Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein, Nobel prize winner and “Person of the Century”, is known for developing the special and general theories of relativity and the law of the photoelectric effect.
Modeling Phase Change in a Thermosiphon
A guest blogger from Noumenon Multiphysics writes about modeling phase change in a thermosiphon, a device that has been keeping houses warm since the 1800s.
How to Run on Clusters from the COMSOL Desktop® Environment
You can run large simulations remotely on HPC hardware directly from the COMSOL Desktop® graphical environment. Learn how in this tutorial blog post.
Top 4 Reasons to Attend the COMSOL Conference
Thinking of attending the COMSOL Conference this year? There are many reasons why you should, but here, we outline 4 of them in particular…
Advancing Additive Manufacturing with Sequential Simulations
In some ways, additive manufacturing is like sewing or weaving. We talk to a professor of additive manufacturing about how sequential simulations can be used to analyze and optimize the process.
Happy Birthday, Joseph von Fraunhofer
Joseph von Fraunhofer is known for developing the spectroscope and discovering a set of spectral lines that are now known as Fraunhofer lines.
Analyzing Triaxial Testing Methods for Geomechanics
Triaxial testing of soil is important when determining the structural stability of a tunnel, dam, or building. Geomechanics simulation can help ensure that triaxial testing methods are up to par.
Happy Birthday, Frances Spence
Frances Spence worked on the first digital computer, Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC), during WWII. Learn more about her dedication to computer programming and STEM.
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