See How Multiphysics Simulation Is Used in Research and Development


Engineers, researchers, and scientists across industries use multiphysics simulation to research and develop innovative product designs and processes. Find inspiration in technical papers and presentations they have presented at the COMSOL Conference. Browse the selection below or use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area.
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Expanding Your Materials Horizons

R.W. Pryor
Pryor Knowledge Systems, Inc., Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA

The concept of virtual prototyping can be found linked to many different keywords in the literature: modeling, look-ahead problem solving, etc. This poster paper briefly discusses the potential real benefits that can be realized through pre-build cost savings, minimization of the number ... Read More

Solving Two-scale Transport Laws During Frying of Foods Using COMSOL Multiphysics

J. Maneerote, and P.S. Takhar
International Center for Food Industry Excellence Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA

Microscale comprised of the scale of food biopolymers at which biochemical reactions and textural changes take place, and the macroscale was the scale of interaction of polymers with surrounding water, vapor and oil phases. Numerous novel equations such as generalized Darcy’s law based ... Read More

Multiphysics Modeling of a Fluorine Production Cell

J. Vukasin [1], P. Namy [2], J. Sanchez-Marcano [3],
[1] Orano Cycle, HRP, BP 16, Pierrelatte, France
[2] SIMTEC, Grenoble, France
[3] Institut Européen des Membranes – UMR 5635 - Université de Montpellier, Montpellier, France

Gaseous fluorine plays a major role in the nuclear industry since it is used to produce uranium hexafluoride, whose physical properties are the key to classical uranium enrichment processes. The fluorine production process is based on the electrolysis of an anhydrous HF-composed molten ... Read More

Cascades of Secondary Particles in High Voltage Accelerators

M. Cavenago[1], P. Antonini[1][3], P. Veltri[2], N. Pilan[2], V. Antoni[2], and G. Serianni[2]
[1]INFN-LNL, Legnaro, Padova, Italy
[2]Consorzio RFX, Padova, Italy
[3]Centro Ric. E. Fermi, Roma, Italy

A very simplified system for high voltage test is studied, considering reason for voltage holding failures which are not covered by conventional and local design criteria. A first understanding of the problem is obtained by solving the electrostatic potential in a 2D axis symmetric ... Read More

Multiphysics Analysis of Inductive Brazing Process using COMSOL Multiphysics® Software

A. F. Biju[1], A. Pandey [1],
[1] Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

The objective is to analyze temperature rise and distribution in different parts of an inductive brazing process. This process includes multiphysics phenomena - electromagnetic excitation- eddy heating- heat transfer in solids. AC Inductive heating physics coupled to heat transfer in ... Read More

The Effect of Multi-Materials for Microwave Heating Uniformity

Huacheng Zhu [1], Quansheng Wang [1], Youqi Deng [1], Qian Meng [1],
[1] Sichuan University, Chengdu, China

To overcome the uneven heating during the process of microwave heating of food inside microwave oven, a geometrical model based on domestic microwave oven with a cylindrical container composed of multi-materials(with two different kinds of materials, one half is glass and the other half ... Read More

Simulation of Magnetically Driven Peristaltic Pumps for Microfluidic Applications

L. Gritter [1], J. Crompton [1], K. Koppenhoefer [1], P. Nath [2]
[1] AltaSim Technologies, Columbus, OH, USA
[2] Applied Modern Physics, Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM, USA

Microfluidic technologies can enable laboratory processes to be packaged in miniaturized and automated systems, allowing these processes to be performed with hand-held devices outside a laboratory environment. The practical usefulness of these “lab on a chip” systems has often been ... Read More

Analyzing the Influence of Electric Field on Flame Through  Electro-Hydrodynamics

S. Mitra[1], P. Sharma[2], M. Godbole[2], and M. Kumar KM[2]
[1] Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

[2] GE Global Research, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

The effects of electric fields on combustion flames have been studied by using several types of experimental techniques as well as few numerical methods. The flame is influenced by the electric field mainly due to the charges present as a result of chemical reactions that take place in ... Read More

RF Hot-Zone Location within Rectangular Confined Spaces

R. Rodriguez[1]
[1]University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

RF propagation modelling in (30 – 1000 MHz) SAR region for predicting the location and intensities of constructive interference patterns within rectangular confined spaces using waveguide theory and ray tracing techniques. Read More

Modelling of Heat and Moisture Transport in a Corrugated Board Stack new

M. Xynou[1]
[1]KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

Corrugated board is produced on a machine where the corrugated medium is glued between two flat paper surfaces, the liners. The board is cut into sheets and stored in a stack until suitable moisture content has been reached. The sheets are then cut and creased into blanks for the ... Read More