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We demonstrate the benefits of using up and down operators to simulate thin structures with postprocessing and heat transfer examples…
Learn how to use up and down operators to efficiently and accurately analyze thin structures in your COMSOL Multiphysics simulations.
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Are you simulating transport by diffusion or conduction in a model with thin layers and a "sandwich" structure? If so, you can use thin-layer approximation to replace the thinnest layers. See how: http://buff.ly/1K7Kexr
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Nagi Elabbasi from Veryst Engineering, a COMSOL Certified Consultant, uses simulation to analyze phononic band gaps. He shows you how on the blog: http://buff.ly/1nYbeoA
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Mehrzad Tabatabaian’s new book, COMSOL5 for Engineers, uses concrete examples to explain how to create COMSOL Multiphysics models and apps. This blog post provides an overview of the key concepts: http://buff.ly/1nSWnMh
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Solar food dryers are one method for preserving fresh produce. Optimize their design using heat transfer modeling -->
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You can use Isosurface and Contour plots to visualize your simulation results. This video shows you how...
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[Blog] Explore the benefits of simulation apps by checking out our house acoustics analyzer: http://buff.ly/1KHUlsR
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The Pepper’s Ghost optical illusion is used to create ghostly apparitions and "digital doubles" of celebrities. Discover the physics behind this effect, and how you can replicate it yourself >> http://buff.ly/1SJQfCb
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By computing the parameters of a coaxial cable with COMSOL Multiphysics, you can find these parameters for any transmission line or cable design. See how >>
When it comes to cables and transmission lines, there are many design considerations. Ensure proper functionality with COMSOL Multiphysics.
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With this tutorial model, you can learn how to simulate the electrical and thermal properties of an inductively coupled plasma (ICP) torch at atmospheric pressure -->
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In COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.2, we introduced you to several new demo apps. Here's a look at our Effective Nonlinear Magnetic Curves Calculator, a powerful tool for modeling magnetic devices:
Learn how to use a simulation app to model nonlinear magnetic materials in the frequency domain and generate an effective BH or HB curve.
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The Koch snowflake is a simple fractal geometry. Walter Frei shows how to build this shape using the Application Builder in COMSOL Multiphysics:
To create a simple fractal geometry, the Koch snowflake, you can build a simulation app with the Application Builder and COMSOL Multiphysics.
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When it comes to the next big innovation in science and R&D, it is bound to be delivered by users of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software.

The COMSOL Multiphysics environment spans a multitude of application areas and cutting-edge numerical technologies to enable engineers to integrate simulation and CAD modeling for product and process design. With the Application Builder and COMSOL Server™, engineers can turn their models into customized simulation apps. These apps can then be shared throughout organizations to those without a background in simulation, thus promote greater involvement in the design process.