COMSOL is a global provider of simulation software for product design and research to technical enterprises, research labs, and universities. Its COMSOL Multiphysics® product is an integrated software environment for creating physics-based models and simulation applications. A particular strength is its ability to account for coupled or multiphysics phenomena.
Add-on products expand the simulation platform for electromagnetics, structural, acoustics, fluid flow, heat transfer, and chemical applications. Interfacing tools enable the integration of COMSOL Multiphysics® simulations with all major technical computing and CAD tools on the CAE market.
Simulation experts rely on COMSOL Compiler™ and COMSOL Server™ to deploy applications to their design teams, manufacturing departments, test laboratories, and customers throughout the world. Founded in 1986, COMSOL has 19 offices worldwide and extends its reach with a network of distributors.
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Simulation-led workflows now dominate early-stage device design and have edged into bench testing and validation.
Simulation applications and the tools used to distribute them are ushering in a new era of product development to organizations around the world. By democratizing simulation, companies can develop better products faster, using the specialized expertise of each team member
Designer-friendly tools are on the rise, but some make the establishment uneasy.
Digital Engineering discusses the democratization of simulation with Phil Kinnane of COMSOL.
COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.6 brings faster and more memory lean solvers, efficient CAD assembly handling, clip planes, layout templates for building apps and more.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
New release includes faster solvers, better handling of CAD assembly, new graphics features, and new modules for fuel cells, electrolyzers, polymer flow, and control systems.
Acoustic Simulation Experts from COMSOL and Dassault Systemes Simulia Discuss Audio Analysis in Automotive
Breaking down the role of acoustics analysis in electric and autonomous vehicle development.
Incorporating human body models as part of simulation-driven design improves design outcomes, resulting in highly personalized, safer products.