COMSOL Multiphysics®

Understand. Predict. Innovate. Optimize.

COMSOL Multiphysics is a simulation software based on advanced numerical methods and is used in all fields of engineering, scientific research, and manufacturing. The software supports single-physics and fully coupled multiphysics modeling capabilities, simulation data management, and easy-to-use tools for building simulation applications. 

Add-on modules and interfacing products connect seamlessly with the basic COMSOL Multiphysics software and expand the capabilities of the software into a vast collection of application areas: AC/DC, acoustics, heat transfer, and many more. 

Third-party supporting software for COMSOL Multiphysics software includes CAD Import Module, LiveLink, Optimisation Module, and the Material Library Module.

COMSOL key features

  • Complete modeling workflow
  • One integrated development environment, following one workflow, for all simulation apps independent of the type of physics involved
  • Strongly coupled Finite Element Analysis physics simulations: thermal, fluid, chemical, and more 
  • Two-way MATLAB/COMSOL script interface with automatic generation of M-files
  • 64-bit meshing and solver technology
  • Easy-to-use simulation apps do not require a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of the actual simulation allowing even nonspecialists to run their own tests, which in turn leads to a better understanding of future product behavior in the real world
  • Easy and seamless communication within the software for better collaboration between people with different functions, whether inside or outside of a given organization 
  • Add-on modules and interfacing products for advanced analysis

 

 

COMSOL Multiphysics®

A platform for developing physics-based models and simulation applications. The Model Builder provides a complete simulation environment and includes all steps of the modeling workflow. The Application Builder allows you to build your own simulation apps. The Model Manager will help with the simulation data management for version control and efficient storage.

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COMSOL Compiler™

Build standalone simulation apps that anyone, anywhere, can run.

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COMSOL Server™

Provide access to your apps via a browser or thin client

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Industries

Automotive

Shape tomorrow's mobility

MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL Multiphysics, and Speedgoat can help engineers streamline their development processes and deliver products that minimize environmental impact while improving operational safety, increasing performance, and delivering new comfort levels.

Automotive engineers use MATLAB, Simulink, Comsol Multiphysics, and Speedgoat

Electronics

Design, simulate, test, and evaluate electronics systems

Engineers use MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL Multiphysics, and Speedgoat to develop more efficient methods of producing, storing, and utilizing electrical resources.

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Biotech and Pharmaceutical

Take your pharmaceutical research and development to the next level.

MATLAB, Simulink, and COMSOL Multiphysics allow biotech and pharmaceutical companies to advance the design and optimization of pharmaceutical production, develop algorithms, process multidisciplinary data, easily manage their entire workflows, and perform modeling and simulation for drug discovery and development.

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Communications

Design, simulate, and prototype communications systems.

MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL Multiphysics, and Speedgoat make it possible for engineering and R&D teams to swiftly and accurately design, simulate, and verify communications systems

Add-On Products

Electromagnetics Modules
AC/DC
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Wave Optics
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Ray Optics
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Plasma
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Semiconductor
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Fluid Flow & Heat Transfer Modules
Mixer
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Polymer Flow
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Microfluidics
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Porous Media Flow
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Subsurface Flow
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Pipe Flow
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Molecular Flow
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Metal Processing
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Heat Transfer
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Structural Mechanics & Acoustics Modules
Structural Mechanics
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Nonlinear Structural Materials
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Composite Materials
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Geomechanics
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Fatigue
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Rotordynamics
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Multibody Dynamics
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MEMS
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Acoustics
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Chemical Engineering Modules
Chemical Reaction Engineering
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Battery Design
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Fuel Cell & Electrolyzer
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Electrodeposition
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Corrosion
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Electrochemistry
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Multipurpose Products
Optimization Module
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Uncertainty Quantification Module
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Material Library
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Particle Tracing Module
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Liquid & Gas Properties Module
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Interfacing Products
LiveLink™ for MATLAB®
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LiveLink™ for Simulink®
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LiveLink™ for Excel®
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CAD Import Module
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Design Module
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ECAD Import Module
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LiveLink™ for SOLIDWORKS®
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LiveLink™ for Inventor®
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LiveLink™ for AutoCAD®
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LiveLink™ for Revit®
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LiveLink™ for PTC® Creo® Parametric™
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LiveLink™ for PTC® Pro/ENGINEER®
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LiveLink™ for Solid Edge®
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File Import for CATIA® V5
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Licenses

Blogs and user stories

Learn about MATLAB, Simulink, COMSOL Multiphysics, and Speedgoat from enthusiastic developers and engineering experts devoted to redifining the limits of science.


Pioneering the Future of Drug Development with Modeling and Simulation

Pioneering the Future of Drug Development with Modeling and Simulation

In this thorough exploration, we highlight the capabilities of modeling and simulation in drug development by providing an overview, use cases and examples. In addition, you will learn about the industry’s preferred tool: COMSOL Multiphysics. Read on to discover how simulation has turbocharged the development of pharmaceuticals.

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Structural Optimization with COMSOL Multiphysics

Explore COMSOL’s Optimization Module for enhanced engineering designs. This video provides a quick overview of COMSOL Multiphysics, spotlighting mechanical modeling and optimization tools. The presentation includes a live demonstration of a straightforward stress/strain optimization of a mechanical component subject to static loading and more.

The Evolution of Modeling and Simulation: The Force Behind Great Engineering

The Evolution of Modeling and Simulation: The Force Behind Great Engineering

Learn about the transformation of engineering practices, moving beyond traditional design methods, and embracing the world of computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE). Uncover the power of finite element methods (FEM) and how COMSOL Multiphysics is reshaping engineering across diverse industries.

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4 Must-Read COMSOL Blogs for World Space Week

The universe beyond our planet has always held an irresistible allure, sparking our curiosity and igniting our imaginations. In honor of World Space Week, we’ve curated a selection of three captivating blogs that shed light on some of the most intriguing aspects of space and planetary science.

5 unusual simulations in comsol multiphysics

5 Unusual Simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics

This blog lists five unusual and unique simulations carried out in COMSOL Multiphysics, illustrating the comprehensive capabilities of the software and the fascinating side of modeling and simulation for science, research, and engineering.

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Harmonizing Sound and Simulation: Revolutionary Loudspeaker Design with COMSOL Multiphysics

As part of an innovative collaboration between BAYZ Audio and Gamax Laboratory Solutions, the worlds of sound and simulation have harmonized to create a revolutionary loudspeaker. BAYZ Audio has reached a spectacular achievement in crafting an unparalleled loudspeaker using COMSOL Multiphysics, shortening the design and production timeline by one-third and reducing costs by 70%.