Simulate real-world designs, devices, and processes with multiphysics software from COMSOL.
General-purpose simulation software based on advanced numerical methods.
Fully coupled multiphysics and single-physics modeling capabilities.
Complete modeling workflow, from geometry to postprocessing.
User-friendly tools for building and deploying simulation apps.
 
Understand, Predict, Innovate, Optimize

About the COMSOL Product Suite

The COMSOL Multiphysics® software brings a user interface and experience that is always the same, regardless of engineering application and physics phenomena.

Add-on modules provide specialized functionality for electromagnetics, structural mechanics, acoustics, fluid flow, heat transfer, and chemical engineering. Choose from a list of LiveLink™ products to interface directly with CAD and other third-party software. Deploy simulation applications with COMSOL Compiler™ and COMSOL Server™.

COMSOL Multiphysics®

Create physics-based models and simulation applications with this software platform. The Model Builder enables you to combine multiple physics in any order for simulations of real-world phenomena. The Application Builder gives you the tools to build your own simulation apps. The Model Manager is a simulation data management tool.

SIMULATION APP DEPLOYMENT
COMSOL Compiler™

Compile apps into standalone executable files that can be run by anyone, anywhere.

SIMULATION APP DEPLOYMENT
COMSOL Server™

Manage and distribute your organization's apps and run them via web browser or thin client.

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Get to Know COMSOL

 
At COMSOL, we develop mathematical modeling software that drives new breakthroughs in physics and engineering — and we love what we do.

Our mission is to provide easy-to-use software solutions to engineering problems and to help our users get the most out of our products. We envision sustaining and reinforcing our position as a leading provider and developer of mathematical modeling software. We also aim to make our technology the primary tool for engineers, researchers, and lecturers within the fields of education and high-tech product development.

Quick Facts

  • Founded in 1986
  • 17 offices and a distributor network throughout the world
  • 450+ employees globally
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