In questa sezione troverete i lavori presentati alle Conferenze mondiali COMSOL. Le presentazioni descrivono ricerche e prodotti innovativi progettati con COMSOL Multiphysics da colleghi di tutto il mondo. I temi delle ricerche presentate abbracciano un'ampia gamma di settori produttivi e aree applicative, in ambito elettrico, meccanico, fluidodinamico e chimico. Lo strumento di Ricerca Rapida vi permetterà di trovare le presentazioni che si riferiscono all'area di vostro interesse.

Simulation of Piezoelectric Nanofibers for Harvesting Energy Applications - new

S. Rouabah[1], A. Chaabi[1]
[1]Electronics Department, Constantine University, Constantine, Algeria

In this work, we have taken a model which is simulated using COMSOL Multiphysics®. It was used as a tool to design, characterize and to simulate an example which is nanofibers based piezoelectric energy generators. The results are compared with other available sources but using with another materials. After applying a pressure on the top of surface of nanogenerator, the output parameters ...

MEMS Electrostatic Acoustic Pixel

A. Arevalo [1], D. Conchouso [1], D. Castro [1], I. G. Foulds [2],
[1] Computer, Electrical, & Mathematical Sciences & Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
[2] The University of British Columbia, School of Engineering, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The growth of the electronics industry demand better components for the electronic systems. Such components need to be improve to keep up with the evolution of the digital era. The loudspeaker design has not been changed for almost a century [1-5]. The acoustic transducer is the last analogue component needed for a true digital audio system. We want to validate the feasibility of using an ...

Scale-up Design of Ultrasound Irradiator for Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) Using COMSOL Multiphysics® Simulation

Z. Wei[1]
[1]The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA

Ultrasound is a promising green technology for the advanced oxidation process (AOP) since it adds no chemicals to the treated water. In this paper, COMSOL Multiphysics® was used as a tool to design and characterize an ultrasound irradiator with multi-stepped configuration, which aims to overcome disadvantages of typical irradiators and to enhance contaminant removal in large-scale water ...

Design and Simulation of Underwater Acoustic MEMS sensor

S. Prabhu [1], Nagbhushan [1],
[1] Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Silicon based MEMS have wide applications in under water sensors. This work aims one such applications, hydrophone. Hydrophone detects the pressure variations of acoustic signals and noise in the water and produces an output voltage proportional to the pressure. Here the attempt is made to design and simulate MEMS based underwater acoustic sensor whose working is based on piezoresistive physics. ...

Multiphysics Simulations of Automotive Muffler

A. Prasad [1], R. C Thiagarajan [1],
[1] ATOA Scientific Technologies, Bengaluru, India

This paper deals with the numerical experiments for early prediction of muffler performance at the design stage. In this experiment, a Reactive Muffler is developed and validated numerically compared to traditional built and test process.


陆晓 [1], 温周斌 [1],
[1] 浙江中科电声研发中心,嘉善,浙江,中国

使用 COMSOL Multiphysics® 仿真轴对称扬声器一般可采用 2D 轴对称模型,但在这种坐标系下无法建立扬声器测量中常用的矩形障板模型,而选择计算安装在无限大障板上扬声器的声特性,其仿真计算结果又与常见的标准障板上的测量结果在中低频段存在较大差异。 为了使无限大障板上的仿真结果与标准障板(或其它有限大障板)上的测量结果相一致,提出一种方法,利用 COMSOL 软件的 Parameter Sweep 功能,通过多次进行 2D 轴对称的电磁场、结构力学和声学三场耦合的扬声器仿真计算及相应后处理,得到安装在有限大障板上的扬声器正前方的声特性。 采用该方法可在较短时间内比较准确地计算得到安装在任意形状的有限大障板上的扬声器的声压级和谐波失真等特性。如图1和图2所示,采用该方法得到的声压级和总谐波失真曲线(红色),与测量结果(黑色)趋势和细节都比较一致。 ...

Simulation of Acoustic Energy Harvesting Using Piezoelectric Plates in a Quarter-Wavelength Straight-Tube Resonator

B. Li[1], J.H. You[1]
[1]Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA

An acoustic energy harvesting mechanism at low frequency (~200 Hz) using lead zirconate titanate (PZT) piezoelectric cantilever plates placed inside a quarter-wavelength straight-tube resonator has been studied using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.3 and compared with experimental data. When the tube resonator is excited by an incident wave at its acoustic eigenfrequency, an amplified acoustic resonant ...

Modeling and Testing of Carbon-Fiber Doubly-Resonant Underwater Acoustic Transducer

A. Morozov[1]
[1]Teledyne Technologies Inc., Falmouth, MA, USA

This paper describes the COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation and the test of a low-frequency (500Hz) sound source for long-range acoustic communications. This design uses innovative carbon-fiber composite materials.To meet the demand for the frequency range the doubly resonant organ pipe resonator was suggested. A multi-resonant system usually needs a precise, complicated adjustment of its ...

Simulation of a New PZT Energy Harvester with a Lower Resonance Frequency Using COMSOL Multiphysics® - new

H. Elbahr[1], T. Ali[1,2], A. Badawi[1], S. Sedky[1]
[1]Zewail City of Science and Technology - Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
[2]Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt

Energy harvesting from environmental vibration nowadays is feasible because of natural oscillations like that caused by air or liquid flow and by exhalation or the heartbeat of a human body. This vibration frequency is typically low (in order of less than 1 kHz). Accordingly, low-frequency vibration based energy harvesting systems are an important research topic; these systems can be used for ...

SAW Sensors for Surgical Arm using Piezoelectric Devices

Rakesh Kumar Pati [1], SK Mohammed ali[1], Sakuntala Mahapatra[1], Millee Panigrahi[1]
[1]MEMS Design Centre, Dept. of ETC, Trident Academy of Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Despite of the existing successful clinical applications, however, the interaction, i.e. artificial sensing, between the robot and the patient is still very limited. With the help of various cameras, vision is almost the only feeling that a robot can have. In order to imitate the human skin, various signals e.g., the strength of pressure, change of strength, speed and acceleration should be ...