See How Multiphysics Simulation Is Used in Research and Development

Engineers, researchers, and scientists across industries use multiphysics simulation to research and develop innovative product designs and processes. Find inspiration in technical papers and presentations they have presented at the COMSOL Conference. Browse the selection below or use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area.
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Comparison of Flow Patterns of Different Stents Within a Simulated Disease Model

Ang Zhi Ting [1],
[1] National University of Singapore, Singapore

With increasing awareness of coronary diseases, much research has been put into the effectiveness and benefits a coronary stent can bring to a patient with a diseased coronary artery. However, current research does not fully address the effects of restenosis on the vessel, given that it ... Read More

A Microfluidic System for Capturing Malaria-Infected Blood-Cells Using an Array of Nickel Structures

Pachara Noosawad [1],
[1] Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Treatment and prevention of malaria, a disease having an anopheles mosquito as a carrier, have become a severe medical issue to many countries in a tropical zone. It was reported that there have been patients about 300-500 millions all over the world[1]. Many countries in South East Asia ... Read More

Thermal Analysis of a Latent Heat Storage Based Battery Thermal Cooling Wrap

Chiew Hay King Joel [1],
[1] Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

The most common cause of lithium ion battery failure is high temperature. Improper thermal management strategies can contribute to the temperature related premature battery failure. Excessive heat significantly impacts the performance, safety and cycle lifetime of the lithium ion ... Read More

Modelling and Loss Analysis of Meso-Structured Perovskite Solar Cells

Xue Hansong [1],
[1] National University of Singapore, Singapore

Recently, the pursuit of organic-inorganic perovskite solar cells has been significantly advanced because of the promising high-efficiency potential of the perovskite materials. Based on the structure of dye sensitized solar cells, Miyasaka et al. in 2009 firstly incorporated a ... Read More

Investigating Effects of Number of Layers on Thermal Behavior of Lithium Ion Batteries

Mohammad Alipour [1],
[1] Ko├ž University, Turkey

In last few decades, growing popularity of Electrical Vehicles (EVs) and Hybrid Electrical Vehicles (HEVs) associated with environmental concerns over oil-based transportation infrastructure, has attracted many research attentions over rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs)1. Their ... Read More

Transient Analysis of a Finned, Cylindrical Adsorber Reactor in Solar Adsorption Refrigeration

Norhafizah Binti Ahmad Junaidi [1],
[1] Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Solar-powered adsorption refrigeration system is an excellent application of solar thermal energy, with a matching of peak cooling demands with the availability of solar radiation. This green technology in cooling productions reduces the dependency on fossil fuels in energy generation, ... Read More

Numerical Optimization of Microelectrode Systems for Single Cell Manipulation by Dielectrophoresis

Nguyen Ba Loc [1],
[1] Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Precise single cell manipulation is useful for many biomedical applications such as tissue engineering, cell-based bio-sensing, image-based cell selection and cell-cell interaction. Among the various techniques to control the location of cells, dielectrophoresis (DEP) proves to be a very ... Read More

Enhanced Fin Tube Heat Exchanger Design Through Topology Optimization

Shi Zeng [1],
[1] National University of Singapore, Singapore

Fin tube heat exchangers are widely used in air conditioning systems. Various fin structures have been proposed and studied in literature to enhance their heat transfer performance. However, enhancement in heat transfer is often accompanied by pressure drop penalty. This study utilized a ... Read More

Monotonic and Cyclec Behavior Of Trabecular Bone Under Uniaxial and Multiaxial Loading

Ardiyansyah Syahrom [1],
[1] Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Biomechanics of bone has drawn major concern in research due to social and economic demand. In real life, trabecular bone is subjected to multiaxial stresses during routine physiological loading. Fatigue failure of the bone accounts for various clinical implications, thus studies and ... Read More

3D Hydrodynamic and Mass Transport Simulations of Ocular Drug Delivery

Loke Chai Yee [1],
[1] Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

The present study is motivated by the recent concerns raised over the existence of segmental outflow of the aqueous humour (AH) and its implications on ocular drug delivery. A 3D model of the human eye is developed, where hydrodynamic and mass transport analyses, specifically after eye ... Read More

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