COMSOL Day Trondheim

March 26, 2020 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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Join us for COMSOL Day Trondheim to see firsthand how multiphysics simulation can benefit your work. Whether you are considering using COMSOL Multiphysics® in your organization and want to see how it works, or an existing user looking to catch the latest news, this event has something for you.

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Schedule

08:30
Registration
09:00
Welcoming Remarks
09:20

CP Modelling – A Necessary Tool for Evaluation of CP System for Offshore Structures

09:45

The Use of COMSOL® in Industrial Applications at IFE

10:10
Coffee Break
10:35

Thermal and Structural Mechanical Analysis for Subsea Pipeline Insulation Systems in COMSOL®

11:00

Adaptive Dampers - Optimization Driven Design in Formula Student

11:30
Break for Lunch
12:30
Parallel Minicourses
Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics® for New Users

Learn the fundamental workflow of COMSOL Multiphysics®. This introductory demonstration will show you all of the key modeling steps, including geometry creation, setting up physics, meshing, solving, and postprocessing.

Preparing Your Geometry for Simulation

Learn how you can use the tools provided in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software for importing your CAD geometry and preparing it for an efficient mesh. We will introduce you to basic meshing concepts, such as how to visualize the mesh or tweak the meshing parameters, as well as advanced topics such as swept and mapped meshes. You will also learn how virtual operations can be utilized to make a better mesh for your simulation.

14:00
Coffee Break
14:15
Parellel Minicourses
Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics® for New Users

Learn the fundamental workflow of COMSOL Multiphysics®. This introductory demonstration will show you all of the key modeling steps, including geometry creation, setting up physics, meshing, solving, and postprocessing.

Introduction to the Application Builder

Get a brief overview of the Application Builder, a built-in tool in the COMSOL Multiphysics® software for building simulation applications.

COMSOL Speakers

Bertil Nistad
COMSOL
Bertil Nistad currently works as Application Specialist at COMSOL in Norway, and have participated in the development of the Corrosion Module. Before he joined COMSOL in 2009 he studied at NTNU, where he received his PhD in electronics and metamaterials.
Erlend Kristiansen
COMSOL
Erlend Kristiansen currently works as an applications engineer at COMSOL in Norway. Previously, he studied control engineering at NTNU, where he received his MSc degree in 2000. Before joining COMSOL in 2012, he worked within both academics and various industries.
Nikolai Høiland Ubostad
COMSOL
Nikolai Ubostad works as an applications engineer at COMSOL Norway. He started in 2019, having received his PhD in mathematics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Andrea Vågen Edvardsen
COMSOL
Andrea Vågen Edvardsen works as an applications engineer at COMSOL in Norway. She joined COMSOL in 2019, after graduating from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology with an MSc degree in mechanical engineering.

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COMSOL Day Details

Location

Quality Hotel Augustin
Kongensgate 26
Trondheim 7011
Directions

Invited Speakers

Harald Osvoll
FORCE Technology AS

Harald Osvoll has extensive experience within the field of corrosion, materials, and corrosion protection. He is recognized as an authority in offshore cathodic protection (CP) and serves in various professional committees. He has acquired substantial expertise in the computer modeling of CP systems. He was instrumental in developing the SeaCorr™ software, which is the CP simulation software with the longest track record in the world. His many years in the field have earned him extensive knowledge on the actual performance of CP systems, which has given him a very good basis for carrying out cost-effective CP retrofits.

Magne Rudshaug
Institutt for Energiteknikk (IFE)

Magne Rudshaug works as a principal scientist at Institutt for Energiteknikk(IFE) in Norway. He finished his MSc at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTH) in Technical Physics in 1983. In 1995 he received his PhD from the University of Oslo, with the title "Long Wavelength Instability in the Hall-Heroult Cell". He has been working at IFE throughout his career.

Christian Trandem
Revolve NTNU

Christian Trandem is a fourth year student at the Department of Energy, Process and Flow Engineering at NTNU. He has a background as a plumber and has a BSc in HVAC. He has two years of experience as a formula student with Revolve NTNU. The first year, he worked with the development and production of carbon fiber monocoque chassis, and now he works with the development of adaptive dampers.

Marius Hamre Nordrik
Revolve NTNU

Marius Hamre Nordrik is a fifth year student at the Department of Cybernetics at NTNU and has a background in programming. He has two years of experience as a formula student with Revolve NTNU. The first year, he worked with vehicle dynamics, and now he works with the development of adaptive dampers.