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Opening the Path to Commercial Fusion Energy with Simulation

June 26, 2024

CFS has showcased the potential of high-temperature superconductor magnets and high-field tokamaks for fusion machines. Explore how they are using modeling and simulation in their work.

Using Simulation to Guide mRNA Vaccine Production

August 10, 2023

In recent times, lipid nanoparticles have gained public attention for their use in mRNA vaccine production. Read how Veryst Engineering is using simulation to help guide this process.

Developing Better Resonators for CMOS Technology

June 30, 2023

Sub-GHz technologies are used by the billions for home automation, infrastructure monitoring, and more. This growing demand calls for optimally designed RF filters and resonators.

Solving the Superconductor Teaching Challenge with Apps

March 13, 2023

Superconductors can be a challenging subject to teach. Explore how a professor is addressing this problem with an open-access web server that contains simulation apps.

A Practical Implementation of Multiphysics Topology Optimization

September 16, 2022

A guest blogger from GN Audio A/S introduces a multiphysics topology framework developed with the COMSOL Application Programming Interface and LiveLink™ for MATLAB®.

Designing Tidal Turbines That Are Safe for Marine Life

July 18, 2022

A guest blogger from Xi Engineering discusses how his organization is using acoustics simulation to study the impacts of tidal turbines on marine species.

Investigating Glacier Motion with Viscoelastic Ice Simulations

April 27, 2022

Researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) use viscoelastic ice simulations to study the occurrence of crevasses in glaciers and iceberg calving. Learn how here.

Characterizing Piezoelectric Sensors for Nondestructive Testing

December 16, 2021

Piezoelectric sensors must be carefully designed and calibrated. Simulation can help make this process more efficient…

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