COMSOL Server Blog Posts
Simulation Applications Enable Digitalization at ABB Traction Motors
Here’s a real-world example of optimizing R&D processes with COMSOL Server™: At ABB Traction Motors, engineers use simulation applications to analyze CFD and heat in electric motor designs.
Digital Twins and Model-Based Battery Design
By combining high-fidelity multiphysics models with lightweight models and measured data, engineers can create digital twins to understand, predict, optimize, and control real-world systems.
Digital Twins: Not Just Hype
The term “digital twin” has been called everything from just hype to a revolutionary concept. We use a jet engine example to explain the concept of digital twins and how simulation fits in.
Keynote Video: Enhancing STEM Education with Simulation
Ivana Milanovic uses simulation to teach undergraduate students in her science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) courses, as she explains in her COMSOL Conference 2018 presentation.
A Guide to Publishing and Licensing Simulation Applications
Interested in protecting the proprietary rights of the simulation applications you create and distribute? We walk you through 2 ways to set up licensing terms and conditions.
Keynote Video: Improving Synchrotron Light Sources with Applications
For synchrotron light sources, brighter is better: RadiaSoft LLC creates and deploys wave optics simulation applications to design improved vacuum chambers for a synchrotron upgrade project.
Keynote Video: Using COMSOL Server™ for Product Development
Watch an engineer in the materials science industry discuss the use of simulation applications and COMSOL Server™ to accelerate and optimize his company’s product development workflow.
COMSOL Server™ Version 5.2 Supports Faster, Focused Apps
In version 5.2 of COMSOL Server™, you can now launch apps much faster and configure the browser to run only one dedicated app. The Application Libraries, available in both COMSOL Multiphysics and COMSOL Server™, have been significantly updated with lots of examples for you to use and get inspired by when creating your own apps.
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