## Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL5 and MATLABCOMSOL 5 and MATLAB are valuable software modeling tools for engineers and scientists. This book explores a wide range of models in coordinate systems from 0D to 3D and introduces the numerical analysis techniques employed in COMSOL 5 (including Application Builder) and MATLAB software. The text presents electromagnetic, electronic, optical, thermal physics, and biomedical models as examples. It presents the fundamental concepts in the models and the step-by-step instructions needed to build each model. The companion DVD includes all the built models for each step-by-step example presented in the text and the related animations, as specified. The book is designed to introduce modeling to an experienced engineer or can also be used for upper level undergraduate or graduate courses. Features:•Focuses on COMSOL 5 and MATLAB models that demonstrate the use of concepts for later application in engineering, science, medicine, and biophysics for the development of devices and systems •Includes a DVD with executable copies of each model and related animations •Includes detailed discussions of possible modeling errors and results •Uses a step-by-step modeling methodology linked to the Fundamental Laws of Physics |

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### Contents

Suggested Modeling Exercises | 1-87 |

Multipane Window Model | 1-89 |

0D Electrical Circuit Interface Modeling Using | 1-119 |

1D Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 5 x | 1-180 |

2D Modeling Using COMSOL Multiphysics 5 x | 4-74 |

1D Basic Models | 4-82 |

2D Axisymmetric Modeling Using COMSOL | 5-56 |

References | 6-31 |

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1D Plot Group 2D Axisymmetric model 2D models AC/DC Add Physics window Animation Approximation Model boundary conditions Build Selected Calculated Capacitor chapter Circuit Model Click Coefficient Component 1 comp1 Computed results COMSOL Multiphysics Current Conservation default display settings default settings Density Dependent Desktop Display Electric Currents Electric Currents ec Electric Impedance Electric Potential Electrical Circuit cir Enter Form PDE Geometry Graphics window Hall Effect Hall Effect Model Heat Conduction Initial Values KdV Equation materials properties Meshed Domain Mixed Mode Modeling Model Builder window Model Geometry NOTE The default NOTE The modeler Pane Window Parameters edit window Perfectly Matched Layer Physics Interface Pop-up menu pull-down menu resistance Resistor Right Pointing Arrow Right-Click Save shows the Desktop shows the Settings Silica glass Solids ht solution solve the 2D Solver Study Right Pointing Study Settings Telegraph Equation Temperature edit window Transfer in Solids twistie User defined Variables Voltage window on Component Zoom Extents