Introducing COMSOL Multiphysics® Version 5.4

Oct 18, 20182:00 PM - 2:45 PM EDT

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In this webinar, you will get an introduction to the latest version of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software. Version 5.4 makes available COMSOL Compiler™ for simulation specialists to compile their numerical modeling apps into executable files that can be distributed to anyone, without license file restrictions. The latest update of COMSOL Multiphysics® features new modeling tools, important performance improvements, and a new Composite Materials Module.

The webinar will include a live demo of COMSOL Compiler™ and conclude with a Q&A session.

Version 5.4 Release Highlights:

  • New: COMSOL Compiler™
  • New: Composite Materials Module
  • More than one Parameter node in the Model Builder
  • Ability to group Model Builder nodes into folders
  • Ability to assign colors to models based on selections
  • Faster solution time in the Windows® operating system
  • Fully parametric and ready-to-use parts for coils and magnetic cores
  • Heat transfer, electric currents, and Joule heating in thin-layered structures
  • Shock response spectrum analysis
  • Material activation for additive manufacturing
  • Acoustic ports
  • Large eddy simulation (LES)
  • Fluid-structure interaction (FSI) for multibody dynamics and multiphase flow
  • Heat radiation with diffuse-specular reflections and semitransparent surfaces
  • Light-diffusion equation

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Webinar Details

Date and Time

Oct 18, 2018 | 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-04:00)

Speaker

Bjorn Sjodin
COMSOL, Inc. Bjorn Sjodin is the VP of product management at COMSOL. He has been with COMSOL since 1995 and started out as a member of the development team in Stockholm, Sweden. He joined the COMSOL office in Burlington in 2002.