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Papers and Presentations from the COMSOL Conference 2018

At the COMSOL Conference 2018, scientists and engineers from around the globe showcased their multiphysics simulation projects. See how researchers in your industry are currently using numerical modeling to optimize designs, streamline processes, and improve products by browsing the technical papers and presentations below. Use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area or conference location.

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Keynote Talk: How Nexans Increases the Cost-Effectiveness of Cable Assets Using Multiphysics Simulation

Adrien Charmetant
Nexans Research Center, France

Nexans provides an extensive range of cable solutions to worldwide actors of the electricity value chain, from generation to consumption. Recent evolutions in the global electricity market, such as the targets for increasing the share of renewable energy and decreasing energy ... Read More

Keynote Talk: COMSOL® Used as Core Technology for Development of RF/Microwave and High-Speed Digital Connectors

[1] E. Gebhard
Signal Microwave, Scottsdale, AZ, USA [1]

Signal Microwave designs and builds coaxial connectors for microwave and high-speed digital applications. This includes wireless systems, radar, 5G, optical systems, test equipment, back planes, etc. The COMSOL® software is one of our core technologies and is used to design virtually ... Read More

Keynote Talk: Simulation-Based Approach to STEM Challenges

I. Milanovic [1]
[1] University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, USA

A new pedagogical approach to STEM challenges is currently implemented in the mechanical engineering program at the University of Hartford. This approach combines problem- and inquiry-based learning, simulations and apps with the COMSOL Multiphysics® software, and emphasizes the ... Read More

Keynote Talk: Upgrading Synchroton Light Sources with COMSOL Server™

N. Goldring [1]
[1] RadiaSoft, LLC., Boulder, CO, USA

Next-generation synchrotron light sources are creating orders-of-magnitude brighter X-rays by reducing horizontal emittance. This requires the bending magnet pole tips to be closer to the electron beam axis, which in turn requires smaller vacuum chambers. The resultant design challenges ... Read More

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