The Application Gallery features COMSOL Multiphysics® tutorial and demo app files pertinent to the electrical, structural, acoustics, fluid, heat, and chemical disciplines. You can use these examples as a starting point for your own simulation work by downloading the tutorial model or demo app file and its accompanying instructions.

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Electrodeposition Modulex

Electrodeposition on a Resistive Patterned Wafer

This example models time-dependent copper deposition on a resistive wafer in a cupplater reactor. As the deposited layer builds up, the resistive losses of the deposited layer decreases. The benefit of using a current thief for a more uniform deposit is demonstrated. Read More

Electrocoating of a Car Door

This example models electrocoating of paint onto a car door in a time-dependent simulation. The deposited paint is highly resistive which results in lowered local deposition rates for coated areas. A primary current distribution in combination with a film resistance model is used to ... Read More

Electrochromic Device

Electrochromic devices (ECDs) may be employed in ”smart” windows, for instance in buildings or motor cycle visors, where the transparency of the device can be controlled by applying a voltage. ECDs make use of the fact that the absorbance of visual light for a chemical species in a ... Read More

Biosensor Designer for Use with COMSOL Client for Android™

COMSOL Client for Android™ is an app available in the Google Play™ store for users of COMSOL Server™. It includes features and functionality designed specifically for use with tablets and other mobile devices. The Biosensor Designer comes in two different layouts: ... Read More

Potential Profile in Batteries and Electrochemical Cells

The purpose of this model is to visualize the electric potential in an electrochemical cell, for example a battery. This is done at OCV and during operation. In a battery, this would correspond to OCV, discharge, and recharge. The potential profile is explained both for cells with planar ... Read More

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