If you have a working knowledge of COMSOL Multiphysics and are ready to learn advanced modeling techniques, this is the course for you. During the 2-day course, you will learn how to simulate coupled physical phenomena by combining different predefined interfaces in a single model. During the second day, you will also learn how to couple several components using operators and employ methods such as submodeling. View more course topics in the list below.
To teach this course, we use a combination of guided hands-on training, theoretical and practical lecture, and self-guided hands-on training. You will leave the course feeling confident that you are correctly solving your advanced simulation problems with COMSOL Multiphysics.
An essential component of any FEM calculation is also the meshing of geometry. Meshing options provided by COMSOL Multiphysics are presented in a chapter of this course. The system of equations to be solved is then derived from mesh. Therefore solver settings are also discussed.
- Meshing strategies
- Mesh Control Operations
- Moving Meshes
- Study types
- Coupling interfaces manually
- Model Couplings (Submodeling, Coupling of 2D and 3D models)
- Solver settings
- Linear solvers
- Nonlinear solvers
- Time dependent solver
The course will be held in English. Personal assistance is also available in German. We will provide laptops.
Participants are assumed to have a working knowledge of COMSOL Multiphysics, therefore this course should be completed after attending the course "Modeling with COMSOL - Part I".
- 1195,- Euro + VAT
- 795,- Euro + VAT (academic rate)
Including lunch, coffee breaks and course material.
Please register via the registration form below or via mail, fax or e-mail. A binding contract over participation at this event becomes effective after receiving a registration confirmation.
Please review our course cancellation/return policies. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Comsol Multiphysics GmbH
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