Parameters, Variables, & Functions Blog-Beiträge
How to Use State Variables in COMSOL Multiphysics®
As of COMSOL Multiphysics® version 5.5, you can use state variables to track the state of your model; affect other fields, such as material properties; and even implement hysteresis.
How to Perform a Sensitivity Analysis in COMSOL Multiphysics®
How do the parameters of your design affect its performance? Understanding this relationship is a valuable part of the design process. By performing a sensitivity analysis, you can do just that.
Defeating Giant Movie Monsters Using Mathematical Modeling
The predator-prey equation can predict how we’d fare in a monster invasion, as well as real-world biology and ecology scenarios like shark overpopulation and tumor movement.
Efficient Parameter Control and Usage in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Any model can benefit from a proper parameter list. Learn how to control and use model parameters more efficiently with features such as parameter nodes and forms.
Introduction to Numerical Integration and Gauss Points
In this comprehensive blog post, we go over the theory behind numerical integration, Gaussian quadrature, Gauss points, weak contributions, and much more.
How to Use the Parameter Estimation Study Step for Inverse Modeling
This blog post includes a tutorial video. Watch it to learn the steps for performing a parameter estimation study for inverse modeling in COMSOL Multiphysics®.
Using Radial Basis Functions for Surface Interpolation
Have you ever had a set of nonuniformly distributed points in a Cartesian plane that sample a surface height, such as points on the contours of a map or data points representing some material property data? If so, you probably also wanted to reconstruct, or interpolate, a continuous and smooth surface between these points. You can construct such a surface using the core capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics by using Radial Basis Functions. Let’s find out how…
Accessing Nonlocal Variables with Linear Extrusion Operators
In many simulation tasks, it is necessary to transfer variables from one region of a computation domain (the source) to another region or component (the destination). In COMSOL Multiphysics, this functionality is achieved by defining a point-to-point map, called an extrusion operator, that relates a set of destination points with a set of source points. Once a mapping is established by an extrusion operator, all variables defined at the source can be accessed from the destination using the same operator.
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