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Predict the Performance of Rotating Cone Micropumps with Simulation

March 23, 2017

Researchers from Texas A&M University used multiphysics simulation to evaluate the fluid dynamics and performance of a rotating cone micropump, a key component in many types of process equipment.

Understand Phenomena in the Viscous Catenary Problem via Simulation

March 22, 2017

The viscous catenary problem is theoretically and experimentally significant in many industries due to the complex phenomena it entails. Simulation can help us understand this problem.

Simulating the Electrothermal Transients in Superconducting Magnets

March 9, 2017

In order to design superconducting magnets for a particle accelerator, such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, researchers need to simulate and optimize their electrothermal transients.

How to Analyze Thermoelectric Cooler Designs with a COMSOL App

March 8, 2017

A simulation application, such as one for a thermoelectric cooler design, can be used to test a variety of parameters in order to optimize a device for a specific use.

Analyzing Utility Boiler Designs by Simulating Radiative Heat Transfer

March 6, 2017

To study a utility boiler furnace, you need to account for the effects of radiation, which is difficult to solve for analytically and study experimentally. That’s where simulation comes in.

Analyzing Novel Roof Tile Designs with Multiphysics Simulation

February 23, 2017

To investigate a novel design for roof tiles that can keep buildings cool in hot climates, called Life HEROTILE Project, a research group from Italy turned to multiphysics simulation.

Which Porous Media and Subsurface Flow Interface Should I Use?

February 13, 2017

We go over a comprehensive selection of porous media and subsurface flow interfaces available to you in the COMSOL® software so that you can find the right choice for your modeling objective.

Preventing Bubble Entrapment in Microfluidic Devices Using Simulation

February 6, 2017

Microfluidic devices are no match for bubbles. In fact, if bubbles become trapped in a microfluidic device, it could malfunction. Veryst Engineering created a CFD model to study this process.

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