multiphysics modeling

Multiphysics Modeling  Numerical Methods And Engineering Applications
Author: Qun Zhang
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2015-12-15
Pages: 440
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Multiphysics Modeling: Numerical Methods and Engineering Applications: Tsinghua University Press Computational Mechanics Series describes the basic principles and methods for multiphysics modeling, covering related areas of physics such as structure mechanics, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, electromagnetic field, and noise. The book provides the latest information on basic numerical methods, also considering coupled problems spanning fluid-solid interaction, thermal-stress coupling, fluid-solid-thermal coupling, electromagnetic solid thermal fluid coupling, and structure-noise coupling. Users will find a comprehensive book that covers background theory, algorithms, key technologies, and applications for each coupling method. Presents a wealth of multiphysics modeling methods, issues, and worked examples in a single volume Provides a go-to resource for coupling and multiphysics problems Covers the multiphysics details not touched upon in broader numerical methods references, including load transfer between physics, element level strong coupling, and interface strong coupling, amongst others Discusses practical applications throughout and tackles real-life multiphysics problems across areas such as automotive, aerospace, and biomedical engineering

Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL
Author: Roger W. Pryor
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Release Date: 2011
Pages: 852
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Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL® rapidly introduces the senior level undergraduate, graduate or professional scientist or engineer to the art and science of computerized modeling for physical systems and devices. It offers a step-by-step modeling methodology through examples that are linked to the Fundamental Laws of Physics through a First Principles Analysis approach. The text explores a breadth of multiphysics models in coordinate systems that range from 1D to 3D and introduces the readers to the numerical analysis modeling techniques employed in the COMSOL® Multiphysics® software. After readers have built and run the examples, they will have a much firmer understanding of the concepts, skills, and benefits acquired from the use of computerized modeling techniques to solve their current technological problems and to explore new areas of application for their particular technological areas of interest.

Multiphysics Modeling
Author: Murat Peksen
Publisher: Academic Press
Release Date: 2018-06-27
Pages: 282
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Multiphysics Modelling: Materials, Components, and Systems focuses on situations where coupled phenomena involving a combination of thermal, fluid, and solid mechanics occur. Important fundamentals of the various physics that are required in multiphysics modelling are introduced and supported with practical problems. More advanced topics such as creep deformation, fatigue and fracture, multiphase flow or melting in porous media are tackled. 3D interactions in system architectures and energy systems such as batteries, reformer or fuel cells, and modelling of high-performance materials are exemplified. Important multiphysics modelling issues are highlighted. In addition to theory, solutions to problems, such as in linear and non-linear situations are addressed, as well as specific solutions for multiphysics modelling of fluid-solid, solid-solid and fluid-fluid interactions are given. Drawing on teaching experience, industry solutions, and the latest research, this book is the most complete guide to multiphysics modelling available for students and researchers in diverse science and engineering disciplines. Provides a thorough intro to the theory behind multiphysics modeling Covers both linear and non-linear material behaviors Helps to answer practical questions such as when to use 2D or 3D modeling

Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL5 And MATLAB
Author: Roger W. Pryor
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Release Date: 2015-11-17
Pages: 700
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COMSOL 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

Multi Physics Modeling Of Technological Systems
Author: Marc Budinger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2019-07-30
Pages: 386
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The development of mechatronic and multidomain technological systems requires the dynamic behavior to be simulated before detailed CAD geometry is available. This book presents the fundamental concepts of multiphysics modeling with lumped parameters. The approach adopted in this book, based on examples, is to start from the physical concepts, move on to the models and their numerical implementation, and finish with their analysis. With this practical problem-solving approach, the reader will gain a deep understanding of multiphysics modeling of mechatronic or technological systems – mixing mechanical power transmissions, electrical circuits, heat transfer devices and electromechanical or fluid power actuators. Most of the book's examples are made using Modelica platforms, but they can easily be implemented in other 0D/1D multidomain physical system simulation environments such as Amesim, Simulink/Simscape, VHDL-AMS and so on.

Multiphysics Modeling With Application To Biomedical Engineering
Author: Z. Yang
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2020-07-23
Pages: 160
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The aim of this book is to introduce the simulation of various physical fields and their applications for biomedical engineering, which will provide a base for researchers in the biomedical field to conduct further investigation. The entire book is classified into three levels. It starts with the first level, which presents the single physical fields including structural analysis, fluid simulation, thermal analysis, and acoustic modeling. Then, the second level consists of various couplings between two physical fields covering structural thermal coupling, porous media, fluid structural interaction (FSI), and acoustic FSI. The third level focuses on multi-coupling that coupling with more than two physical fields in the model. Each part in all levels is organized as the physical feature, finite element implementation, modeling procedure in ANSYS, and the specific applications for biomedical engineering like the FSI study of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA), acoustic wave transmission in the ear, and heat generation of the breast tumor. The book should help for the researchers and graduate students conduct numerical simulation of various biomedical coupling problems. It should also provide all readers with a better understanding of various couplings.

