Multiphysics modeling tools

  • 09-Jan-2018 03:28 EST
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COMSOL’s (Burlington, MA) latest release of its COMSOL Multiphysics and COMSOL Server products provides simulation specialists with modeling tools and increased solver performance. From shape memory alloy (SMA) material models to a revolutionary method for capacitively coupled plasma (CCP) simulations and a hybrid boundary element-finite element (BEM-FEM) method for acoustics and acoustic-structure interaction, COMSOL says customers across all industries and physics areas will benefit from new methods and reduced solution times with version 5.3a. General updates include: support for 3Dconnexion; SpaceMouse devices for easier model navigation; a new color table, Cividis, optimized for people with color vision deficiency; option to save plots in models for faster rendering; option to export animations in the WebM video format; parametric models with user-defined functions; and model reduction based on modal analysis and asymptotic waveform evaluation (AWE).

 

 

 

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