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Fontes E.,Comsol Inc.
Chemical Engineering Progress | Year: 2015

Models can be used to describe chemical reactors to help solve problems and optimize processes, while saving time, money, and resources. Mathematical modeling of chemical reactors is based on fundamental conservation laws. When these laws are combined with equations based on constitutive relations, thermodynamics, and reaction kinetics, the model?s solutions are able to describe the composition, temperature, and pressure inside a chemical reactor. Kinetic and thermodynamic equations could be used to describe the diffusivity and the reaction term. In computer models, time and space can be discretized by elements to generate a numerical model with a high resolution. Models are validated to check that they are able to describe the real system. The validation can be both qualitative and quantitative. If a qualitative validation shows that the model describes the real reactor, quantitative validation can be performed based on parameter estimation.

Segui J.A.,Comsol Inc.
Solid State Technology | Year: 2013

The electrochemical etching of silicon in HF represents a versatile process that depends on many variables. The use of multiphysics simulation to investigate the impact of process variables will lead to a viable commercial process that is relevant for a range of substrate types and applications. This article is based on an article by A. Ivanov and U. Mescheder, "Dynamic Simulation of Electrochemical Etching of Silicon with lg COMSOL," presented at the COMSOL Conference 2012, October 10-12, 2012, Milan, Italy.

Foley A.,Comsol Inc.
Microwave Journal | Year: 2013

A team from the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton, Canada has found a way to combine the two systems, MRI and Linac. The first step in designing the Linac-MR was mitigating the electromagnetic interactions that take place between the linac and MR scanner, a process that requires an in-depth understanding of how one system affects the performance of the other. A linac, on the other hand, uses an RF waveguide to create an oscillating electromagnetic (EM) field that accelerates an electron beam toward a target, thereby producing the x-rays used to destroy tumor cells. The program works by taking several images per second during treatment, and then auto-contouring the images using an in-house software that determines the tumors shape and position. The accuracy of the motion-prediction software was determined using an MR tractable 'phantom' that was representative of a tumor. The Linac-MR prototype is currently undergoing its final tests, and the team is preparing the documentation required to seek governmental approval for the device to be used in clinical trials.

Modern aircraft such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are comprised of more than 50% carbon fibre composite requiring the addition of expanded metal foil for lightning strike protection. Researchers at Boeing are using environmental testing and simulation to verify that protective coatings on the metal foil will not fail due to thermal stress arising from a typical flight cycle.

Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, announced the signing of a frame contract agreement for the supply of terminals and relevant hub site equipment to Comsol (Comsol Networks (Pty) Ltd), a provider of novel B2B wireless services in South Africa. Intracom Telecom shall supply its latest generation of WiBAS™-OSDR, a Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) wireless system, along with company's network management system (uni|MS™). Intracom Telecom is currently implementing the first phase of the 5-year contract, while the total investment is estimated to reach 9 million USD. The company will be showcasing its advanced system at its stand C1, Hall 2 during the AfricaCom exhibition on 15-17 November 2016 in Cape Town, South Africa. Comsol has selected Intracom Telecom's WiBAS™-OSDR at the 28 GHz frequency band after an international tender, technical evaluation and extensive field testing of the offered systems, in order to offer superior open access Layer 2 last mile connectivity services, to its growing number of corporate customers in over 200 towns across South Africa. The product is the only one available worldwide to make full use of Comsol's expanded spectrum assets, reaching up to 56 MHz channel, and advanced networking features, enabling the service provider to implement high calibre services for its subscribers with a committed turnaround time of under 7 working days. Darren Morgan, Comsol Networks Chief Operating Officer, stated: "We selected Intracom Telecom's WiBAS™-OSDR platform based on the technical superiority of the radio as well as the networking and management features of the solution. Simply put, the OSDR product line offers the highest capacity per base station, allowing us to deliver exactly what the South African market wants; that is more capacity at a cheaper rate. Our long and successful business relationship with Intracom Telecom and its ability to continually develop more functionality within existing product sets as well as focus on R&D, also played a key role in the decision-making process." John Tenidis, Marketing Director of Intracom Telecom's wireless solutions portfolio, commented: "We are pleased to further enhance our long cooperation with Comsol, which started in 2011, excited to be part of their business success and ready to provide the South African enterprise customers with the highest quality of services and reliable connectivity. Our WiBAS™-OSDR provides the highest capacity in the industry, the best radio technology for uninterrupted service and the widest set of networking functions to help Comsol satisfy its strict requirements." Comsol Networks (Pty) Limited ("Comsol") is a recognised market leader and specialises in building customised terrestrial wireless access infrastructure for companies, government entities and parastatals of all sizes, across all sectors. Since its inception in 1997 Comsol has installed thousands of wireless connections across the African continent. Comsol has several licenses including an Individual Electronic Communication Network Services (I-ECNS) Licence, Individual Electronic Communication Services (I-ECS) License and, more importantly, several highly sought-after and strategic national spectrum licenses issued by ICASA. Comsol Fibre Network will be an open access, carrier grade network.  It will be available through major telcos, carriers, ISP and content providers.  Comsol Fibre Connect is medium agnostic, combining the best of fibre and high capacity, licensed band wireless technologies to offer products ranging from 2-Mbps up to 1-Gbps. Comsol is owned by Convergence Partners and Nedbank with the balance of the equity held by executive management. The company has a Level Two BBBEE rating, which comes from a mix of equity holding, procurement policies, enterprise development and corporate social investment projects. Comsol is managed by a strong executive team of individuals whose joint experience in both business development and the telecommunications market totals more than 65 years. Find out more at http://www.comsol.co.za Intracom Telecom is a global telecommunication systems & solutions vendor operating for over 35 years in the market. Intracom Telecom innovates in the areas of small-cell backhaul, wireless transmission and broadband wireless access and has successfully deployed its industry leading point-to-point and point-to-multipoint packet radio systems worldwide. Moreover, the company offers a competitive portfolio of revenue-generating telco software solutions and a complete range of ICT services, focusing on big data analytics, converged networking and cloud computing for operators and private, public and government clouds. The company invests significantly in R&D developing cutting-edge products and integrated solutions that ensure customer satisfaction. Over 100 customers in more than 70 countries choose Intracom Telecom for its state-of-the-art technology. The company employs more than 1,800 people and operates subsidiaries in Europe, Russia and the CIS, the Middle East and Africa, Asia and North America. For more information, visit http://www.intracom-telecom.com

