In accordance with our Quality Policy, COMSOL maintains a library of hundreds of documented model examples that are regularly tested against the latest version of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software, including benchmark problems from ASME and NAFEMS, as well as TEAM problems.

Our Verification and Validation (V&V) test suite provides consistently accurate solutions that are compared against analytical results and established benchmark data. The documented models below are part of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software’s built-in Application Libraries. They include reference values and sources for a wide range of benchmarks, as well as step-by-step instructions to reproduce the expected results on your own computer. You can use these models not only to document your software quality assurance (SQA) and numerical code verification (NCV) efforts, but also as part of an in-house training program.

Homogenized Model of a Corrugated Sheet

This example presents a homogenized model of a corrugated sheet based on a unit cell approach. The numerically obtained equivalent stiffness matrices are compared with various analytical models. Two corrugation profiles, trapezoidal and round, are considered in this example. Read More

Chloroprene Rubber Compression Test

In this example, the Bergstrom–Boyce material model is used to capture the nonequilibrium behavior of carbon-black-filled chloroprene rubber under a strain history that alternates compression with relaxation. Results are verified against experimental and numerical results taken from ... Read More

Installation Verification

The installation verification application can be used to help verify that your COMSOL Multiphysics® or COMSOL Server™ installation works as expected on your hardware platforms and operating systems. The app automatically loads and runs a suite of test models and compares the results with ... Read More

Hysteresis in Soil Using the Small-Strain Overlay Model

The small strain overlay material model captures the effect of high stiffness at low strain as well as the hysteresis under cyclic loading, which is a common effect for most soils. The formulation allows stiffness degradation with an increase in shear strain, and the full recovery of ... Read More

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