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Comparing 2 Model Files in the COMSOL Multiphysics® Software

April 15, 2019

Why compare 2 model files? You can identify and correct errors in your current model, document and check differences between two versions of a model under development, and more…

Using Geometry Parts and Part Libraries in COMSOL Multiphysics®

February 22, 2019

If you’re working with a model that contains complex geometries, you can use geometry parts and the part libraries to streamline and simplify your model setup.

How to Create Custom Reports Using Report Templates

December 24, 2018

You can document and showcase your simulation setups and results with reports. To make this process more efficient, COMSOL Multiphysics® includes tools for creating easy-to-use report templates.

How to Customize the COMSOL Desktop® and Use Keyboard Shortcuts

December 11, 2018

Want to make your modeling processes more efficient? Check out these tricks for customizing the COMSOL Desktop® as well as a variety of useful keyboard shortcuts.

Can a Wine Cooler Actually Keep Your Beverage Cold?

August 17, 2017

When enjoying nice meals outside, some people use wine coolers to keep their beverages cold. But can a wine cooler actually keep a bottle of wine chilled, and if so, for how long?

How to Manage Multiple Solutions in COMSOL Multiphysics®

May 10, 2017

3 ways to manage multiple solutions in COMSOL Multiphysics®: Combine 2 solutions into 1, store the solutions in different data sets, or join the solutions to compare them.

Finding the Best Coal Arrangement for Even Heat in a Grill

January 25, 2017

Pizza on the grill? It’s actually quite delicious. Here, we use heat transfer modeling to determine how the grill’s coals should be arranged for even heating.

Why Doesn’t the Ice Cream in a Baked Alaska Melt?

November 18, 2016

One dessert that is sure to amaze your dinner guests is the baked Alaska. This classic treat consists of ice cream placed on a bed of sponge cake and covered in meringue. Although the dessert goes into a hot oven to caramelize the meringue, the ice cream inside surprisingly remains frozen. In this blog post, we use the heat transfer simulation capabilities of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software to find out how the baked Alaska works.


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