Happy Birthday, Leonhard Euler
His last name is pronounced “oiler” and he is considered one of the greatest mathematical scientists of all time. Learn about the life and work of Leonhard Euler.
Finding Answers to the Tuning Fork Mystery with Simulation
If you strike a tuning fork and hold it against a tabletop, the peak frequency of the emitted sound doubles. Is there a physical explanation for this “tuning fork mystery”?
Multiphysics Modeling of Stress Corrosion in Underground Pipelines
Stress corrosion is a phenomenon that causes degradation in underground pipelines. Learn how to use multiphysics modeling to understand and predict its occurrence.
Simulating an SMA Connector on a Grounded Coplanar Waveguide
SMA connectors are used in cellphone antennas and PCB testing. To optimize their performance for a specific use, electrical engineers can evaluate their designs with simulation.
Redesigning Faraday’s Wheel: Creating Efficient Homopolar Generators
Acyclic generator, unipolar generator, disc dynamo, Faraday wheel, homopolar generator: Whatever you call it, this device has an interesting history and a variety of applications.
How to Model Linear and Nonlinear Optics in the COMSOL® Software
See how to model the Kerr effect, and other linear and nonlinear optical phenomena, using the Wave Optics Module and COMSOL Multiphysics®.
High-Fidelity Modeling of a Tunable Filter via Multiphysics Simulation
Tunable cavity filters can enhance the development of high-speed, wireless communication networks. To optimize these devices for such a purpose, we can turn to high-fidelity modeling.
How to Perform Multimaterial Optimization in COMSOL Multiphysics®
Does a tuning fork sound better when made out of aluminum instead of copper or steel? In COMSOL Multiphysics®, you can perform an optimization study for multiple materials to find out.
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