From Model to Product in One Step

Phil Kinnane May 16, 2012

I am an avid reader of The Economist and always enjoy their coverage of technical and scientific subjects. In their issue from late April, they ran a special insert on Manufacturing and Innovation, which was a great read. One of their articles was a report on 3D printing and how this is actually becoming an integral part of manufacturing in that the actual printing is mass producing parts and components.

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Fanny Littmarck May 14, 2012

The release of COMSOL 4.3 is a big deal. My colleagues have been working very hard on this release, and lately water cooler conversations have been less about sporting events and more about what’s coming in version 4.3, and when it will be ready. Many are saying that this is “our best release yet”. Now it’s finally time to unveil what the fuss around version 4.3 is all about — and we bring it to you first via the COMSOL […]

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Phil Kinnane May 11, 2012

A really exciting project has just been finished here at COMSOL, which was great to be a part of. The next issue of IEEE Spectrum will feature a special insert titled: Multiphysics Simulation. Sponsored by COMSOL, this is a special section that contains nine articles about simulation — a must read for all subscribers to IEEE Spectrum as well as others interested in modeling.

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David Kan May 10, 2012

“At 5:00 central time, June 5th 2012, Venus will transit the sun. It will not do so again until December 2117. The task at hand is to provide a live webcast of the transit as seen from Tulsa, OK.”

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Fanny Littmarck May 9, 2012

It’s almost time for our 3rd annual U.S. Government Modeling Event, so I wanted to give you an inside look at what it’s really all about.

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Phil Kinnane February 17, 2012

The blog post I wrote about Intel’s Concurrency Test produced some traffic, so I thought I would follow it up with some resources we have to support our users interested in modeling with clusters. First, I noticed a hugely popular thread in our Discussion Forum, with almost 11,000 views on the subject.

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Phil Kinnane February 3, 2012

I noticed a lot of activity when I posted the question concerning “FEM vs FVM” in a previous blog post, so I started looking into it a bit. A lot of people went to the COMSOL Discussion Forum thread on the matter, from the blog, which got me thinking that this must be a hot topic out there. Not Much Debate How disappointed I was when I typed ‘FEM vs FVM’ into Google and saw that there wasn’t much to […]

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Phil Kinnane January 31, 2012

An interesting discussion has been going on in the COMSOL Discussion Forum. What is the difference between the Finite Element Method (FEM) and the Finite Volume Method (FVM)?

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