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COMSOL ANSYS or ABAQUS ?

Introduction comsol ansys or abaqus ? ANSYS, COMSOL, and ABAQUS are three of the most widely used finite element analysis (FEA) software in the engineering industry. FEA is a numerical method used to predict the behavior of engineering systems and components under different loads and environmental conditions. Each of these software packages has its own […]

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PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL and simulation

The name “piezo” drives from a Greek word meaning “to press.”Piezoelectric materials are materials that produce an electric current when they are placed under mechanical stress. The piezoelectric process is also reversible, so if you apply an electric current to these materials, they will actually change shape slightly (a maximum of 4%). QUARTZ CRYSTAL (wikipedia) […]

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top 10 tips for running scientific simulations

First things first, be sure that your research topic and the objectives of your simulation are very clear. The right strategy and design for your simulation may then be determined with the use of this information. Make sure that the computing platform and programming language that you choose are appropriate for your simulation. This will […]

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Types of COMSOL Multiphysics License. Free COMSOL Student License?

Looking for Free COMSOL student license? There are a lot of licence options available, and the processes for installing them vary based on which licence type you have. There are no licence types that limit you to a single operating system, however, you can install on Windows, macOS, or Linux. It is possible to open […]

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Skin Depth in COMSOL Multiphysics

What is skin depth ? The skin effect is the tendency for an alternating electric current (AC) to be dispersed throughout a conductor so that the current density is highest at the conductor’s surface and exponentially declines as the conductor is drilled deeper. Between the conductor’s outer surface and a depth known as the skin […]

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What exactly does “Engineering Simulation” mean?

In the field of engineering, the practise of using sophisticated graphical software to examine designs and find solutions to engineering issues is referred to as engineering simulation, which is also known as computer-aided engineering (CAE). Finite Element Analysis (FEA), also known as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Thermal Analysis, Multibody Dynamics, and Optimization are all components […]

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Conditional statement in comsol multiphysics

Conditional statement in comsol is very usefull for modelling complicated simulations. The core of the function is if((x>lowerlimit)*(x<=upperlimit),valueiftrue,valueiffalse) the value if false is then a second if the statement of the same form, and so on. The “*” in the formula is equivalent to the AND statement. One way is to use conditional expressions. An […]

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Welcome to the COMSOL Multiphysics premium Intensive course! What is this course all about? Complete COMSOL Multiphysics Training Detailed lectures with fundamental concepts Advanced Simulations (Publication standard) 50+hours of 4K Studio Quality Lectures Multiple examples & reproduction of  publications Multiple topics covered – optics, photonics, Semiconductor Devices, Structural Mechanics, CFD etc*¹ Live Training Support*² Course […]

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Convergence in COMSOL Multiphysics

What exactly is “Convergence”? Convergence in COMSOL Multiphysics: Convergence is defined as the process of arriving at a solution that is very near to the precise answer within some error tolerance or other convergence condition that was previously set. Why would you need to compute the solution in COMSOL if you already know the precise […]

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Ferroelectric material simulation in COMSOL Multiphysics

Ferroelectric material simulation in COMSOL What are Ferroelectric Materials? Materials that demonstrate ferroelectricity are referred to as ferroelectric materials. Ferroelectricity refers to a material’s capacity to exhibit spontaneous electric polarisation, and it may be a useful property. By applying an external electric field in the opposite direction, it is possible to invert this polarisation. Polarization […]