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Results & Visualization Blog Posts

Maximum Evaluations on Parallel Sections

December 24, 2014

Postprocessing trick: You can evaluate and plot the maximum, minimum, average, or integration value of any variable at various parallel sections along the axial coordinate of your model.

Making Waves with Contour and Isosurface Plots

December 1, 2014

In this installment of our blog series on postprocessing your simulation results, learn how to use contour and isosurface plots to show quantities on a series of lines or surfaces.

Using Slice Plots to Show Results on Cross-Sectional Surfaces

October 29, 2014

In this installment of our blog series on postprocessing your simulation results, we demonstrate slice plots, an easy way to visualize physics behavior on many different parts of your model.

How to Get the Most out of Arrow Plots in COMSOL Multiphysics

September 30, 2014

What are arrow plots and why are they useful? We answer these questions and demonstrate how to use this feature in this installment of our postprocessing series.

Surface, Volume, and Line Plots: Visualizing Results on a Heat Sink

September 1, 2014

3 of the most common plot types used in postprocessing: surface, volume, and line plots. Learn how to use these plot types for your simulation results and when to use each option.

Combining Parallel Slices to Create an Animation

August 26, 2014

Want to animate how your 3D steady-state model’s solution is changing along a certain direction? You can do so by combining parallel slices. We demonstrate the 3-step process…

Solution Joining for Parametric, Eigenfrequency, and Time-Dependent Problems

July 28, 2014

In a follow-up to a previous blog post, we demonstrate how to use the Join feature in the context of 4 types of problems: parametric, eigenfrequency, frequency domain, and time dependent.

How to Join Solutions in COMSOL Multiphysics

July 1, 2014

In certain modeling scenarios, you will need access to more than one dataset. Read this blog post to see how to do so in COMSOL Multiphysics® by joining solutions.