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Blog Posts Tagged Structural Mechanics Module

Introducing the Composite Materials Module

December 6, 2018

Get to know the Composite Materials Module, an add-on to the COMSOL Multiphysics® software that includes specialized functionality for modeling layered composite structures and materials.

Analyzing Wind Turbine Blades with the Composite Materials Module

November 14, 2018

Take a look at the dedicated functionality for analyzing thin, layered structures in the Composite Materials Module with this example: a wind turbine blade made of composite materials.

How to Activate Material in Simulations of Manufacturing Processes

November 7, 2018

Do you model manufacturing processes such as welding or additive manufacturing? You can activate or deactivate a material in a material deposition simulation using specialized functionality.

How to Perform a STOP Analysis with COMSOL Multiphysics®

November 5, 2018

Interested in structural-thermal-optical performance (STOP) analysis? We go over the theory, background, and how to perform such an analysis in the Ray Optics Module.

Studying Presbyopia with an Optomechanical Model of the Human Eye

October 24, 2018

You have to see this multiphysics simulation research: To help combat the effects of presbyopia in aging eyes, Kejako built a 3D optomechanical model of a full human eye.

How to Model the Compression of a Hyperelastic Foam

September 5, 2018

When characterizing hyperelastic materials, how do you ensure accuracy? Here, we show how to model the compression of a sphere made of an elastic foam using experimental data.

Examining Vibration in a Lumped Model of the Human Body

August 21, 2018

Engineers working to reduce the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) in transportation methods can analyze their systems and designs using a lumped model of the human body.

How Do Chladni Plates Make It Possible to Visualize Sound?

August 17, 2018

Is it possible to see sound? Find out for yourself in this blog post on the acoustics behind Chladni plates.


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