Finite Element Simulation (FES), a marvel of modern engineering, is akin to a digital crystal ball, giving engineers and scientists the power to peek into the future of their designs. This technique uses a numerical method, the finite element method (FEM), to predict how objects react to forces, vibrations, heat, and other physical effects.
COMSOL Multiphysics, known for its robust simulation capabilities, can sometimes present challenges in meshing, especially with complex geometries. A YouTube video titled “Learn to Fix 🔍 Meshing error and Geometry technique in COMSOL Multiphysics” provides practical insights into addressing these issues. This blog post offers a concise overview of the key points from the video, focusing on strategies for resolving meshing errors and optimizing geometry in simulations.