Layered materials are designed to define simple-to-advanced layered structures that are usually too thin to be explicitly represented in a model geometry. In this webinar, you will learn how to use the layered material functionality in COMSOL Multiphysics® to simulate heat transfer in layered structures, like thin shells and composite materials.
During the webinar, we will demonstrate how to use the preprocessing tools to define and visualize layer thickness, orientation, and material properties. We will define single-physics and multiphysics models on a layered material and use the dedicated postprocessing features to explore the simulation results.
The layered material functionality is supported for structural mechanics, heat transfer, and electric current simulation and is designed to handle multiphysics couplings.
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Nicolas Huc joined COMSOL France in 2004 and is currently the head of their development team. He is also the manager of the Heat Transfer Module. Nicolas studied engineering at ENSIMAG before receiving his PhD in living system modeling from Joseph Fourier University.