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Heat Transfer Modulex

Area Scaling Factor in Heat Transfer in Shells

This tutorial model demonstrates the use of the Area Scaling Factor (ASF) in the Heat Transfer in Shells interface, to account for the curvature of the layers when applying heat fluxes and heat sources. The results obtained with the Heat Transfer in Shells interface applied to a ... Read More

Gray Body

A gray body with a spherical cavity with various opening areas is simulated using the Heat Transfer, Surface-to-Surface Radiation interface. The emissivity for each case is computed and compared with the classical gray body theory. The COMSOL Multiphysics® result agrees very ... Read More

How to Improve the Performance of View Factor Computation for Surface-to-Surface Radiation

This model shows how to use the features of the Heat Transfer Module to reduce the computation time and memory usage in view factor computations. Illustrative results of speedup and memory usage reduction are given on a benchmark model. The solution is not computed, only the view ... Read More

Bioheat Transfer verification

In this model, we use the Bioheat Transfer interface to solve the Pennes bioheat transfer equation. The problem is in 1D and formulated to be dimensionless. The results are compared against analytical solutions derived in a journal paper (Ref. 1). A mesh convergence study shows that the ... Read More

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