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COMSOL Multiphysics software is one of the most valuable software modeling tools for engineers and scientists. This book is designed for engineers from the fields of mechanical, electrical, and civil disciplines, and introduces multiphysics modeling techniques and examples accompanied by practical applications using COMSOL 4.x. The book includes a companion CD-ROM with files of over 25 models, images, and code. The main objective is to introduce readers to use COMSOL as an engineering tool for modeling by solving examples that could become a guide for modeling similar or more complicated problems. The objective is to provide a collection of examples and modeling guidelines through which readers can build their own models. Readers are assumed to be familiar with the principles of numerical modeling and the finite element method (FEM). The book takes a flexible-level approach for presenting the materials along with using practical examples. The mathematical fundamentals, engineering principles, and design criteria are presented as integral parts of examples. At the end of each chapter are references that contain more in-depth physics, technical information, and data; these are referred to throughout the book and used in the examples. COMSOL for Engineers could be used to complement another text that provides background training in engineering computations and methods. Examples provided in this book should be considered as “lessons” for which background physics could be explained in more detail.
- Includes a companion CD-ROM with files of over 25 models, images,code
- Uses progressive approach in terms of examples and models
eBook Customers: Companion files are available for downloading with order number/proof of purchase by writing to the publisher at email@example.com.
COMSOL is for me, today, the absolute best way, for science and engineering students, to learn Physics particularly how physical phenomena couple, and this is essential and the only way to understand small scale devices such as MEMS, or opto-MEMS.
I would put this book in the same category as the book of R.W Pryor “Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL v.4: A First Principles Approach” both give the basic steps of this new approach to multiple-Physics modelling, oriented for engineering students, or newcomers of FEM modelling. I would prefer “COMSOL for Engineers”, that I find easier to read.
“COMSOL for Engineers” does not go deep into the FEM theory, but the basics is well described, and for the interested it provide many references.
The book concentrate on the use and methodology with clear and stepwise commented examples from the domains of structural, thermal, and thermo-structural couplings, as well as fluidics, fluid-structure interactions, electrical circuits, and acoustics. There are also a few examples of writing your own “Physics” equations for the thermo-electric effects (Seebeck, Peltier & Thomson effects) and rigid body models.
It complements well the COMSOL Multiphysics Model Library examples, and I believe a newcomer would gain to read and exercise the book before following the COMSOL introduction course, or even attacking the more advanced Model Library examples.
For next step reading, if you are more in the biomedical domain, I wold recommend the book of A. Datta and V. Rakesh “An Introduction to Modeling of Transport Processes: Applications to Biomedical Systems” which provide many good examples in this field, essential including material information difficult to collect elsewhere.
While for chemistry oriented aspects the book of W.B Zimmerman “Multiphysics Modeling With Finite Element Methods” remains my favourite, with the drawback, it’s written for the previous v3 of COMSOL hence most variables names have changed and the link to v4 use is not obvious. But the more detailed physics/chemistry descriptions remain valid and well presented.
For those wanting to get deeper into the understanding of FEM modelling the books of L. Edsberg, or D.W. Pepper, or A.J Baker are nice. And you can find more book references on the COMSOL site: type “COMSOL Based Books” in the Search, they have a long list, and all books can easily be found on the site of Amazon 😉
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