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Material Characterization by Means of Simulation

March 10, 2020

Carbon-based materials, such as synthetic specialty graphites, are found in many industries, including solar, semiconductor, car manufacturing, ceramics, and metallurgy.

Using the Material Libraries in COMSOL Multiphysics®

February 27, 2020

The built-in material libraries are databases with materials and their associated properties, while the add-on Material Library contains material properties for more than 3800 materials.

Building Roller Chain Geometries in the Multibody Dynamics Module

February 13, 2020

You can easily set up a geometry model of a roller chain, sprocket, or roller chain sprocket assembly using the built-in parametric geometry parts in the COMSOL Multiphysics Part Library.

Optimizing Composite Wheel Rim Designs with COMSOL Multiphysics®

February 12, 2020

Composite wheel rims are stronger and lighter than their conventional steel and aluminum counterparts. Plus, they offer better acceleration, braking, and cornering on the road.

How to Perform a Sensitivity Analysis in COMSOL Multiphysics®

February 6, 2020

How do the parameters of your design affect its performance? Understanding this relationship is a valuable part of the design process. By performing a sensitivity analysis, you can do just that.

Predictive Analytics Capabilities of SmartUQ® for COMSOL®

January 30, 2020

How does COMSOL Multiphysics® fit into the predictive analytics and uncertainty quantification (UQ) workflow of SmartUQ®? Guest blogger Gavin Jones demonstrates with a microwave ablation example.

Using Transfer-Matrix Computation to Analyze Wax Guard Acoustics

January 28, 2020

The wax guard is an important part of a hearing aid, as it can improve the functionality and overall lifespan. We feature an acoustics model of a wax guard based on an actual industry example.

How to Use Topology Optimization Results as Model Geometries

January 24, 2020

Oftentimes, topology optimization is not the last step in your design process. In fact, you can use the results from a topology optimization study as model geometries for your next analysis.