管伟明 , 聂欣 ,
H. Kokabi , G. Chen , N.-E. Belhadj-Tahar ,
 Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Electromagnetic and thermal simulations are achieved using COMSOL Multiphysics® with 2D axisymmetrical finite–element method for a percutaneous microwave hyperthermia system with ex–vivo experiments on different biological tissues. Temperature variation and distribution are studied in the biological tissues submitted to an open ended coaxial cable as microwave applicator. Three types of heat ...
S. C. Chidananda, R. C. Thiagarajan ,
 ATOA Scientific Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore, Karnataka,India.
3D printing is projected as the next industrial revolution. Most of the available 3D printers are small scale 3D printers. Current Industrial need is for Large scale 3D Printers to manufacture realistic 3D Printed products effectively with less cost compared to commercial production process and operations. . In this simulation process the mechanism movements in a complex 3D printer design are ...
L. T. Gritter , E. Dunlop , J. S. Crompton , K. C. Koppenhoefer 
 AltaSim Technologies, Columbus, OH, USA
 Pan Pacific Technologies Pty Ltd, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Photo-bioreactors generate biomass by providing a controlled environment for the cultivation of algae due to photosynthesis. Algae cultivation can be controlled through the operating parameters and bioreactor environment to allow for high productivity and the use of systems with large surface-to-volume ratios offers maximum efficiency in the use of light compared to alternative batch systems. ...
程屾 , 刑燕好 
随着电力工业的快速发展，母线板作为汇集、分配和传送电能的装置，广泛应用于各个电工领域。由于流过母线板的电流一般较大，其温升发热问题不容忽视。该问题涉及电磁场、温度场、流场及位移场等多个物理场的综合。为了更好地研究其发热散热问题，本文采用 COMSOL Multiphysics® 多物理场直接耦合分析软件，基于有限元理论，在考虑设备几何形状和材料物理特性影响的基础上，对母线板进行三维建模。分别在瞬态和稳态情况下对母线板进行电—热—力耦合场分析，电—热—流耦合场分析，从而研究母线板的温度、电流密度分布规律和由于热膨胀引起的形变大小。最后加入层流，分析在考虑气流冷却效应时，母线板的散热情况，并对仿真结果进行研究分析。
A. Pérez Rodríguez , L. Marques Antunes Ferreira ,
 CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
A new electrochemical polishing facility will be built at CERN to process copper radiofrequency structures and this in the framework of the Future Circular Collider study. This polishing installation will be designed and assembled so that the necessary working conditions to achieve the ultimate limits of this technique are ensured. The main working variables like potential, current density, bath ...
M. Aydin , A. Gultekin ,
 Energy Institute, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Greenhouses need heating supply most of the time of a year. Their heating demands are high and economical heating systems are very important for this kind of facilities. Horizontal ground source heat pump systems are getting more interest last years for being easy to apply and low initial cost. However, they need a wide area to apply. In this study, the heating system of a greenhouse is ...
Simulation of Neurotransmitter Sensing by Cyclic Voltammetry under Mechanical Motion of a Neural Electrode
S. Han , M. Polanco , S. Bawab , H. Yoon 
 Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA, USA
 Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA
Neural electrodes for sensing neurotransmitters are embedded within the brain, detecting electrical signals produced by kinetic reaction of neurotransmitters in the brain. Sensing utilizes cyclic voltammetry (CV), which applies sweeping potentials to identify chemical kinetics of neurotransmitters. During in-vivo sensing, electrochemical sensing signals can be significantly disturbed by internal ...
COMSOL Grab Bag: How to Use a Versatile CFD Code to Model Interesting Problems from Cryogenic Storage to Biofuel Production
Senior Research Engineer,
NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH, USA
Emily Nelson received her PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. She is a senior research engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center and specializes in the formulation and solution of problems in microgravity science, multiphase flow, porous media, risk analysis, and gravitational biology. This leads her to fundamental and applied approaches on a range of issues ...
Using Perturbation Force Analysis for the Design of a Levitronc: an Application of Magnetic Levitation
Z. De Grève[1,2], C.Versèle, and J.Lobry
Faculty of Engineering, Mons, Belgium
Belgian Fund for Research, F.R.S./FNRS, ResearchFellow, Belgium
The Levitron offers an interesting demonstration of natural magnetic levitation using permanent magnets. It is composed by a small magnetized top and a circular magnetized base with a hole on its center. The top is placed in an area where magnetic field configuration and gyroscopic torques allow the existence of a locus of stable equilibrium. In this paper, we intend to dimension and realize a ...