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4 Replies Last Post Feb 12, 2013, 2:01 AM EST
Yevgeniy Davletshin
Posted: 8 years ago Oct 5, 2009, 10:55 PM EDT
Hello,

As it was pointed out earlier - forum will be more useful if it will be divided into subcategories (by modules).
Hello, As it was pointed out earlier - forum will be more useful if it will be divided into subcategories (by modules).

Posted: 8 years ago Oct 6, 2009, 1:19 AM EDT
Hi

Indeed hat is one way, but I notice that most questions cover several modules, that's also what multi-physics is all about.

I agree that some sorting means is interesting, having the "users" to introduce the module and version as I propose with a [module-abbreviation V3.5a] in the subject line could help, but teaching "users" to follow rules is not an easy task.

Perhaps COMSOL should propose a few drop-down keywords on their forms ?

Hi Indeed hat is one way, but I notice that most questions cover several modules, that's also what multi-physics is all about. I agree that some sorting means is interesting, having the "users" to introduce the module and version as I propose with a [module-abbreviation V3.5a] in the subject line could help, but teaching "users" to follow rules is not an easy task. Perhaps COMSOL should propose a few drop-down keywords on their forms ?

Posted: 6 years ago Aug 19, 2011, 12:44 PM EDT
Hi Yevgeniy,
Have you tried the topic tags? These tags help categorize the Community Forum content.

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Hi Yevgeniy, Have you tried the topic tags? These tags help categorize the Community Forum content. -- COMSOL - Web Program Manager http://www.linkedin.com/in/briankenyon

Amey Revandkar
Posted: 5 years ago Feb 12, 2013, 2:01 AM EST
Hello everyone,
I'm working on modal analysis of a simple cantilever beam for my project on MEMS.
Can anyone help me out in knowing how exactly we can do modal analysis of the beam with simulation of ectrostatic actuation voltage?
moreover can anyone explain me how stress analysis of the beam can be done?
Regards!!
Hello everyone, I'm working on modal analysis of a simple cantilever beam for my project on MEMS. Can anyone help me out in knowing how exactly we can do modal analysis of the beam with simulation of ectrostatic actuation voltage? moreover can anyone explain me how stress analysis of the beam can be done? Regards!!

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