General Blog Posts
Multiphysics Modeling and Standalone Simulation Apps Drive Innovation
See why your organization should consider making the latest version of COMSOL Multiphysics® part of your R&D workflow.
How Well Do Mosquito Traps Work? Observing Their Effectiveness with Particle Tracing
Are you a mosquito magnet? For fun, let’s explore whether mosquitoes prefer mosquito traps or human skin with equation-based modeling.
Building a Metalens Design App with COMSOL Multiphysics®
Here, we explore how to build a simulation app for reflective metalens design, which can easily be compiled into a standalone app.
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.
The Power of the Batch Sweep
Have you ever run a large parametric sweep on your workstation overnight, only to discover the next morning that the parametric solver is still not finished? Enter the batch sweep.
Generating a Simulation Mesh of a Femur From 3D Data
You can create a simulation mesh from 3D data in COMSOL Multiphysics®. This capability comes in handy when modeling irregular shapes.
Solving the Superconductor Teaching Challenge with Apps
Superconductors can be a challenging subject to teach. Explore how a professor is addressing this problem with an open-access web server that contains simulation apps.
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.
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