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Is "Conductive Shell " in the "Electric Currents in Layered Shells (ecis)" a new physics that is included in the latest versions (after COMSOL 5.4)?

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I am using COMSOL 5.4 and I was referring a tutorial (https://www.comsol.com/model/heating-circuit-465) made using latest version (after COMSOL 5.4). On the PDF (models.heat.heating_circuit.pdf - 1.53MB) page 14, there is a section "Conductive Shell I". I couldn't really find it the " Electric Currents in Layered Shells (ecis) physics "

My question is: is the "Conductive Shell " a new physics that is included in the latest versions? if that is the case, are there other physics that have the same role as "Conductive Shells"?

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