Fanny Littmarck | June 19, 2012

It’s no news that multiphysics simulations can help companies build better products, and every day COMSOL users bring new product designs or ideas for improvements to life. That said, every so often someone does something particularly fascinating. If you’re following along the email communications from AltaSim Technologies you will receive a technology breakthrough message this week. This latest email from AltaSim is bringing attention to an important clean energy project they are working on with Dais Analytic for the U.S. […]

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David Kan | June 18, 2012

Version 4.3 was released just a few weeks ago, and it has already generated a lot of buzz. With three new products and many enhancements, there is a lot to sink your teeth into. Not the least of these enhancements are the “little things” — small usability improvements that can make life a lot easier (and modeling more efficient) for COMSOL users.

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Phil Kinnane | June 15, 2012

Previously, I wrote a blog post about Fiat using modeling to simulate the cooling of their lithium-ion battery packs. This got me wondering how lithium-ion batteries actually get hot in the first place.

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Fanny Littmarck | June 14, 2012

Did you miss the webinar we held earlier this month introducing our new release? You will have a second chance at partaking on June 21st. This live online session is hosted by IOP and is scheduled to take place at a convenient time for our European audience, but the event is open to anyone who wishes to attend.

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Phil Kinnane | June 13, 2012

This was the sentiment shared by Michele Gosso of Centre Richerche Fiat in Italy. On the forefront of designing electric and hybrid vehicles in the small truck market, Fiat will soon be introducing this technology to their famous Fiat 500.

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Phil Kinnane | June 12, 2012

It’s long been known that a danger with corrosion is that it compromises the structures that it affects. This is particularly relevant for the naval industry where material failure leads to leaks and the like. Now, another danger is becoming apparent.

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Phil Kinnane | June 11, 2012

Before you drink your next pint of Guinness, have a close look at the bubbles in the brew, and see if they sink. Apparently they do. Now a group of scientists from the University of Limerick in Ireland (where else?) has modeled the phenomenon of sinking bubbles in Guinness beer to lend weight to this finding and provide a theoretical explanation.

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Fanny Littmarck | June 8, 2012

After reading about the COMSOL users over at MACCOR in David’s blog post I decided to watch Venus’ transit of the sun live via their online stream from Tulsa, OK. This was a once in a lifetime opportunity that I, like many people around the world, did not want to miss.

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Valerio Marra | June 7, 2012

The early bird abstract submission deadline for the Milan conference is in two weeks. By uploading your abstract by June 22nd you will receive a reduced registration rate.

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Jinlan Huang | June 7, 2012

It’s already the month of June, and the early bird abstract submission deadline for this year’s conference in Boston is nearly upon us. June 15th marks the last day of the opportunity to receive a reduced registration fee of $195 for those who want to submit an abstract.

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Vineet Dravid | June 7, 2012

The early bird abstract submission deadline for the COMSOL Conference Bangalore is approaching soon, on 13th July. Submitting the abstract by this date gives you access to conference registration at a reduced rate. You can find submission and conference details on the Bangalore Call for Papers page.

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