. You will get to learn the basics […]

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Phil Kinnane | July 24, 2012

Looking for a tutorial on how to model a MEMS problem? We have recently added a video tutorial using the example of how to simulate a capacitive pressure sensor to our video gallery. For a brief overview of what you can model in the MEMS Module watch the trailer below, or go straight to the bottom of this post for a link to download the model files, which show how to produce this type of electromechanics model.

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Phil Kinnane | July 16, 2012

David Kan has previously blogged very well about the Pipe Flow Module, where he described the fundamentals behind this new product of ours. Now, you can see this module in action at a webinar run on July 19th. Check out the details and registration for the upcoming Pipe Flow Simulation Using COMSOL webinar.

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Phil Kinnane | July 10, 2012

During the last few months, we have been offering “lunch time tutorials” for users and others interested in multiphysics modeling. In these webinar-run tutorials, we choose an application and spend a bit of time looking at it, and how to model it in detail. We’ve already reported about an example that models a gate valve and now we are ready to offer an example related to pollution, namely that of a particle plume that spreads throughout a room.

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Fanny Littmarck | July 2, 2012

We’ve been running these “Lunch Time Web Tutorials” over the past couple of months, featuring 45 minutes of solving a particular problem following a comprehensive step-by-step format. Each webisode involves a different type of engineering problem, one of which focused on the modeling of a gate valve in a pipe branch. We are now making this available as a set of two videos for those who missed the live tutorial.

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Fanny Littmarck | May 25, 2012

View the second part of the COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3 Highlights video duo to dig deeper into the new features and enhancements that have been made in COMSOL.

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Fanny Littmarck | May 23, 2012

Watch this video for an introduction to the three modules that have been added to the COMSOL Multiphysics suite as part of the 4.3 release; the Nonlinear Structural Materials, Pipe Flow, and Corrosion Modules.

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Phil Kinnane | April 20, 2012

The manager of our Palo Alto Office, John Dunec, has been running some lunch tutorials that show the building of models. His latest one, which was presented last Tuesday, showed how flow in a building can be modeled.

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