Exploiting Periodicity in Models with High Péclet Numbers
In the study of chemical species transport, a high Péclet number means the ratio of advection to diffusion is very high. Learn how to exploit periodicity when modeling this type of problem.
COMSOL Conference 2015 Pune Award Winners
The COMSOL Conference 2015 Pune featured more than 100 user presentations. Get a quick overview of each of the award-winning papers and posters here.
New Release: COMSOL Multiphysics® Version 5.2
It’s here! COMSOL Multiphysics® version 5.2 brings a number of upgrades to the Application Builder, COMSOL Server™, and other products in the COMSOL® software suite.
Analyzing Forced Duffing Oscillations in Metal-Halide Lamps
2 independent researchers share insight into how they are optimizing the performance of metal-halide lamps using multiphysics simulation. Read the full story here >>
COMSOL Conference 2015 Grenoble Award Winners
The COMSOL Conference 2015 Grenoble featured more than 230 presentations. Best Paper and Best Poster awards were given to 5 participants, with an additional award chosen by conference attendees.
Studying a Dielectric Probe Used for Skin Cancer Diagnosis
Noninvasive tools like dielectric probes are a promising method for diagnosing skin cancer as early as possible. Learn about how simulation can be used to analyze their functionality and safety.
Simulating Acoustic Transfer Paths for Active Noise Control
A guest blogger from the FH Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences discusses simulating acoustic transfer paths with COMSOL Multiphysics® to mitigate noise in machinery designs.
Simulating the Art of Swing Bowling in Cricket
The swing bowling move in cricket is as much an art form as it is an athletic feat. Researchers at the COMSOL Conference 2015 Boston simulated the fluid mechanics of conventional swing bowling.
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