All posts by Bridget Cunningham
Finding the Ideal Thickness for the Insulation of a Pipeline
Pipelines need to be properly insulated in order to transport products like petroleum and natural gas across long distances. Use COMSOL® to find the ideal thickness for a pipeline insulation.
Designing Accurate EMC/EMI Testing Equipment with RF Modeling
EMI/EMC testing is used to ensure that various products, processes, and systems meet standard compliance requirements. RF modeling can be used to design equipment for accurate analyses.
Streamlining the Design of Frequency-Selective Surfaces
If you want to improve the frequency response of a frequency-selective surface, you have many options for methods. 1 method streamlines what can be a complex process: simulation applications.
Simulating Helmholtz Coils in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Electromagnetics simulation simplifies the process of constructing a Helmholtz coil and calculating its magnetic field to ensure the fields are uniform, which is important for a variety of uses.
Optimizing the Design of Thermal Actuators for Use in Microsatellites
Microsatellites are replacing traditional large satellites in aerospace missions for gathering scientific data. Using simulation, we can optimize an important component of these devices.
Analyzing a Probe Tube Microphone Design with Acoustics Simulation
Probe tube microphones are an important component in hearing aids. Learn about how you can use acoustics modeling to analyze the design and predict the performance of these devices.
Analyzing Laser Beam-Matter Interaction in Selective Laser Melting
Selective laser melting is a common and important process in many types of manufacturing. You can model the interaction between the laser beam and matter for a closer look at this process.
Simulating Powder Compaction with Porous Plasticity Models
Powder compaction is an important and popular technique in many manufacturing industries. You can use porous plasticity models to analyze and improve the powder compaction process.
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