Predict the Performance of Rotating Cone Micropumps with Simulation
Researchers from Texas A&M University used multiphysics simulation to evaluate the fluid dynamics and performance of a rotating cone micropump, a key component in many types of process equipment.
Understand Phenomena in the Viscous Catenary Problem via Simulation
The viscous catenary problem is theoretically and experimentally significant in many industries due to the complex phenomena it entails. Simulation can help us understand this problem.
Assessing a Radome Design’s Ability to Improve Antenna Directivity
Bad weather and harsh environmental conditions can negatively effect antenna directivity, and in turn, wireless communication. Using simulation, you can design radomes that improve this quality.
Analyzing Hearing Aid Receivers with Lumped-Parameter Modeling
Modeling complete hearing aid systems is extremely computationally expensive. Enter lumped-parameter modeling, which enables you to couple a system component to a test setup for validation.
Building COMSOL Multiphysics® Models with Excel® and Visual Basic®
Say you want to base your model on data kept in the Excel® spreadsheet software. Using LiveLink™ for Excel®, you can interface between the spreadsheet and the COMSOL Multiphysics® software.
Model Electrodes with Nonideal Connectivity in Corrosion Analyses
Learn the appropriate boundary conditions for performing a corrosion analysis in which an electrode is connected to an external short circuit.
Designing CSRR-Based Sensors to Monitor Chronic Kidney Disease
Chronic kidney disease can be effectively diagnosed, prevented, and treated through the use of noninvasive CSRR-based sensors. Researchers optimized the design of these sensors with simulation.
Analyzing Reverse Electrodialysis Units with Multiphysics Modeling
Pass the salt…for a clean energy solution. Salinity gradient power relies on osmosis between fresh- and saltwater to generate power, and simulation can help analyze and optimize such systems.
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