All posts by Kristian Ejlebjærg Jensen
Stress Minimization: A Heuristic Approach for Improving Fatigue Behavior
2 models, a bracket and wheel rim, demonstrate a gradient-based optimization method that enables stress minimization to be used heuristically to improve fatigue behavior.
Performing Topology Optimization with Milling Constraints
Milling constraints for topology optimization are now available in the Optimization Module as of COMSOL® version 6.1. We share 2 examples of this new feature in action here.
Shape Optimization in Electromagnetics: Part 2
See 2 examples of how shape optimization can benefit the design of microwave and millimeter wave applications. Part 2 of a 2-part series.
Shape Optimization in Electromagnetics: Part 1
Learn how shape optimization can be used to improve the designs of wave optics applications. Part 1 of 2.
How to Use Maximum Likelihood for Parameter Estimation in COMSOL®
Here, we provide an overview of maximum likelihood parameter estimation and the least-squares method.
Why Do Road and Mountain Bikes Have Different Spoke Patterns?
Why do some bicycle rims come with warnings? Why do some bicyclists prefer rim brakes? To find answers, we model the forces in a bicycle rim for different brake types and spoke lacing patterns.
Designing District Heating Networks Using Topology Optimization
District heating networks help power plants reach high efficiencies by utilizing cogeneration, which is especially helpful in the winter. How does topology optimization fit in? Keep reading…
How Do Bicycle Pedals Stay On?
Ever wonder why the left pedal of a bike has left-handed threads and the right pedal has right-handed threads, yet the pedals stay on when riding?
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