New Optimization Features in COMSOL® 5.5 Webinar

Jan 9, 20208:00 AM - 8:45 AM EST

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Tune into this webinar to learn about the new features and functionality for optimization in COMSOL Multiphysics® version 5.5.

  • Perform shape optimization with large deformations using the Polynomial Boundary, Free Shape Boundary, and Free Shape Shell interfaces.
  • Simplify postprocessing of topology optimization results using the new Filter dataset. This can transfer the geometry and selections associated with the topology optimization to a new component.
  • Estimate the size of an experiment required to achieve certain confidence in estimated parameters using the Levenberg–Marquardt optimization solver.
  • Get robust parameter optimization with the Nelder–Mead, Coordinate Search, and COBYLA optimization solvers by preventing topological changes through strictly enforced design constraints.

The webinar showcases using the Optimization Module with several examples, including tutorials from structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, and acoustics. Live demonstrations of the optimization tools introduced with version 5.5 are for both new and existing users of COMSOL Multiphysics®. The webinar concludes with a Q&A session.

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Jan 9, 2020 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM EST
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Webinar Details

Date and Time

Jan 9, 2020 | 8:00 AM EST (UTC-05:00)

Speaker

Kristian Ejlebjærg Jensen
COMSOL

Kristian E. Jensen is part of the optimization group at COMSOL. He studied at the Technical University of Denmark, where he worked on topology optimization and differential constitutive equations for viscoelastic flow. He then focused on the combination of mesh adaptation and topology optimization at Imperial College London.