Results & Visualization Blog Posts
How to Include Geometry Surfaces with Solution Plots
When you have solved a model, you want to visualize your results in the best way possible. Today, we will explain how to include geometry surfaces with your solution plots, by way of an RF modeling example.
The Graphics Window: Effective and Beautiful Postprocessing
Using the Graphics window in COMSOL Multiphysics can be a little tricky if you’re not too familiar with what it can do. But once you know the shortcuts, controlling the camera and view angles to create good graphics becomes quite straightforward. I hope the techniques shown here will help you produce graphics to visualize and present your work more easily.
Plotting Spatial Derivatives of the Magnetic Field
Radiology, magnetophoresis, particle accelerators, and geophysics are all areas where it is useful to compute the spatial derivative of the magnetic field or magnetic flux density.
Analyze your Simulation Results with Projection Operators
Have you ever used your hands to make shadow puppets on the wall? By shining a light behind your (three-dimensional) hands, you create two-dimensional projections on the wall. When analyzing your simulation data in COMSOL Multiphysics, you can do something similar with your model using projection operators.
Visualization for 2D Axisymmetric Electromagnetics Models
Today we’ll look at how to make 3D plots of vector fields that are computed using the 2D axisymmetric formulation found in the Electromagnetic Waves, Frequency Domain interface within the RF and Wave Optics modules.
How to Implement a Mesh Refinement Study
A couple of weeks ago, I led a webinar on postprocessing and visualization features in COMSOL Multiphysics. This webinar was very popular among COMSOL users, so I wanted to follow up with a blog post to highlight one of the important topics we covered — performing a mesh refinement study in COMSOL Multiphysics.
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