COMSOL constant abbreviations

Sohrab M Piezoelectric, energy harvesting, vibration analysis, vibration control, quartz, crystal resonators

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where can I find COMSOL abbreviations for constants and formulations? Is there a manual that lists them all in which I can search and find?


2 Replies Last Post Apr 7, 2021, 5:04 PM EDT
Magnus Ringh COMSOL Employee

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Posted: 2 weeks ago Apr 7, 2021, 2:41 AM EDT

Hi Sohrab,

Yes, from the File menu, choose Help>Documentation (or press Ctrl+F1) to get access to the entire COMSOL documenation set. Search for physical constants, for example, to find the information you need.

During postprocessing, in text fields for expressions, press Ctrl+space to open a window where you can choose from all relevant constants, functions, and variables and insert them in the expression to plot or evaluate (see the attached screenshot).

Best regards,

Magnus Ringh

Hi Sohrab, Yes, from the **File** menu, choose **Help>Documentation** (or press Ctrl+F1) to get access to the entire COMSOL documenation set. Search for `physical constants`, for example, to find the information you need. During postprocessing, in text fields for expressions, press Ctrl+space to open a window where you can choose from all relevant constants, functions, and variables and insert them in the expression to plot or evaluate (see the attached screenshot). Best regards, Magnus Ringh


Sohrab M Piezoelectric, energy harvesting, vibration analysis, vibration control, quartz, crystal resonators

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Posted: 2 weeks ago Apr 7, 2021, 5:04 PM EDT
Updated: 2 weeks ago Apr 7, 2021, 5:04 PM EDT

Hi Magnus,

Awesome! your help is much appreciated. This is what I was looking for.

The attachment also helped. I use that to find the equations. The ctrl+space takes me to the unit system window. (I am on windows)

Hi Magnus, Awesome! your help is much appreciated. This is what I was looking for. The attachment also helped. I use that to find the equations. The ctrl+space takes me to the unit system window. (I am on windows)

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