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On-demand Finite Element Analysis Comsol Multiphysics Tutorial Videos

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For those interested in learning about Multiphysics and Finite Element Analysis there are many tutorial videos available at:

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Fluid Structure Interaction Resources

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For anyone interested in analysing Fluid Structure Interaction COMSOL has a great page listing many success…Continue

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Simulating Fluid-Structure Interaction in a Ball Check Valve

In a fluid-structure interaction (FSI) scenario, the fluid can affect the structure, the structure can affect the fluid flow, or both. When modeling a device that relies on FSI, you may want to simulate one of these options, a combination, or all three. The Fluid-Structure Interaction multiphysics coupling in the COMSOL® software makes it easy to implement FSI in your analyses. In this blog post,...

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Comparing 2 Shock Response Analyses for a Computer Circuit Board

You just got the latest smartphone, game console, or tablet. Eager to use it, you set it down to read the directions — but your child grabs it and starts shaking it around. The good news is that the device probably still works, as the internal electronic components have to be certified to function after experiencing certain shock loads. To analyze the shock response of an electronic part...

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How to Model Fundamental Sources in Enclosed Spaces

As the story goes, Archimedes was struggling with a case of suspected golden crown fraud. While taking a bath, inspiration hit: Submerging an object displaces the same amount of water as the object’s volume, so he could expose any dilutions to the gold. Archimedes was so pleased, he yelled “eureka!” But would anyone have heard the now-famous shout? Using simulation, we can...

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2 Mesh Adaptation Methods: Enabling More Efficient Computations

The goal of mesh adaptation is to modify the mesh to solve a problem more efficiently. We want to use as few elements as possible to obtain an accurate solution. Typically, we would like a coarser mesh in regions that are not very important and a more refined mesh in regions of interest. We might even consider anisotropic elements. As of version 5.4, the COMSOL Multiphysics® software includes...

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Keynote Video: Enhancing STEM Education with Simulation

How can teachers improve student learning in undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses? To find out, Ivana Milanovic, a professor at the University of Hartford, developed a simulation-based approach that combines problem-based learning (PBL) and inquiry-based learning (IBL). Milanovic discussed her strategy and its benefits during her keynote talk at the...

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At 5:13pm on September 3, 2010, kamiar bashirpour said…
i want to make an electrostatic - structural 3D analyse with moving mesh and each time i go to solve it ,i receive an "a nonsymmetric matrix found" error in log page of solver and all stoped and a cant do any more
i want to know what''s wrong? can i do anything with this error?
At 12:52pm on March 8, 2010, COMSOL Multiphysics said…
We do have educational licensing available:
At 5:35am on December 16, 2009, Angel M. Exposito said…
Do you have some demon softwork or something like that for students.


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