This event is part of MIT Independent Activities Period (IAP) 2017, for MIT affiliates only.
Hosted by Adrienne Bruno, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT.
You are invited to join us for an opportunity to advance your skills in multiphysics simulation. At this workshop, you will see the workflow of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and its capabilities for chemical engineering, heat transfer and structural mechanics modeling. You will leave with new skills to work on your own applications using your free two-week COMSOL Multiphysics trial. We understand that your time is valuable, so feel free to join us for only parts of the event.
View the schedule below and reserve your seat for this free event now.
- Get an introduction to the capabilities and the fundamental modeling workflow of COMSOL Multiphysics®
- Watch a live presentation of the entire analysis process via a practical example
- See how quick and easy it is to turn your sophisticated model into a specialized application that any engineer can use
- Perfectly mixed isothermal systems, perfectly mixed reacting systems, and reacting systems with spatial variation
- Diffusion and convection in diluted and concentrated solutions
- Mass and heat transfer within porous catalysts coupled with reaction chemistry
- Surface reactions, thermal effects, gas-phase reactions, porous catalysts, and optimization of yield and throughput
- Conduction, the diffusive transfer of heat through solids and fluids
- Convection, the transport of heat by moving fluids
- Radiation, the transfer of heat via infrared light
- How to couple these analyses together and to other physics such as structural mechanics, electromagnetics, and chemical reactions
- Flexible coupling of structural mechanics with all other physics, including heat transfer, fluid flow, and electromagnetics
- Contact modeling
- Nonlinear material laws, fatigue, and creep
- Shells, membranes, beams, and trusses
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This event is part of MIT Independent Activities Period (IAP): MIT IAP Page
For MIT affiliates only. Hosted by Adrienne Bruno, Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT.