Date & Location
July 2, 2013
09:45am - 10:00am Registration and Software Installation
10:00am - 11:00am Intro and Live Demonstration
11:00am - 12:30pm Hands-on Session
Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Workshop
Of all physics, heat transfer and fluid flow are perhaps the most critical in the analysis of many engineering and scientific systems. How hot something gets is of central importance, and it can depend strongly on how the natural or forced convection in the surrounding air (or other fluid) interacts with solid objects. Furthermore, finding the velocity profile of the fluid around the object is often a major concern.
By attending this free workshop you will have the opportunity to see how this class of coupled heat transfer/fluid flow problems can be solved in COMSOL Multiphysics, as a model is built step-by-step and then solved in a live demonstration.
Note: COMSOL has launched new products with COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3b. Come to the workshop to find out more about:
- Multibody Dynamics Module
- Wave Optics Module
- Semiconductor Module
- Molecular Flow Module
- Electrochemistry Module
For more information about COMSOL products please click here
The second half of the seminar is a hands-on tutorial in COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3b. It is directed at anyone who would like experience with the COMSOL Desktop. Participants will set up and solve a simple multiphysics problem designed to make them quickly proficient in COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3b - enabling the participants to use the included 2-week free trial on their own models.
Come and experience the power and efficiency of COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.3b!
Who Should Attend
Anyone involved in research, product design and development from
concept level to production, from both industry or academia, can benefit
from the event.
If you are interested in support please contact our support team directly at
Dr Robbie Balcombe
Robbie Balcombe graduated from Strathclyde University in 2007 with an MEng in Aero-Mechanical Engineering, and then carried out PhD research in the area of numerical modelling of rolling contact fatigue at Imperial College London in collaboration with SKF.
Sign-up Here - Laptop required
To register please complete the form below. Seats are limited and
admission is on a first come, first served basis.
You can also register or request more
information by email to
, or by calling 01223 451 580.
To participate in the hands-on session attendees will need to bring their own laptop; we will provide a 14 days free trial
. If you do not have a laptop, please let us know; we will try to pair you up with another attendee. Please visit System Requirements
to see the minimum configuration COMSOL requires for installation.