E. Giuri, A. Ricci, and C. Ricciardi
Laboratorio di Technologie Elettrobiochimiche Miniaturizzate per l'Anilisi e la Ricerca, Politechnico di Torino
Finite Element Method simulations of microstructure behaviour is carried out by COMSOL. This enables us to make also technological considerations related to the easy way of fabrication and to lower production costs as explained in the following slide.
P. Bonfiglio, and A. Farnetani
Università degli Studi di Ferrara
The main object of this paper is the determination of the impulse response, in the low frequency range, for calculating the reverberation time and the energetic parameters in this space. An absorbing material is modelled by using the propagation of sound waves in an equivalent fluid. The results of this Finite Element model are compared with experimental measurements of impulse responses ...
G. Sorge, G. Cammarata, and G. Petrone
University of Catania
In this paper we study the natural convection for Dual In-Line Memory Module (DIMM) systems. Numerical models are developed using COMSOL Multiphysics. The results, obtained for imposed ambient temperature and operative conditions (power supplied to the CPUs) were produced and complex fluid motion field could be detected.
Simulation of the Inverse Extrusion of Brass Rod by the Coupling of Fluid Mechanical, Thermal and ALE Modes
C. Mapelli, and L. Bergami
Dipartimento di Meccanica, Politecnico di Milano
The complete coupling among the Incompressible Navier-Stokes - General Heat Transfer -ALE modes can be a reliable tool for the simulation of the plastic deformation process. This is shown here.