Equation-Based Modeling for Custom Simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics
- Introduction (0:00)
- Equation-Based Modeling (4:49)
- Coefficient Form of Poisson's Equation (12:29)
- Coefficient Form of the Helmoltz Equation (26:04)
- Transient Heat Diffusion (35:58)
- Global and Local Accumulation of Heat (41:27)
- Distributed Algebraic Equations (46:27)
- Q&A Session (50:09)
- How to Try COMSOL Multiphysics (52:58)
Equation-based modeling enables custom simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics and is a powerful method that further extends the many capabilities already available in the product suite. Watch the webinar to learn how to implement custom models in the COMSOL environment using partial differential equations (PDEs) to translate the laws of nature into mathematical models. Convenient mathematics interfaces in COMSOL Multiphysics provide a straightforward approach to define a custom model without the need to write your own subroutines. Specific examples of equation-based modeling incorporating ordinary differential equations (ODE) and algebraic equations are also presented in this video.
The demonstration features applications including phase change, custom materials definitions, and time-dependent loads and sources.