Multiphysics Modeling With Finite Element Methods
Author: William B J Zimmerman
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Release Date: 2006-10-25
Pages: 432
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Finite element methods for approximating partial differential equations that arise in science and engineering analysis find widespread application. Numerical analysis tools make the solutions of coupled physics, mechanics, chemistry, and even biology accessible to the novice modeler. Nevertheless, modelers must be aware of the limitations and difficulties in developing numerical models that faithfully represent the system they are modeling. This textbook introduces the intellectual framework for modeling with Comsol Multiphysics, a package which has unique features in representing multiply linked domains with complex geometry, highly coupled and nonlinear equation systems, and arbitrarily complicated boundary, auxiliary, and initial conditions. But with this modeling power comes great opportunities and great perils. Progressively, in the first part of the book the novice modeler develops an understanding of how to build up complicated models piecemeal and test them modularly. The second part of the book introduces advanced analysis techniques. The final part of the book deals with case studies in a broad range of application areas including nonlinear pattern formation, thin film dynamics and heterogeneous catalysis, composite and effective media for heat, mass, conductivity, and dispersion, population balances, tomography, multiphase flow, electrokinetic, microfluidic networks, plasma dynamics, and corrosion chemistry. As a revision of Process Modeling and Simulation with Finite Element Methods, this book uses the very latest features of Comsol Multiphysics. There are new case studies on multiphase flow with phase change, plasma dynamics, electromagnetohydrodynamics, microfluidic mixing, and corrosion. In addition, major improvements to the level set method for multiphase flow to ensure phase conservation is introduced. More information about COMSOL can be found here.

Multiphysics Modelling With Finite Element Methods
Author: William B. J. Zimmerman
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Release Date: 2006-01-01
Pages: 422
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Introduces the intellectual framework for modeling with Comsol Multiphysics. The first part of this book develops an understanding of how to build up complicated models piecemeal and test them modularly. The second part introduces advanced analysis techniques. The final part deals with case studies in a broad range of application areas.

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Multiscale And Multiphysics Modeling Of Soil Water Systems
Author: Yuan Guo
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Release Date: 2018
Pages: 193
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Many geotechnical problems involve the interactions between soil skeleton and different multiphysics, e.g., frost heave of foundation, underground hazardous substance transport, geothermal heat transfer, and soil erosion under surface flow. The associated physical and mechanical behaviors of natural soils are highly determined by their microscale structural attribute. This study discussed the multiscale and multiphysics nature of granular materials focusing on three major areas, i.e., surface erosion behavior, desiccation cracking, and clay particle interaction. A coupled CFD-DEM model has been built to study the erosion behavior of granular soils under surface flow. The model was first verified by two benchmark examples, i.e., free settling of a single sphere in water and formation of repose angle of sand piles in water. Surface erosion of sand grains has been simulated considering different influencing factors, including particle size, particle bonding strength, flow turbulence, and particle angularity. It is shown erosion resistance increases linearly with particle size, and angular particles have a higher erosion resistance than spherical particles. An aggregate-scale DEM model was also built to simulate the formation and propagation of desiccation cracks of a thin clay layer. Model parameters have been calibrated by a customized experimental system monitoring the volumetric shrinkage of clay while drying. It is shown this aggregate-scale model replicates the formation and final cracking polygons very well. Sample thickness and bottom constraint have a significant influence on the cracking formation. A particle-scale DEM clay model was developed subsequently to study the mechanical interaction between clay particles with implementation of complicated inter-particle forces, e.g., long-range electrostatic force, short-range van der Waals force. The double-layer repulsion has been calibrated by AFM force measurement on kaolinite particles in 1.0 mM NaCl electrolyte. The model has been verified by comparing the equilibrium void ratio of kaolinite suspension under different centrifugal accelerations. Compressibility and shear strength of bulk clay particles have been simulated and compared with experimental observations. It is shown this microscale model holistically simulates the macroscale characteristics of clay under compression and shearing.

Multiphysics Modelling And Simulation For Systems Design And Monitoring
Author: Mohamed Haddar
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2015-01-03
Pages: 555
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This book reports on the state of the art in the field of multiphysics systems. It consists of accurately reviewed contributions to the MMSSD’2014 conference, which was held from December 17 to 19, 2004 in Hammamet, Tunisia. The different chapters, covering new theories, methods and a number of case studies, provide readers with an up-to-date picture of multiphysics modeling and simulation. They highlight the role played by high-performance computing and newly available software in promoting the study of multiphysics coupling effects, and show how these technologies can be practically implemented to bring about significant improvements in the field of design, control and monitoring of machines. In addition to providing a detailed description of the methods and their applications, the book also identifies new research issues, challenges and opportunities, thus providing researchers and practitioners with both technical information to support their daily work and a new source of inspiration for their future research.

