Phil Kinnane | March 19, 2012

While you may think that the prevalence of lightning strikes, would be a reason for not wanting wind turbines in your backyard, noise is apparently another reason. While this has become less of a problem in recent years, the noise is still there, and is always there whenever the wind blows.

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Phil Kinnane | March 16, 2012

Following up on my previous blog post about protecting wind turbines from lightning strikes, I got to thinking about other modeling aspects of wind turbines. Structural mechanics is of course important, and we have a couple of models that center on this.

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Phil Kinnane | March 15, 2012

Getting the most out of your multiphysics simulation sometimes calls for the interfacing of other tools. In those cases there are the LiveLinks™. With these add-on packages, you can connect COMSOL Multiphysics with one of several different interface products for the ultimate multiphysics modeling experience.

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Phil Kinnane | March 14, 2012

These last couple of months I’ve been working together with some of our users to get the next COMSOL News together. I’ve just finished working with a great application and I thought I’d give you a sneak preview of it.

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Fanny Littmarck | March 13, 2012

A vast number of multiphysics problems deal with heat transfer; nearly every manufacturing process and product design needs to consider thermal effects.

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Fanny Littmarck | March 12, 2012

Whether you have little or no previous experience with COMSOL Multiphysics or are using the software but looking to gain expertise in a specific application area, one of our multiphysics training courses can be of great help.

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Phil Kinnane | March 9, 2012

I’ve been blogging quite a bit about RF models the last few weeks. This is because, lately, we have been producing quite a number of them. A press release that was published yesterday summarizes this work: “Tutorial Package Has 20 New Models for Antenna Design, Plasmonics, and Benchmarking Electromagnetics Simulations”.

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Phil Kinnane | March 8, 2012

Many devices live with a dry, technical name that either basically says what the device does, or is an acronym of that dry, technical name. Very few get a nickname that sticks to become the industry standard.

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Fanny Littmarck | March 7, 2012

According to my colleague Lauren Sansone, we have scheduled over 70 workshops in North America alone this month.

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Fanny Littmarck | March 6, 2012

For all of our French-speaking multiphysics enthusiasts we are having a live webinar in French on March 27th at 11am CEST (5am EST, 9am GMT).

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Phil Kinnane | March 5, 2012

Someone who saw my RFID model blog post from a few days back pointed me towards a site that talks just about RFIDs. On it, I discovered a lot of articles about using RFID in the biomedical industry. This was an application that I had never thought of before. I’d always associated RFIDs with security, tracking packages and the like.

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