News Article | March 2, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

NEW YORK, March 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The 15th annual "Create the Future" Design Contest (www.createthefuturecontest.com) is now open for submissions and runs through July 1, 2017.  Contestants are asked to submit innovative product design ideas that benefit society and the economy for t...

News Article | April 21, 2010
Site: www.designworldonline.com

SolidWorks Corporation has named COMSOL as one of its select Solution Partners. This program provides SolidWorks 3D CAD users with access to integrated products and services that can further boost productivity. In this case, COMSOL Multiphysics includes a feature in the CAD Import Module called the SolidWorks Live Connection, an easy-to-use bidirectional link that allows users to modify a geometry in the CAD environment and automatically transfer these changes to a linked multiphysics model based on that geometry. Just one user who enjoys great productivity gains from this link is Mark Fowler, Senior Engineer at Digital Fusion in Huntsville, Alabama. That firm's Advanced Technology Division provides a variety of engineering services to a broad base of customers in the defense and aerospace industries. “Our designs are extremely sensitive to their thermal and structural operating environments,” explains Fowler. “COMSOL provides a finite element analysis tool that allows us to study how our designs react to simulated conditions to which the hardware will be exposed. We use the SolidWorks Live Connection to interactively iterate our CAD designs based on the simulation results. This combination has allowed us to conduct studies in a short time, which helps increase our iteration rate for hardware designs.” Users first create a CAD model in SolidWorks and then initialize the connection from within COMSOL Multiphysics; in this step the connection translates the SolidWorks model into a COMSOL Multiphysics geometry. After assigning physics properties and boundary conditions, users conduct a series of studies on the model, such as heat transfer, fluid dynamics, or electromagnetic properties. When they suspect that a change in geometry could improve a model's performance, they return to SolidWorks and make an appropriate modification. They then update the COMSOL Multiphysics model to reflect the changes in the CAD model with a simple menu selection. The physics and boundary settings are saved between geometry updates, which saves a lot of time. A bidirectional link between a CAD geometry in SolidWorks (left) and the corresponding simulation in COMSOL Multiphysics (right) allows users to quickly examine the effects of changes to the geometry, which they can steer from either environment. Users can also initiate geometry changes from within COMSOL Multiphysics. To do so, they define variables, shared by both environments, that allow for parametric studies of the geometry. It is possible to automate this procedure, yet retain the underlying physics even when the geometry changes. About the COMSOL product line COMSOL Multiphysics is a scientific-software environment for the modeling and simulation of any physics-based system. It can account for multiphysics phenomena. Optional modules add discipline-specific tools for chemical engineering, earth science, electromagnetics, heat transfer, MEMS, and structural mechanics. The COMSOL products are available for the Windows, Linux, Solaris, and the Macintosh operating systems. Web: www.comsol.com About the COMSOL Group COMSOL was founded in 1986 in Stockholm, Sweden, and has grown to include offices in Benelux, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the US, with offices in Burlington, MA, Los Angeles, CA, and Palo Alto, CA. Web: www.comsol.com About SolidWorks SolidWorks Corporation, a Dassault Systèmes S. A. company, develops and markets software for design, analysis, and product data management. It is a leading supplier of 3D CAD technology, giving teams intuitive, high-performing software that helps them design better products. Web: www.solidworks.com

News Article | April 21, 2010
Site: www.rdmag.com

COMSOL Multiphysics is a software environment for the modeling and simulation of any physics-based system. It offers powerful solvers, accounts for multiphysics phenomena, and, according to the company, can tackle the most complex problems with speed and accuracy. Optional modules add supplementary discipline-specific tools for acoustics, chemical engineering, earth science, electromagnetics, heat transfer, MEMS, and structural analysis. COMSOL is used in AC/DC systems, acoustics, bioscience, earth science, education, electrostatics and magnetostatics, engineering applications, fluid dynamics, material science and nanotechnology, MEMS, microfluidics, optics and photonics, plasma physics, porous media flow, and more. The software is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Macintosh platform, and is available in 32- and 64-bit versions on a variety of different hardware platforms. The Windows, Linux, and Intel-Mac versions of COMSOL Multiphysics include full support for shared-memory parallel processing. Running on supported multicore platforms will speed up computations provided by the software. Anyone who has experience with modeling and simulation can learn to use COMSOL. COMSOL Multiphysics includes an interface with MATLAB, as well as bi-directional interfaces with recent versions of SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor. The CAD Import Module allows users to import their CAD models from various CAD packages. COMSOL Multiphysics was launched in 1998. Since then, the product line has evolved into a suite of simulation solutions. Version 3.5a, the newest version of the COMSOL Multiphysics software, was release in 2008.

ATHENS, Greece, November 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, announced the signing of a frame contract agreement for the supply of terminals and relevant hub site equipment to Comsol (Comsol Networks (Pty) Ltd), a provider...

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