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Model Translational Motion with the Deformed Mesh Interfaces

September 4, 2015

2 interfaces for manually defining the deformation of finite element mesh: Deformed Geometry and Moving Mesh. Learn when and how to use each in this blog post…

Improving Your Meshing with Swept Meshes

September 2, 2015

Get a demonstration of using swept meshing to generate efficient and accurate finite element meshes for some common modeling cases, such as calculating the fluid flow through a network of pipes.

Guide to Frequency Domain Wave Electromagnetics Modeling

June 30, 2015

Read this blog post for your introduction to the various types of problems that you can solve in the RF and Wave Optics modules with COMSOL Multiphysics®.

Improving Your Meshing with Partitioning

March 27, 2015

It can be tedious to subdivide your CAD geometry into a finite element mesh. In this blog post, we demonstrate how to use a manual meshing method called geometric partitioning to do so.

Using Perfectly Matched Layers and Scattering Boundary Conditions for Wave Electromagnetics Problems

January 28, 2015

Learn how to use scattering boundary conditions and perfectly matched layers to truncate domains for your wave electromagnetics problem — and which technique is best for your modeling scenario.

Fillet Away Your Electromagnetic Field Singularities

December 18, 2014

Did you know that you can use fillets and chamfers in your electromagnetics models to avoid electromagnetic field singularities? Learn how in this tutorial blog post.

Automatic Meshing for Electromagnetic Simulations

December 9, 2014

Ever struggle to mesh the infinite elements or perfectly matched layers in your electromagnetics simulations? Automatic meshing can help >>

Using Virtual Operations to Simplify Your Geometry

November 28, 2014

CAD geometry: A set of data structures that provide a very precise method for describing the shapes of parts (called boundary representation, or B-rep).