Event Overview


COMSOL Day @ KMITL

Event Sessions

7 February 2018

Venue

King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang

Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

 

Our COMSOL Day events consists of a variety of workshops that focus on specific topics and disciplines. These workshops provide educators and those involved in research with a valuable opportunity to learn more about COMSOL Multiphysics and its many applications. With a brief introduction and live demonstration, these workshops are designed to cover the fundamentals of modelling simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics. The hands-on portion of the workshop allows attendees to test drive the software by building a model from scratch, allowing each person to leave with the ability to experiment with their own simulations in COMSOL Multiphysics.

REGISTER

See below on the topic details and you can select to register for either ONE or MORE of the workshops.

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This session provides an intensive introduction to simulation for chemical reaction engineering using COMSOL Multiphysics.  We will cover the key features in COMSOL’s Chemical Reaction Engineering Module and its applications. You will learn about the modeling of chemical systems primarily affected by chemical composition, reaction kinetics, fluid flow, and temperature as functions of space and time. The modeling approaches in heterogeneous catalysis will be also be covered.

Key contents include:

  • Introduction to the physics interfaces
  • Application scopes and modeling strategies
  • Coupling of different physics
  • Thermodynamic data
  • Modeling approaches in heterogeneous catalysis
  • Hands-On Exercise: Thermal decomposition
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This workshop provides an general introduction to the key features and capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics. especially the equation-based modeling. You will learn about all the main aspects of using COMSOL, including the fundamentals of multiphysics modelling and COMSL’s simulation workflow. We will also demonstrate how you can make use of equation-based modelling to solve simulation problems.

Key contents include:

  • Introduction to physics based modules (electrical, mechanical, fluid flow, chemical)
  • Multiphysics approaches
  • Coupling of different physics
  • Equation-based modeling
  • Simulation workflow
    • Set up the model environment
    • Create geometrical objects
    • Specify material properties
    • Define physics boundary conditions
    • Create the mesh
    • Run the simulation
    • Postprocess the results
  • Hands-On Exercises
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Time Programme
9.00am - 12.00pm

Chemical Reaction Engineering Simulations

This session provides an intensive introduction to simulation for chemical reaction engineering using COMSOL Multiphysics.  We will cover the key features in COMSOL’s Chemical Reaction Engineering Module and its applications. You will learn about the modeling of chemical systems primarily affected by chemical composition, reaction kinetics, fluid flow, and temperature as functions of space and time. The modeling approaches in heterogeneous catalysis will be also be covered.

Key contents include:

  • Introduction to the physics interfaces
  • Application scopes and modeling strategies
  • Coupling of different physics
  • Thermodynamic data
  • Modeling approaches in heterogeneous catalysis
  • Hands-On Exercise: Thermal decomposition
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics

This workshop provides an general introduction to the key features and capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics. especially the equation-based modeling. You will learn about all the main aspects of using COMSOL, including the fundamentals of multiphysics modelling and COMSL’s simulation workflow. We will also demonstrate how you can make use of equation-based modelling to solve simulation problems.

Key contents include:

  • Introduction to physics based modules (electrical, mechanical, fluid flow, chemical)
  • Multiphysics approaches
  • Coupling of different physics
  • Equation-based modeling
  • Simulation workflow
    • Set up the model environment
    • Create geometrical objects
    • Specify material properties
    • Define physics boundary conditions
    • Create the mesh
    • Run the simulation
    • Postprocess the results
  • Hands-On Exercises

Note:

  • You are required to bring your own laptop for the Hands-On Tutorial. Note that COMSOL version 5.3a requires a 64-bit Operating System to run. Please visit System Requirements to see the minimum configuration COMSOL requires for installation.

Who Should Attend

These programmes are suitable for those with little or no experience using COMSOL Multiphysics. Anyone involved in research and development from concept level to production, working in industry or academia, can benefit from these events.