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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User-Defined License Agreement in an Application

This example of a simulation application shows how to add a user-defined license agreement, which you can use to protect applications that you publish and distribute. Read More

SmartUQ Engineering Analytics Light-Weighting Application with COMSOL FEA Bracket Example

For decades, light-weighting has been a major area of research and concern in the automotive and aerospace industries. Industry leaders are adopting new software tools and investing ever greater engineering resources in adapting and optimizing their designs to be as lightweight and ... Read More

Ceramic Water Filter with Activated Carbon Core new

This example illustrates how to model the transport of different contaminants through a ceramic water filter candle with an activated carbon core. These types of water filters can be found in table top gravity filters, as well as attached to the faucet or as part of a larger reverse ... Read More

Mechanical Modeling of Bentonite Clay new

The Extended Barcelona Basic Model (BBMx) is used for oedometer, uniaxial swelling, and triaxial tests of bentonite clays in order to recover the hydro-mechanical characteristics of the samples. The results match qualitatively well when compared to the benchmarks that validate the ... Read More

Diesel Particulate Filter Analysis Using an Acoustic Transfer Matrix

Diesel particulate filters (DPFs) are designed to remove and filter soot (diesel particles) from the exhaust of diesel engine vehicles. The filters in such systems are typically structured with long, air-filled channels surrounded by a porous medium that retains the soot. Although the ... Read More

Analyzing Porous Structures on the Microscopic Scale new

Modeling flow through realistic porous structures is difficult due to the complexity of the structure itself. Resolving the flow field in detail is not feasible in real-life applications. Therefore, macroscopic approaches are used, which utilize averaged quantities of the porous ... Read More

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