Date & Location
May 8, 2014
13:00 - 16:00
Congrescentrum Het Pand
Workshop is free of charge
Transport phenomena are extensively used in a range of engineering disciplines. Although the most typical examples of a transport analysis are found in the fields of process, chemical, and mechanical engineering, transport phenomena are a key component in all disciplines involved in any way with mass transfer, heat transfer and fluid mechanics.
- Non-isothermal flow, conjugent heat transfer
- Sedimentation, emulsions, suspensions
- Fluidized beds and sprays
- Cyclones, filters
- Electronic cooling
- Gas bubble flow
- Heat exchange
Intro to COMSOL Multiphysics
with Live Demos
The first half of the workshop provides an overview of the CFD Module and the Chemical Reaction Engineering Module. In particular, we will focus on how these modules can be used to model fluid flow, heat and mass transfer problems, including chemical reactions. We will show a gallery of example models as well as set up and solve a few illustrative problems.
The second half is a hands-on tutorial in COMSOL Multiphysics Version 4.4. During this session you will get a chance to work through one or more tutorial problems related to transport phenomena. These tutorial problems are designed to make participants quickly proficient in COMSOL Mutliphysics Version 4.4, enabling you to model your own problems with the included two week trial.
Come and experience the power and efficiency of COMSOL Multiphysics!
This workshop provides an introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics. It is intended for new as well as existing COMSOL software users who would like to get acquainted with modeling mass and energy transport problems.
For registration, fill in the form below. Seats are limited.
Admission is on a first come, first serve basis.
You can also register or request more information by email
email@example.com, or call +31 (0)79 363 4230.
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, we will try to pair you up with another attendee. Please visit System Requirements
to see the minimum configuration COMSOL requires for installation.
We will also offer an Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics Workshop
on the morning of May 8. You may view details and register by clicking here