You may want to check out the following blogs that also talk about the subject:

http://www.comsol.com/blogs/solving-algebraic-field-equations/

http://www.comsol.com/blogs/equation-based-modeling-a-custom-model-of-a-beating-heart/

http://www.comsol.com/blogs/understanding-traffic-congestion-via-equation-based-modeling/

http://www.comsol.com/blogs/modeling-viscous-fingering-equation-based-modeling/

Failing that, I suggest that you make an attempt and, if this doesn’t solve, then send your attempt to the Support team (support@comsol.com) to see whether they can help you.

Best regards,

Phil

]]>I have a question regarding to create my own PDE in COMSOL, I know that I have to use one of three templates available in COMSOL but still I don’t know how to transfer my high nonlinear equation into one of the equation templates.

Could anyone please help

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mimi

]]>Yes, of course you do need to know the boundary conditions, but once you figure that out, you certainly can solve two coupled Poisson equations in COMSOL. ]]>

As a matter of fact, I have two Poisson equations with two different source term ( D^2 =f1 and D^2=f2 , D^2 is Laplacian) in 2D and , I do not know what is the boundary condition. Would it possible to use the equation based modeling in Comsol to solve this kind of equations?

Best Regards

]]>I would like to replace the fluid and include the AIR but also consider the effects of thermal radiation in the annular space, How to do this?

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