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Preface | p. ix |
Introduction | p. xi |
Modeling Methodology Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 1 |
Guidelines for New COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x Modelers | p. 2 |
Hardware Considerations | p. 2 |
Simple Model Setup Overview | p. 4 |
Basic Problem Formulation and Implicit Assumptions | p. 8 |
ID Window Heat Flow Models | p. 9 |
1D 1 Pane Window Heat Flow Model | p. 10 |
1D 2 Pane Window Heat Flow Model | p. 30 |
1D 3 Pane Window Heat Flow Model | p. 42 |
First Principles as Applied to Model Definition | p. 53 |
Some Common Sources of Modeling Errors | p. 54 |
References | p. 55 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 56 |
Materials Properties Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 57 |
Materials Properties Guidelines and Considerations | p. 57 |
COMSOL Materials Properties Sources | p. 58 |
Other Materials Properties Sources | p. 59 |
Material Property Entry Techniques | p. 60 |
Multi-Pane Window Model | p. 61 |
References | p. 78 |
0D Electrical Circuit Interface Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 79 |
Guidelines for Electrical Circuit Interface Modeling in 4.x | p. 80 |
Electrical/Electronic Circuit Considerations | p. 80 |
Simple Electrical Circuit Interface Model Setup Overview | p. 89 |
Basic Problem Formulation and Implicit Assumptions | p. 92 |
0D Basic Circuit Models | p. 93 |
0D Resistor-Capacitor Series Circuit Model | p. 93 |
0D Inductor-Resistor Series Circuit Model | p. 99 |
0D Series-Resistor Parallel-Inductor-Capacitor Circuit Model | p. 105 |
0D Basic Circuit Models Analysis and Conclusions | p. 112 |
First Principles as Applied to 0D Model Definition | p. 113 |
References | p. 114 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 115 |
1D Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphasics 4.x | p. 117 |
Guidelines for 1D Modeling in 4.x | p. 117 |
1D Modeling Considerations | p. 118 |
1D Basic Models | p. 119 |
1D KdV Equation Model | p. 119 |
1D Telegraph Equation Model | p. 133 |
1D Spherically Symmetric Transport Model | p. 151 |
1D Spherically Symmetric Transport Model Animation | p. 167 |
First Principles as Applied to 1D Model Definition | p. 168 |
References | p. 169 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 170 |
2D Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 171 |
Guidelines for 2D Modeling in 4.x | p. 171 |
2D Modeling Considerations | p. 172 |
2D Basic Models | p. 177 |
2D Electrochemical Polishing Model | p. 177 |
2D Hall Effect Model | p. 201 |
First Principles as Applied to 2D Model Definition | p. 217 |
References | p. 217 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 218 |
2D Axisymmetric Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 221 |
Guidelines for 2D Axisymmetric Modeling in 4.x | p. 221 |
2D Axismmetric Modeling Considerations | p. 222 |
2D Axisymmetric Basic Models | p. 226 |
2D Axisymmetric Cylinder Conduction Model | p. 226 |
2D Axisymmetric Transient Heat Transfer Model | p. 240 |
First Principles as Applied to 2D Axisymmetric Model Definition | p. 257 |
References | p. 257 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 258 |
2D Simple Mixed Mode Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 259 |
Guidelines for 2D Simple Mixed Mode Modeling in 4.x | p. 259 |
2D Simple Mixed Mode Modeling Considerations | p. 260 |
2D Simple Mixed Mode Models | p. 266 |
2D Electric Impedance Sensor Model | p. 266 |
2D Metal Layer on a Dielectric Block Model | p. 282 |
First Principles as Applied to 2D Simple Mixed Mode Model Definition | p. 303 |
References | p. 304 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 305 |
2D Complex Mixed Mode Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 307 |
Guidelines for 2D Complex Mixed Mode Modeling in 4.x | p. 307 |
2D Complex Mixed Mode Modeling Considerations | p. 308 |
2D Complex Mixed Mode Models | p. 315 |
2D Copper Electroplating Model | p. 315 |
2D Electrocoalescence Oil/Water Separation Model | p. 340 |
First Principles as Applied to 2D Complex Mixed Mode Model Definition | p. 374 |
References | p. 374 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 376 |
3D Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 377 |
Guidelines for 3D Modeling in 4.x | p. 377 |
3D Modeling Considerations | p. 378 |
3D Models | p. 382 |
3D Spiral Coil Microinductor Model | p. 382 |
3D Linear Microresistor Beam Model | p. 399 |
First Principles as Applied to 3D Model Definition | p. 430 |
References | p. 431 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 432 |
Perfectly Matched Layer Models Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 433 |
Guidelines for Perfecdy Matched Layer (PML) Modeling in 4.x | p. 433 |
Perfecdy Matched Layer (PML) Modeling Guidelines and Coordinate Considerations | p. 434 |
Perfecdy Matched Layer Models | p. 437 |
2D Concave Metallic Mirror PML Model | p. 437 |
2D Energy Concentrator PML Model | p. 461 |
First Principles as Applied to PML Model Definition | p. 485 |
References | p. 486 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 486 |
Bioheat Models Using COMSOL Multiphysics 4.x | p. 489 |
Guidelines for Bioheat Modeling in 4.x | p. 489 |
Bioheat Modeling Considerations | p. 490 |
Bioheat Transfer Models | p. 493 |
2D Axisymmetric Tumor Laser Irradiation Model | p. 494 |
2D Axisymmetric Microwave Cancer Therapy Model | p. 517 |
First Principles as Applied to Bioheat Model Definition | p. 542 |
References | p. 543 |
Suggested Modeling Exercises | p. 543 |
Index | p. 545 |
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