Results & Visualization Blog Posts
Introduction to Numerical Integration and Gauss Points
In this comprehensive blog post, we go over the theory behind numerical integration, Gaussian quadrature, Gauss points, weak contributions, and much more.
Using the Port Boundary Condition in Acoustic Waveguide Models
By combining several Port boundary conditions, you can easily compute the transmission and insertion loss in exhaust and muffler systems. See more benefits of this feature for acoustics modeling.
How to Create Custom Reports Using Report Templates
You can document and showcase your simulation setups and results with reports. To make this process more efficient, COMSOL Multiphysics® includes tools for creating easy-to-use report templates.
How to Export (and Share) Your 3D Result Plots as glTF™ Files
Wow your project stakeholders by sharing your 3D COMSOL Multiphysics® results as glTF™ files. We show you how to export plots and share them in third-party graphics viewers.
How to Create Animations Along the Azimuthal Direction for 3D Models
Here’s a useful postprocessing trick for presenting your 3D modeling results: combine slice plots along the azimuthal direction in order to generate a nontrivial animation.
A Simulation Color Table for Engineers with Color Vision Deficiency
Simulation results often use color to present data and emphasize certain takeaways, but what about engineers with color vision deficiency? Cividis is a color table designed specially for this.
How to Create Graphs with Two Y-Axes in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Did you know that you can add a second y-axis to a 1D plot to include two scales of values in your simulation results? This blog post details how and also includes a video demonstration.
How to Generate Randomized Inhomogeneous Material Data
Did you know there is a way to take randomized material data with specified statistical properties determined by a spectral density distribution and use it to generate and visualize results?
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