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Crossing industries, physics, and boundaries.
Crossing industries, physics, and boundaries.

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To improve your multiphysics modeling skills, you can read a blog post, watch a video, download a tutorial model, and more.

Head this way to learn about these and other resources available on the COMSOL website:

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"In this blog post, we show how to use the COMSOL Multiphysics® software to determine the best way to arrange the coals or briquettes in a charcoal grill for even heat and to avoid hot spots."

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With a Class Kit License, students & teachers can run COMSOL Multiphysics for use in an ordinary course. This video demonstrates how to download & install the software -->

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#myCOMSOLtip videos provide quick tips for modeling with COMSOL Multiphysics. Find more details and 4 examples on the blog... http://buff.ly/2leozsu

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To enhance the thermal performance of buildings and decrease cooling-consumption costs, these researchers investigated a novel roof tile design with COMSOL Multiphysics. See what they learned --> http://buff.ly/2ldIGXB
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To help predict damage caused by coastal erosion, researchers can use shallow water equations. Learn about solving such equations with equation-based modeling --> http://buff.ly/2lkiBJ3
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To improve magnetic prospecting, a technique used to find iron ore beneath the earth’s surface, you can design a customized app. Find inspiration with this example:

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Why does Carl Meinhart use a multiphysics simulation-based approach to solve microfluidic and photonic problems? Find answers in this blog post, which also features a keynote video:

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Learn how to link radiating and receiving antennas, a major benchmark in our Multiscale Modeling in High-Frequency Electromagnetics blog series...

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Have you ever heard the phrase: "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"? In this blog post, we use simulation analysis to show that a cigar can be more than just a cigar.

Check it out... http://buff.ly/2l1Ps5h
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