Intro to Density-Gradient Theory for Semiconductor Device Simulation
The density-gradient theory is a computationally efficient way to include quantum confinement in the conventional drift-diffusion formulation commonly used for simulating semiconductor devices.
How the B-H Curve Affects a Magnetic Analysis (and How to Improve It)
Magnetic soft iron steels are widely used as core materials in motors, transformers, and inductors. The B-H curve is used to describe the magnetization properties of such materials.
Evaluating Stress and Thermal Expansion in a Portal Crane
As extreme heat waves increase in frequency, it is important to consider thermal expansion when designing bridges. With COMSOL Multiphysics®, you can.
Happy Birthday, Andrew Fielding Huxley
As a child, Andrew Fielding Huxley was given a lathe as a gift. This sparked an interest in science and invention that blossomed into a career in research and physiology.
Heat Transfer in Biological Tissue with Thermal Damage Analysis
Hepatic tumor ablation using radiofrequency heating, microwave coagulation therapy, and other cancer treatments can be studied by modeling the electromagnetic heating of biological tissues.
Simulating Radiation Effects in Semiconductor Devices
Analyzing radiation effects in semiconductor devices is an important capability for consumer electronics, medical imaging, nuclear engineering, aerospace, and a wide range of other industries.
Integration of Geological Structures into Regional-Scale Groundwater Models
To study the dynamics of hydraulic processes at different scales, geotechnical researchers need to be able to integrate complex geological structures into their hydrogeological models.
How to Use the Platonic Solids as Geometry Parts in COMSOL®
The Platonic solids, named after Plato, are regular, convex polyhedra that consist of the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron.
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