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Engineers, researchers, and scientists across industries use multiphysics simulation to research and develop innovative product designs and processes. Find inspiration in technical papers and presentations they have presented at the COMSOL Conference. Browse the selection below or use the Quick Search tool to find a specific presentation or filter by application area.
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Chemical Reaction under Highly Precise Microwave Irradiation

Satoshi Fujii et al.[1]

[1]Chiba University, Chiba, Chiba, Japan

Chemical reactions conducted under microwave irradiation have high reaction rates and high selectivity, but these reaction rates are not always reproducible. To achieve reproducibility, a solid-state microwave source with an ultra precise oscillator, high power amplifier module (HPA), ... Read More

Effect of Area of the Reaction Surface on the Capture Efficiency of Immunosensors

D. Rath [1], S. Panda [1],
[1] Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

With the progress of immunosensing technology, the detection of diseases at early stages is feasible using surface based heterogeneous immunosensors [1]. Literature contains few reports where it is verified that reaction spot of smaller size leads to high fractional occupancy of targets, ... Read More

Study of Particle Collection Using Magnets

M. D. Cheng [1],
[1] Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA

Airborne particles or aerosols are an unstable system with distributed properties among its individual particulate members. Its fundamental property such as particle size, composition, electrical conductivity, magnetic susceptibility, and morphology could change in response to ... Read More

Investigating a Tensor Formulation to describe the Magnetic Structure of Soft Magnetic Materials

O. Maloberti [1], M. Nesser [2], E. Salloum [2], J. Fortin [2], S. Panier [2], P. Dassonvalle [1], C. Pineau [3], M. Caruso [4], J-P. Birat [3], I. Tolleneer [4],
[1] ESIEE Amiens, France
[2] UPJV-LTI, France
[3] IRT-M2P, France
[4] CRM Group, France

Most of existing material representations [1], even including the dynamic hysteresis and iron losses [2], ignore local microscopic non-uniformities. These concern the magnetic structure (domains and walls [3]) and are mainly due to surface effects, anisotropy and exchange [4]. One ... Read More

Thermal and Laminar-Fluidic Workbench for a metric Portion of a Gun

M. Brun
Nexter Systems, Versailles, France

Part of a 120mm gun has been represented as a perforated conic iron solid, surrounded by an annular screen. Inside the gun are limit conditions of isolation or thermal flux. The screen is described as a shell, receiving solar heat and exchanging with the outside atmosphere. It bears a ... Read More

Beam Structure As an Acoustic Wave Sensor: A Study of the Effect of Sensor Design on Its Sensitivity to Noise

F. Akasheh[1], A. Biddle[1], W.S. Shepard Jr.[2], and B.B.B. Zhang[2]
[1]Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL, USA
[2]University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA

The detection and identification of the location of a sound source is commonly done using arrays of microphones. A recent new alternative approach has been proposed which involves the use of continuous structures, such as beams or plates, as acoustic wave sensors. The sound wave ... Read More

Wireless Power and Communications for Implantable Biosensors

C. Romero[1], M. Mujeeb-U-Rahman[1]
[1]California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA

Implantable biosensors have the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry by allowing patients and their health care providers to continuously monitor blood pH levels, pCO2, proteins, metabolites, and a wide variety of other biomolecules. These devices need to operate completely ... Read More

Application for Ultrasensitive Biosensing by Nanodevise

[1]Takatoki YAMAMOTO

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan[1]

It is possible to obtain novel functions using nano-scaled structures and related physics that are impossible to be realized by conventional macro-scale technology. Thus, we are trying to understand the physics dominated by nanostructure and to develop the biosensing applications. Here, ... Read More

An Automatic Modeling Approach for Optimized Positioning of an Electrostimulative Implant in the Human Femoral Head new

Y. Su[1], D. Kluess[1], W. Mittelmeier[1], M. Ellenrieder[1], U. van Rienen[2], R. Bader[1]
[1]Department of Orthopaedics, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany
[2]Institute of General Electrical Engineering, University of Rostock, Rostock, Germany

Introduction Electromagnetic stimulation is a common therapy to support bone healing in cases of avascular necrosis or pseudarthrosis. An electrostimulative screw implant (Asnis III s-series screw in Figure 1) is used to stimulate bone regeneration in the treatment of femoral head ... Read More

Computational Multiphysics to Optimize Humidification Chamber for a Novel PEM Fuel Cell Power System Used in Automobile Application new

M. Raja[1]
[1]Tata Motors, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells are quickly becoming an attractive technology due to their ability to meet increasing energy demands in a cleaner, more efficient way compared to existing methods. A fuel cell is an electrochemical device which converts the chemical energy of a ... Read More