Blog Posts Tagged AC/DC Module
Modeling Dispersion in an Electric Currents Model
As of COMSOL Multiphysics® version 6.2, new electrical dispersion modeling capabilities are available. This functionality is especially important for modeling insulators and living tissues.
Using Different Physics Interfaces for RF Electromagnetic Heating Models
RF heating problems can be modeled with both the RF Module and the AC/DC Module. Learn more about their capabilities here.
Combining Volumetric Conductor Models and Lumped Elements
With the AC/DC Module, it is possible to connect a full-fidelity volumetric conductor model to a lumped circuit element model. Learn how here.
Losses in Three-Phase Transmission Lines
Explore how to model the losses in three copper wires in a linear and an equilateral arrangement.
Computing Transformer Equivalent Circuit Parameters
The magnetizing and leakage inductances of a transformer can be found using an open-circuit test and a short-circuit test, respectively. Learn how to simulate these tests here.
Extracting Electrical Circuits from Electromagnetics Simulations
A new method for generating electric circuits from solved physics is available in the AC/DC Module as of COMSOL® version 6.0. Get an introduction to this feature here.
Modeling Speaker Drivers: Which Coupling Feature to Use
Explore how to model 4 different speaker drivers, including moving-coil transducers, balanced armature receivers, piezoelectric drivers, and electrostatic drivers.
Computing and Using Partial Inductance with COMSOL®
COMSOL Multiphysics® version 6.0 brings new functionality for computing total and partial inductances and AC resistances. Get an overview here.
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