COMSOL Day: Environmental Engineering
See what is possible with multiphysics simulation
Environmental engineering is a fast-growing field with increasingly ambitious goals toward sustainability. High-fidelity mathematical modeling and easy-to-use simulation apps are essential to tackle the challenges that we face.
COMSOL Day: Environmental Engineering will bring invited expert speakers to share their innovations and experiences using COMSOL Multiphysics®. Furthermore, COMSOL technical staff will host sessions to teach you how to use modeling and simulation apps to reach your goals as an environmental engineer. Topics covered will include geophysics, geothermal heating, shallow water applications, nuclear storage, subsurface flows, and more.
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To start, we will briefly discuss the format of the day and go over the logistics for using GoToWebinar.
Environmental engineers and scientists have to meet progressively higher demands to ensure our planet's sustainability. Real-world problems, like finding sustainable energy solutions, require high-fidelity simulation that includes a multiphysics approach. During this session, we will discuss the latest trends in modeling various aspects of environmental engineering. You will also learn how simulation practitioners are making their high-fidelity models available as easy-to-use applications for colleagues and customers.
Geothermal energy is a practically infinite resource, and the effective use of geothermal energy continues to accelerate worldwide. Simulation models help to estimate the potential of existing reservoirs and improve extraction technologies for the most efficient use of this sustainable form of energy production. This usually involves dealing with large variations in the scales of the model geometries and in the time scales on which the processes occur. In addition, material properties may need to be included to capture real-world phenomena. In this session, you will get an overview of the modeling techniques and features provided in COMSOL Multiphysics® for modeling shallow and deep geothermal processes and systems.
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