New Online Resource: Designing and Modeling Electrical Systems and Devices
BURLINGTON, MA (August 15, 2014) – The Electrical Showcase, called Designing and Modeling Electrical Systems and Devices, a new online resource for electrical engineers, is now available on the COMSOL website. This resource features valuable content about how electrical systems, components, and devices can be effectively modeled using COMSOL Multiphysics and its add-on products. Explore the showcase at: www.comsol.com/showcase/electrical.
Simulating Electrical Systems
For engineers interested in learning about the capabilities of COMSOL for modeling electrical systems, the Designing and Modeling Electrical Systems and Devices showcase is the place to start. Packed full of valuable resources, the showcase explores the multiphysics approach to modeling through a variety of examples, demonstrating the ability of COMSOL Multiphysics to seamlessly combine any physics effect with any other electrical phenomena, mechanical stresses, fluid flow, and chemical reactions. Through a series of how-to videos, user case studies, white papers, example models, and more, electrical engineers from all disciplines can discover how multiphysics modeling can aid in the design process.
The tools offered by COMSOL facilitate the conceptualization, verification, and optimization of a product from start to finish. See how at: www.comsol.com/showcase/electrical.
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