Optimizing ISFET Designs with Multiphysics Simulation
Ion-sensitive field-effect transistors (ISFETs) measure pH levels for soil analysis, the production of dairy products, and more. Multiphysics simulation can help us optimize these devices.
How to Provide Structural Stability in Thermal Expansion Simulations
Say you want to compute thermal expansion and stresses in an object, but you don’t know what constraints you need. That’s where the Rigid Motion Suppression feature comes in.
Analyzing Fine Chemical Production in Plate Reactors
Batch reactors, continuous reactors, plate reactors, oh my. Here, we discuss analyzing the fine chemical production process in a plate reactor using chemical modeling.
The Nonparaxial Gaussian Beam Formula for Simulating Wave Optics
Here’s your introduction to the nonparaxial gaussian beam formula, which is used for simulating wave optics problems in COMSOL Multiphysics®.
Analyzing a Centrifugal Pump Design with Frozen Rotor Approximation
Mechanical engineers can analyze the design of centrifugal pumps using the Frozen Rotor Approximation, which is available in the Mixer Module, an add-on to the CFD Module.
Modeling Copper Electrodeposition on a Circuit Board
Copper electrodeposition is used to manufacture PCBs. Here, we discuss modeling the electrodeposition of copper in the trench of a PCB.
Modeling a MOS Capacitor with the Semiconductor Module
MOS capacitors (MOSCAPs) contain 3 main parts: a semiconductor body or substrate, an insulator film, and a metal electrode (or gate). You can use the Semiconductor Module to model MOSCAP designs.
Happy Birthday, Blaise Pascal
Blaise Pascal was a mathematician who wanted to make mathematical calculations easier. His work in projective geometry led to what is now known as Pascal’s theorem.
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