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Wrapping and Warping Geometries for Analysis in COMSOL®
CAD parts are typically designed in an undeformed, as-manufactured state. When it comes to analysis, however, we are only interested in the deformed, as-assembled state.
Simulating the Pressure in an Ultrahigh Vacuum System
The ETpathfinder research facility in the Netherlands was built in anticipation of the proposed Einstein Telescope (ET), a third-generation observatory of gravitational waves.
How to Model Metabolic Reaction Networks with COMSOL®
Certain ice creams, puddings, and candies have an extremely vivid yellow color that comes from vitamin B2. The manufacturing of this supplement is one example of a metabolic reaction network…
Curve Fitting of Solution Data in COMSOL Multiphysics®
We discuss curve fitting of continuous solution data, the concept of orthogonality, and how to fit solution data to a set of orthogonal functions for a simple and convenient postprocessing operation.
Modeling Pitting Corrosion in COMSOL Multiphysics®
When the process of generalized corrosion is allowed to continue, the initialization of a pit may occur on the metal surface, which is also referred to as the Evans drop experiment.
Designing Antireflecting Microstructures for Infrared Applications
Explore how 2 microstructure designs can improve the bulk transmittance of silicon (~70%) and cadmium zinc telluride (~79%) to more than 90% within the specific wavelength spectrum.
Voltage and Ground When Modeling Wave-Like EM Fields
We continue our discussion of voltage and ground by defining and interpreting these terms for sinusoidally time-varying electromagnetics models.
Do Voltage and Ground Exist?
Remember how the terms “voltage” and “ground” were taught in your university electrical engineering classes? Get a precise definition (in terms of modeling computational EM problems) here.
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