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Papers and Presentations from the COMSOL Conference 2018

At the COMSOL Conference 2018, scientists and engineers from around the globe showcased their multiphysics simulation projects. See how researchers in your industry are currently using numerical modeling to optimize designs, streamline processes, and improve products by browsing the technical papers and presentations below. Use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area or conference location.

ISBN: 978-0-9910001-6-6

2018 - Allx

Advanced Loudspeaker Calculator – an Example of COMSOL® Apps Utilization

F. Malbos [1], M.K. Bogdanski [2], M. Strauss [2],
[1] Harman France, VPDT, Paris, France
[2] Harman International, VPDT, Straubing,Germany

Developing a new loudspeaker design requires not only knowledge and experience in the field, but also an access to verified and efficient tools. HARMAN’s Virtual Product Development (VPD) team has developed a Comsol Application to serve at the early stages of the design process. The app, ... Saiba Mais

Acoustic Modeling of a “Minute Repeater”

S. Charron [1],
[1] Intermezzi ingénierie acoustique, Paris, France

The project was ordered by a Swiss watchmaker. The aim was to modelize and optimize the acoustic of a minute repeater on one of the high range item made by the watchmaker. Therefore we based our work on a simplified geometry made by Creo. The mesh model includes the gongs, the bottom ... Saiba Mais

Simulation of Adsorption Mechanisms of Methane and Carbon Dioxide in Shale Matrix

J. G. Moreira [1], A. L. Manriquez [1],
[1] Texas A&M University - Kingsville, Kingsville, TX, USA

The aim of this research is to contribute with the development of Carbon Capture and Storage techniques by studying carbon dioxide (CO2) adsorption mechanisms in shale reservoirs. Gas desorption is considered a major gas production mechanism and has a relevant role in shale gas ... Saiba Mais

Geologic Carbon Storage: Implications of Two-Phase Flow on Injection-Induced Stress on Faults

S. Prasun [1], S. Kim [2], S. A. Hosseini [3],
[1] Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, USA
[2] Department of Civil Engineering University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Omaha, NE, USA
[3] Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas - Austin, Austin, TX, USA

Geologic carbon storage that involves injecting carbon dioxide (CO2) into a subsurface sequestration site provides the vital approach for reducing CO2 emissions into atmosphere and thus addressing climate change issue. One challenge associated with CO2 geologic storage is that pore ... Saiba Mais

Comprehensive Numerical Modeling of Filamentary RRAM Device

D. Niraula [1], V. Karpov [1],
[1] University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, USA

Resistive random-access memory (RRAM) is a non-volatile memory that operates via resistive switching between the insulating (OFF) and conducting (ON) states, representing the logical ‘0’ and ‘1’ binary states, in response to external bias. Attributes such as high memory density, fast ... Saiba Mais

Magnetic Control of Deformation of a Ferrofluid Droplet in Simple Shear Flow

C. Wang [1], M. R. Hassan [1],
[1] Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, USA

This study investigates the effect of uniform magnetic field on the deformation of a ferrofluid droplet in a two dimensional (2D) simple shear flow by means of numerical simulation. The magnetic field is applied in a perpendicular direction to the flow direction. A numerical scheme ... Saiba Mais

Design and Simulation of a MEMS-Based Ultrasonic Transducer for Viscosity Sensing Applications

Rahul Goyal [1], Divya Mohan Yadav [1],
[1] Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Technologies based on micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS) present advantages for rheological applications as they enable the fabrication of smaller sensors with faster response times. In this work we propose fabrication parameters and simulation of a MEMS viscometer. This research ... Saiba Mais

Development and Analysis of Solid-State Batteries through Implementation of the COMSOL® Platform

J. Neyra [1], R. Acacio [1], S. Miorana [1], T. Garrison [1], C. Coddington [1], C. Scaduto [1], K. Baldwin [1], R. Integlia [1],
[1] Florida Polytechnic University, Lakeland, FL, USA

This report explores the utilization of COMSOL® to investigate material properties and perform finite element analysis in solid-state batteries. Over the years, the increase of energy density in Lithium-Ion batteries has begun to plateau. The impact of mainstream consumer electronics ... Saiba Mais

Damage Simulation of Fracture Asperity in Geothermal Systems

C. Zeng [1], W. Deng [1],
[1] Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, USA

Mechanical simulation at one pair of asperity contact has been conducted using the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and the Structural Mechanics Module to study the sliding friction of rock fractures surface as real fracture surface contact slides driven by pressure solution. The evolving ... Saiba Mais

Design and Simulation of 3D Printed Check Valves Using Fluid-Structure Interaction

A. M. Melvin [1], T. J. Roussel [1],
[1] Department of Bioengineering, J.B. Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA

Passive, one-way valves, also known as check valves, while common at the macro scale, are an essential microfluidic feature that facilitate flow rectification. These structures are also commonly used in reciprocating micropump configurations to control flow. Their operation can be ... Saiba Mais