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COMSOL Version 5.6

Cascaded Cavity Filter

Cascaded Cavity Filter

A multiphysics model of a cascaded cavity filter operating in the millimeter-wave 5G band, including temperature changes and thermal stress. The visualization demonstrates the new functionality for partial transparency.

Clip Plane

Clip Plane

An electric motor simulation in COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.6, where a clip plane is used for easier access to the inside of the model for assigning material properties and loads.

Heat Pipe

Heat Pipe

Temperature and flow field in a heat pipe. The thermodynamics properties for the vapor-liquid system are calculated using features in the Liquid & Gas Properties Module.

Impact Analysis of a Golf Ball

Impact Analysis of a Golf Ball

A transient contact simulation of striking a golf ball with an iron.

Microspeaker Acoustics

Microspeaker Acoustics

Acoustic velocity and thermal perturbations showing vortex shedding as a large-amplitude pressure wave interacts with a grid with small narrow slits. This type of nonlinear thermoviscous acoustics effect is important in the analysis of high-fidelity mobile device loudspeakers.

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzer

Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzer

Gas volume fraction in a polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolyzer used for hydrogen production, analyzed with the new Fuel Cell & Electrolyzer Module.

Slot Die Coating

Slot Die Coating

A slot die coating simulated with the new Polymer Flow Module. Fluid flow models such as this one also see major performance improvements in COMSOL Multiphysics version 5.6.

Submarine Target Strength

Submarine Target Strength

Submarine target strength visualization using the new boundary element method (BEM) formulation suitable for large simulations. The scattered field sound pressure level is here computed for 1.5 kHz in water, 100 m from the submarine.