Innovative Food Processing Technologies
Author: Kai Knoerzer, PhD
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2011-01-31
Pages: 300
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Part of the IFT (Institute of Food Technologists) series, this book discusses multiphysics modeling and its application in the development, optimization, and scale-up of emerging food processing technologies. The book covers recent research outcomes to demonstrate process efficiency and the impact on scalability, safety, and quality, and technologies including High Pressure Processing, High Pressure Thermal Sterilization, Radiofrequency, Ultrasound, Ultraviolet, and Pulsed Electric Fields Processing. Ideal for food and process engineers, food technologists, equipment designers, microbiologists, and research and development personnel, this book covers the importance and the methods for applying multiphysics modeling for the design, development, and application of these technologies.

Multiphysics Modeling And Quantification Of Early Atherosclerosis
Author: Moritz Thon
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Release Date: 2018
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Process Modelling And Simulation With Finite Element Methods
Author: William B. J. Zimmerman
Publisher: World Scientific
Release Date: 2004
Pages: 382
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This book presents a systematic description and case studies of chemical engineering modelling and simulation based on the MATLAB/FEMLAB tools, in support of selected topics in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that require numerical solution of complex balance equations (ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, nonlinear equations, integro-differential equations). These systems arise naturally in analysis of transport phenomena, process systems, chemical reactions and chemical thermodynamics, and particle rate processes. Templates are given for modelling both state-of-the-art research topics (e.g. microfluidic networks, film drying, multiphase flow, population balance equations) and case studies of commonplace design calculations -- mixed phase reactor design, heat transfer, flowsheet analysis of unit operations, flash distillations, etc. The great strength of this book is that it makes modelling and simulating in the MATLAB/FEMLAB environment approachable to both the novice and the expert modeller.

Multiphysics Modelling Of Fluid Particulate Systems
Author: Hassan Khawaja
Publisher: Academic Press
Release Date: 2020-03-14
Pages: 438
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Multiphysics Modelling of Fluid-Particulate Systems provides an explanation of how to model fluid-particulate systems using Eulerian and Lagrangian methods. The computational cost and relative merits of the different methods are compared, with recommendations on where and how to apply them provided. The science underlying the fluid‐particulate phenomena involves computational fluid dynamics (for liquids and gases), computational particle dynamics (solids), and mass and heat transfer. In order to simulate these systems, it is essential to model the interactions between phases and the fluids and particles themselves. This book details instructions for several numerical methods of dealing with this complex problem. This book is essential reading for researchers from all backgrounds interested in multiphase flows or fluid-solid modeling, as well as engineers working on related problems in chemical engineering, food science, process engineering, geophysics or metallurgical processing. Provides detailed coverage of Resolved and Unresolved Computational Fluid Dynamics - Discrete Element Method (CFD-DEM), Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, and their various attributes Gives an excellent summary of a range of simulation techniques and provides numerical examples Starts with a broad introduction to fluid-particulate systems to help readers from a range of disciplines grasp fundamental principles

Multiphysics Modeling Of Dynamic Curvature Sensing In Ionic Polymer Metal Composites  IPMCs  With Application In Soft Robotics
Author: Yousef Bahramzadeh
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Release Date: 2014
Pages: 214
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Introduction To Transport Phenomena Modeling
Author: Gianpaolo Ruocco
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2018-02-12
Pages: 284
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This textbook offers an introduction to multiple, interdependent transport phenomena as they occur in various fields of physics and technology like transport of momentum, heat, and matter. These phenomena are found in a number of combined processes in the fields of chemical, food, biomedical, and environmental sciences. The book puts a special emphasis on numerical modeling of both purely diffusive mechanisms and macroscopic transport such as fluid dynamics, heat and mass convection. To favor the applicability of the various concepts, they are presented with a simplicity of exposure, and synthesis has been preferred with respect to completeness. The book includes more than 130 graphs and figures, to facilitate the understanding of the various topics. It also presents many modeling examples throughout the text, to control that the learned material is properly understood.

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Multiphysics And Multiscale Modeling
Author: Young W. Kwon
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2015-10-05
Pages: 425
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Written to appeal to a wide field of engineers and scientists who work on multiscale and multiphysics analysis, Multiphysics and Multiscale Modeling: Techniques and Applications is dedicated to the many computational techniques and methods used to develop man-made systems as well as understand living systems that exist in nature. Presenting a body

Multiscale And Multiphysics Computational Frameworks For Nano  And Bio Systems
Author: Hyungjun Kim
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2010-11-18
Pages: 170
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This volume develops multiscale and multiphysics simulation methods to understand nano- and bio-systems by overcoming the limitations of time- and length-scales. Here the key issue is to extend current computational simulation methods to be useful for providing microscopic understanding of complex experimental systems. This thesis discusses the multiscale simulation approaches in nanoscale metal-insulator-metal junction, molecular memory, ionic transport in zeolite systems, dynamics of biomolecules such as lipids, and model lung system. Based on the cases discussed here, the author suggests various systematic strategies to overcome the limitations in time- and length-scales of the traditional monoscale approaches.