Event Overview

COMSOL Days @ Bangkok, Thailand

Event Sessions

6 - 7 September 2017


Kasetsart University / King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi



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.


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

Time Programme Location
6 September
9.00am - 12.00pm

Electromagnetics Modeling for Low Frequency Applications

This workshop provides an introduction to the low frequency electromagnetics simulations with COMSOL’s AC/DC Module. Participants will learn how to set up models for solving electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields and use dedicated tools for extracting parameters such as resistance, capacitance, inductance, impedance, etc.

Topics that will be covered:

  • General introductions to electromagnetics modeling
  • Typical applications scopes of AC/DC Module (such as capacitors, inductors, insulators, coils, magnets, transformers, actuators, and sensors)
  • Key features of AC/DC Module
  • Special boundary conditions
  • Multiphysics Couplings
  • Hands-on exercises
Kasetsart University
6 September
2.00pm - 5.00pm

Fluid Flow Simulation

This workshop will introduce the capabilities of COMSOL’s CFD module for modelling fluid flow and fluid flow coupled with heat transfer problems. The physics interfaces for modeling most aspects of fluid flow, including compressible, nonisothermal, non-Newtonian, multiphase, and porous media flows — all in the laminar and turbulent flow regimes will be covered. Participants will learn how to build a CFD model and run multiphysics simulations.

Key contents include:

  • Introducing the key features of CFD Module
  • Multiphysics capabilities in CFD Module
  • Nonisothermal flow interface – coupling with heat transfer
  • Transport modeling
  • Modeling strategy
  • Hands-on exercises
Kasetsart University
7 September
9.00am - 12.00pm

Structural Mechanics Analysis

This session provides an introduction to the key features of COMSOL’s Structural Mechanics Module and it’s add-on modules, particularly on Nonlinear Structural Materials and Rotordynamics Modules.

Key contents include:

  • Key features of Structural Mechanics Module and relevant add-on modules
  • Different structural material models, structural types and study types
  • Couplings with other physics interfaces
  • Thermal Expansion – Coupling with Heat Transfer
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction – Coupling with Fluid Flow
  • Hands-on exercises
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
7 September
1.00pm - 4.00pm

Chemical Reaction Engineering Simulations

This session provides an intensive introduction to COMSOL’s chemical reaction engineering simulations, covering the key features in Chemical Reaction Engineering module and its applications. Participants will learn the modeling of chemical systems primarily affected by chemical composition, reaction kinetics, fluid flow, and temperature as functions of space and time.

Key contents include:

  • Introduction to the physics interfaces
  • Application Scope and Modeling strategy
  • Coupling of different physics
  • Thermodynamic data
  • Hands-On: Thermal decomposition
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi


  • These workshops will require you to bring your own laptop. Note that COMSOL version 5.3 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.