COMSOL Multiphysics

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Free Download COMSOL Multiphysics 5.6.0.341 full version for Windows & Linux it is a simulation platform that encompasses all of the steps in the modeling workflow — from defining geometries, material properties, and the physics that describe specific phenomena to solving and postprocessing models for producing accurate and trustworthy results.

Engineers and scientists use the COMSOL Multiphysics software to simulate designs, devices, and processes in all fields of engineering, manufacturing, and scientific research.

With COMSOL Multiphysics, you will be able to account for coupled or multiphysics phenomena. With more than 30 add-on products to choose from, you can further expand the simulation platform with dedicated physics interfaces and tools for electrical, mechanical, fluid flow, and chemical applications. Additional interfacing products connect your COMSOL Multiphysics simulations with technical computing, CAD, and ECAD software.

Features of Comsol Multiphysics

  • Multiphysics Modeling Provides Accurate Results
  • Follow a Consistent Modeling Workflow
  • Geometry Modeling and Interfacing with CAD Software
  • Predefined Interfaces and Features for Physics-Based Modeling
  • Transparency and Flexibility via Equation-Based Modeling
  • Automated and Manual Meshing
  • Study Step Sequences, Parameter Studies, and Optimization
  • State-of-the-Art Numerical Methods for Accurate Solutions
  • Extended Visualization and Postprocessing Tools for Publication-Ready Modeling Results
  • Close the Gaps Between Analysis, Design, and Production by Building Simulation Apps

System Requirements and Technical Details

These requirements are common to all platforms

  • A working network card and Internet connection is recommended during installation.
  • At least 1 GB memory, but 4 GB per processor core or more is recommended.
  • 1-5 GB of disk space, depending on your licensed products and installation options.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.0 or later to view and print the COMSOL documentation in PDF format.
Operating System Requirements

64-bit Operating Systems:
Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista
Windows Server 2012 R2 , Windows Server 2012 , Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2008 , Windows HPC Server 2008 R2, Windows HPC Server 2008

Platform:All PlatformsVersions:All versions

Problem Description

How do I take advantage of the symmetries in my COMSOL model?

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Solution

Using Symmetries to Reduce Model Size

By using symmetries in a model you can reduce its size by one-half or more, making this an efficient tool for solving large problems. This applies to the cases where the geometries and modeling assumptions include symmetries. The most important types of symmetries are axial symmetry and symmetry and antisymmetry planes or lines.

  • Axial Symmetry is common for cylindrical and similar 3D geometries. If the geometry is axisymmetric, there are variations in the radial (r) and vertical (z) direction only and not in the angular () direction. You can then solve a 2D problem in the rz-plane instead of the full 3D model, which can save considerable memory and computation time. Many COMSOL Multiphysics physics interfaces are available in axisymmetric versions and take the axial symmetry into account.
  • Symmetry and Antisymmetry Planes or Lines are common in both 2D and 3D models. Symmetry means that a model is identical on either side of a dividing line or plane. For a scalar field, the normal flux is zero across the symmetry line. In structural mechanics, the symmetry conditions are different. Antisymmetry means that the loading of a model is oppositely balanced on either side of a dividing line or plane. For a scalar field, the dependent variable is 0 along the antisymmetry plane or line. Structural mechanics applications have other antisymmetry conditions. Many physics interfaces have symmetry conditions directly available as features.

To take advantage of symmetry planes and symmetry lines, all of the geometry, material properties, and boundary conditions must be symmetric, and any loads or sources must be symmetric or antisymmetric. You can then build a model of the symmetric portion, which can be half, a quarter, or an eighth of the full geometry, and apply the appropriate symmetry (or antisymmetry) boundary conditions.

Thermal Contact Resistance Between an Electronic Package and a Heat Sink example with symmetry planes indicated as grey workplanes. Only one sixteenth of the model geometry is used for computing the solution.

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Examples

For an example of using a symmetry plane in Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer, see the model Free Convection.

The above shown model Thermal Contact Resistance Between an Electronic Package and a Heat Sink is available among the Heat Transfer Module examples.

For an example of high-frequency electromagnetic applications with symmetry planes, see the model Microwave Oven from the RF Module.

The model Muffler with Perforates, available in the Acoustics Module, simulates a car muffler with perforated baffles and pipes for a range of frequencies.

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For an overview of symmetry in magnetic field modeling, see: Exploiting Symmetry to Simplify Magnetic Field Modeling

Possible Pitfalls

In structural mechanics there are some cases when the results are not purely symmetric even though the problem at first may look so.

  • Eigenfrequencies in symmetric structures can be both symmetric and antisymmetric. You need to do two studies of half the geometry, one with each set of boundary conditions, in order to capture all the eigenfrequencies. If there are multiple symmetries (like modeling a quarter of a structure) all permutations of boundary conditions must be considered.
  • In linearized buckling analysis, the lowest buckling mode of a symmetric structure can in the same way be either symmetric or antisymmetric.
  • Axial symmetry can only be used to find axially symmetric eigenmodes in the case of eigenvalue analysis (eigenfrequency or buckling).
  • Antisymmetric boundary conditions are generally not compatible with geometrically non-linear analysis of solids since the constraint will remove some strain terms necessary to describe a finite rotation at the
    antisymmetry section.
Find More Information

For more tips on efficient modeling practices, see COMSOL Multiphysics Reference Manual, in the section Modeling Guidelines.

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