Divide and Conquer in Computational Physics: Modeling the Whole by Modeling Parts
Mini course at the comsol conference 2018, on modeling large complex real world situations
10 Aug 2018
Modelers are frequently faced with situations that are too large or complex to model in one go. In such situations, computational techniques variously known as substructure modeling, port modeling, and multiscale modeling are frequently useful.
Using examples from various fields — including structural and fluid mechanics, electromagnetics, heat transfer, and more — this course teaches the theory and practice of dividing a situation into components, building behavioral models of each component, and then integrating these behaviors to create fast and accurate models of complex situations. The multiphysics and equation-based modeling capabilities of the COMSOL Multiphysics® software are showcased in the ensuing examples.
Presenters: Gaurav Kulkarni, Mandar Gadgil
Event: Mini Course at COMSOL Conference
Venue: ITC Gardenia
1, Residency Road, Shanthala Nagar
Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru
Time: Friday, 10th Aug, 2018 at 2:30pm
Model: Download the COMSOL model here
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