Interfacing Blog Posts
Optimizing Combustion Particle Control in an Electric Filter Design
To optimize the design of an electrostatic filter, researchers from Switzerland used multiphysics modeling, validating their results by comparing them to experimental data.
Optimizing the Geometry of Optical Antennas with Genetic Algorithms
What does antenna design have to do with the concept of natural selection? Although it may sound far-fetched, the basic principles of natural selection can be used to optimize antenna geometries.
How to Import an ECAD Geometry for Printed Circuit Board Design
We demonstrate how to import an ECAD geometry into COMSOL Multiphysics® for the design of a printed circuit board. The example features an actual PCB geometry from a company in the industry.
Studying Stress in Threaded Pipe Fitting Designs from CAD Assemblies
Threaded pipes are durable, reliable, and resistant to damage from heat and stress. You can combine a CAD assembly of a threaded pipe with a COMSOL Multiphysics® analysis to study its design.
Analyzing the Mechanical Performance of a Tricycle Frame Design
Tricycles have 3 wheels and countless uses due to their extra support and load capacity. Design a tricycle that meets safety requirements by analyzing its mechanical performance.
Designing a Sensor Package for a High-G Accelerometer via Simulation
To design a piezoresistive sensor package for a high-G accelerometer, researchers turned to multiphysics analysis. They then verified the simulation results with experimental data.
Building COMSOL Multiphysics® Models with Excel® and Visual Basic®
Say you want to base your model on data kept in the Excel® spreadsheet software. Using LiveLink™ for Excel®, you can interface between the spreadsheet and the COMSOL Multiphysics® software.
How to Analyze Beam Sections Using the Beam Section Calculator
Simulation applications can be used as utility tools to compute the properties and parameters of a component or device. In this example, the application analyzes beam section geometries.
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