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How to Perform a Nonlinear Distortion Analysis of a Loudspeaker Driver

June 18, 2018

For a thorough and complete analysis of a loudspeaker driver design, acoustics engineers need to perform nonlinear time-domain studies in addition to frequency-domain studies.

How to Model Conductors in Time-Varying Magnetic Fields

May 25, 2018

You can use the AC/DC Module to perform frequency-domain simulations for conductors in time-varying magnetic fields by describing the skin effect.

Analyzing Magnetotellurics with Electromagnetics Simulation

May 17, 2018

Magnetotellurics (MT) is a geophysical method for mapping the magma flow of volcanos. Using electromagnetics simulation, engineers are able to study and improve this technique.

Common Pitfalls in Electrothermal Analysis

April 17, 2018

In the real world, electromagnetic heating often involves a nonlinear temperature. Learn some common pitfalls that occur during this type of electrothermal analysis and how to overcome them.

Redesigning Faraday’s Wheel: Creating Efficient Homopolar Generators

April 9, 2018

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.

Topology Optimization of a Magnetic Circuit for Loudspeakers

March 22, 2018

By optimizing the topology of loudspeaker components, such as magnetic circuits, we can develop speaker designs that are portable, lightweight, and high quality.

Modeling Ferromagnetic Materials in COMSOL Multiphysics®

January 23, 2018

Get a comprehensive guide to modeling ferromagnetic materials in COMSOL Multiphysics®, including an introduction to the theory and a series of useful animations.

Analyzing an Electrodynamic Ion Funnel with COMSOL Multiphysics®

December 8, 2017

Quadrupole mass filters and ion mobility spectrometers are used to detect explosives, study complex biological molecules, and more. Ion funnels are an important component of these devices.


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