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Blog Posts Tagged CFD Module

Modeling Aeroacoustics with the Linearized Navier-Stokes Equations

July 25, 2017

Get a comprehensive introduction to aeroacoustics modeling, as well as the linearized Navier–Stokes equations and how to implement them in COMSOL Multiphysics®.

Investigating the Behavior of an Ancient Organism with CFD Simulation

July 24, 2017

Researchers used CFD simulation to study the behavior of an ancient organism called the Parvancorina in order to learn more about the ecosystem of the Ediacaran period, 635–541 million years ago.

Which Turbulence Model Should I Choose for My CFD Application?

July 6, 2017

Modeling turbulence in the COMSOL® software? Find out which turbulence model you should use, depending on your CFD modeling scenario.

Analyzing Laser Beam-Matter Interaction in Selective Laser Melting

July 4, 2017

Selective laser melting is a common and important process in many types of manufacturing. You can model the interaction between the laser beam and matter for a closer look at this process.

Why Should I Use Automatic Wall Treatment for My CFD Modeling?

June 26, 2017

The automatic wall treatment functionality enables you to use low Reynolds number models for a wider range of CFD problems, but there are some factors to consider before implementing the feature.

Improving Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine Efficiency with CFD Simulation

June 19, 2017

Vertical-axis wind turbines are easier to install and maintain than horizontal-axis devices, but they also have low peak efficiencies and struggle with starting torque. Enter CFD simulation.

Optimizing Microwave Furnaces for Solar-Grade Silicon Production

June 8, 2017

For silicon to be considered “solar grade”, it has to be 99.9999% pure. Therefore, microwave furnaces used to produce solar-grade silicon need to be optimized for quality and efficient output.

Benchmark Model Shows Reliable Results for Inertial Focusing Analysis

May 24, 2017

Inertial focusing involves the migration of particles through a channel. This benchmark model analyzes particle behavior in an inertial focusing process with validated, reliable results.