You are invited to join us at COMSOL Day Albany for a day of minicourses, panel discussions, and the opportunity to exchange ideas with other simulation specialists in the COMSOL community.
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We will demonstrate the process of transforming fully defined models into specialized simulation applications and the various ways of deploying those applications.
Learn about nonlinear structural analysis, including geometric nonlinearity, buckling, contact, and nonlinear structural material models. We will illustrate nonlinear material modeling via example models and demonstrate a nonlinear structural analysis in COMSOL Multiphysics®. We will also discuss best practices for nonlinear structural modeling for application areas such as geometric nonlinearity and contact analysis.
Are you interested in modeling chemically reacting flows, electroplating, or corrosion? Then attend this session for an overview of the capabilities of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software for modeling reacting flows and electrochemical systems using the add-on Electrochemistry Module and Chemical Reaction Engineering Module. We will also demonstrate how to model an electrochemical system in COMSOL® using these modules.
A panel of users from industry and COMSOL will share their experiences with building high-fidelity models to validate, measure, and optimize product designs and to drive corporate decisions. Learn tips and tricks to tackle daily simulation challenges and to build efficient and effective models.
Induction heating is the combination of low-frequency electromagnetics modeling and heat transfer modeling. In this presentation, we will build a model of an inductive coil that heats up a metallic part. We will also discuss issues related to meshing and solving, as well as options for building both approximate and fully featured thermal models.
Learn about the Acoustics Module and how it can be used to model wave propagation in different types of materials, including fluids, solids, porous media, and piezoelectric devices. We will demonstrate how you can use the built-in coupling features to solve an acoustic-structure interaction problem to calculate sound radiation by a vibrating device or determine the transmission of sound through an elastic structure. We will also discuss the aeroacoustics modeling capabilities included in the Acoustics Module.
Naval Nuclear Laboratory