A Galeria de Aplicações possui tutorias sobre o COMSOL Multiphysics® e aplicativos de demonstração pertinentes às áreas de elétrica, mecânica estrutural, acústica, escoamento e química. Você pode usar esses exemplos como um ponto de partida para o seu próprio trabalho de simulação baixando o modelo do tutorial ou o aplicativo e suas instruções. Use a função "Busca Rápida" para encontrar modelos da sua área de interesse. Para baixar os arquivos MPH, faça o login, ou se cadastre, no COMSOL Access usando uma licença válida do COMSOL, para poder baixar os arquivos MPH. Note que muitos dos exemplos disponibilizados aqui também podem ser acessados através da Application Libraries que faz parte do software COMSOL Multiphysics® e está disponível a partir do menu File.


Ray Optics Modulex

Compact Camera Module

Compact camera modules are widely used in electronic devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers. In order to reduce both the size and number of elements required the optical design will typically incorporate several highly aspheric surfaces. This model demonstrates a five element ... Saiba Mais

Petzval Lens STOP Analysis with Surface-to-Surface Radiation

This model demonstrates an integrated structural-thermal-optical performance (STOP) analysis of an optical system. The Petzval Lens tutoral is used as the basis for this model, together with a simple barrel geometry The isothermal model performs a Parametric Sweep over several uniform ... Saiba Mais

Solar Dish Receiver Designer

Solar concentrator/cavity receiver systems can be used to focus incident solar radiation into a small region, generating intense heat which can then be converted to electrical or chemical energy. A common figure of merit in solar thermal power systems is the concentration ratio, or the ... Saiba Mais

Czerny-Turner Monochromator

A Czerny-Turner monochromator spatially separates polychromatic light into a series of monochromatic rays. This model simulates a crossed Czerny-Turner configuration that consists of a spherical collimating mirror, a planar diffraction grating, a spherical imaging mirror, and an array ... Saiba Mais

Double Gauss Lens Image Simulation

This example demonstrates how to import a bitmap which can be used to simulate an image using ray tracing. The example is based on the Double Gauss Lens tutorial from the Ray Optics Module Application Library. The first study has been modified so that the Spot Diagram "auto-focus" tool ... Saiba Mais

Vdara® Caustic Surface

When the Vdara hotel first opened in Las Vegas, visitors relaxing by the pool would experience intense periods of heat at certain times of the day, at certain times of the year. This intense heat was caused by the reflection of solar radiation from the curved, reflective surface on the ... Saiba Mais

Two-Mirror Laser Cavity

In this model, two concave mirrors are placed at a distance and a ray is released from a point inside the cavity. Then the ray is traced for a predefined time period that is sufficiently long. Ray tracing continues until the predefined computation time has passed if the laser cavity is ... Saiba Mais

Newtonian Telescope

Newtonian telescopes, first invented in 1668 by Isaac Netwon, are still used today because of their low cost and simple design. Rays of light propagate from sources located at infinity, into the telescope. The rays reflect off a parabolic mirror, onto a flat mirror, and into the focal ... Saiba Mais

Ray Release Based on a Plane Electromagnetic Wave

This tutorial shows how to set up a ray release based on the incident electric field at a boundary. First the Electomagnetic Waves, Frequency Domain interface is used to solve for the electric field of a plane wave. Then rays are released with initial intensity and polarization matching ... Saiba Mais

Fresnel Rhomb

A Fresnel rhomb is a prism that uses total internal reflection to manipulate the polarization of light. In this example, light in the prism is internally reflected at an angle of incidence that induces a 45-degree phase delay between s- and p-polarized radiation. By subjecting the light ... Saiba Mais