Magnus Olsson | September 16, 2011

Alla har vi väl velat bli osynliga vid ett eller annat tillfälle. Som Dagens Nyheter och Ny Teknik nyligen rapporterade om har vi på COMSOL dragit vårt strå till stacken. Forskare använder COMSOL Multiphysics för att simulera och designa avancerade metamaterial. Redan idag finns det högeffektiva antenner och i framtiden går det kanske att skapa akustiska mantlar, båtskrov med lägre vattenmotstånd eller osynlighetsmantlar. Det lär nog dröja ett tag innan en hel människa försvinner in i mörkret bakom en osynlighetsmantel […]

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Phil Kinnane | September 8, 2011

To read the full article visit the article “The inside track on simulation software” webpage.

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Phil Kinnane | September 8, 2011

To read the full article visit the article “The inside track on simulation software” webpage.

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Phil Kinnane | July 12, 2011

The LiveLink™ for SpaceClaim® interface allows you to transfer a 3D geometry CAD model from SpaceClaim® to COMSOL Multiphysics. Updates to the model will synchronize seemlessly between SpaceClaim® and COMSOL Multiphysics. This brings you the fusion of direct modeling with multiphysics simulation in a tightly integrated environment, enabling optimal designs and collaboration across CAD and CAE teams. Learn more about COMSOL LiveLink™ for SpaceClaim®.

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Phil Kinnane | June 15, 2011

COMSOL Multiphysics v4.2 Release Highlights This video shows the new features that are in COMSOL Multiphysics version 4.2

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Phil Kinnane | April 13, 2011

Almost every manufacturing process and product design must consider the effect of thermal fluctuations. COMSOL Multiphysics Heat Transfer Module provides a combination of simulation capabilities to model heat transfer via conduction, convection, and radiation, as well as the ability to couple these to other physics. Design engineers face a number of these problems when enhancing and developing new products.

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Phil Kinnane | March 30, 2011

COMSOL can be used to model a wide range of Piezoelectric devices including transducers, actuators, sensors and more. Properties for 23 different piezoelectric materials are built into COMSOL and you can easily extend this material library. The user interface allows eigenfrequency, frequency domain, stationary and time dependent analysis which can be easily coupled to other linear and non-linear materials. It can also be coupled to fluids for modeling Piezo-Fluid interactions and Piezo-Acoustic interactions.

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Phil Kinnane | March 24, 2011

COMSOL provides everything needed to define and build meshes and FEA/CFD style problems, but also something more fundamental. COMSOL also allows problems to be defined from fundamental physics. Al Dean reviews version 4 in this Develop3D Article. Read the Full Article on Develop3D.com

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Phil Kinnane | March 23, 2011

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Phil Kinnane | March 15, 2011

The latest issue of Building Simulation, Volume 4, Number 1 / March 2011 , reports on how multiphysics modeling and simulation is being applied to develop and design buildings. Titled “Special issue: Multiphysics Modeling and Its Application in Buildings” this journal features seven papers spanning a variety of application areas. In each paper COMSOL Multiphysics is being used to model the complex processes encountered in building simulation. The Journal is available online and is published by Tsinghua University Press, co-published […]

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Phil Kinnane | March 7, 2011

COMSOL Multiphysics offers direct access to mathematical models utilized in its interfaces and allows users to customize their own theoretical model within COMSOL with unparalleled ease. Here are three video tutorials on how users can add their own Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) within the COMSOL Multiphysics interface.

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