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Multiphysics Informs Business & Engineering Solutions

From the initial concept to the final product, finding innovative, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly designs is an intense but extremely rewarding journey for managers and engineers alike.

In this edition of COMSOL News, we tell the stories of simulation specialists working with their colleagues and customers to find solutions that can satisfy both business and engineering goals, such as eliminating production bottlenecks while ensuring the efficacy and safety of pharmaceuticals.

Good designs stem from a highfidelity representation of the laws of science governing the physicsbased systems they want to simulate. With multiphysics, simulation specialists are able to include and couple all of the relevant physics effects. They create accurate digital prototypes to explore and push the limits of technology while reducing the need for physical prototypes. These specialists create simulation apps, user interfaces that simplify their multiphysics models, empowering colleagues and customers worldwide to test new ideas in the virtual world using numerical simulation.

Here, you will find concrete examples of how multiphysics simulation enables better business and engineering solutions, such as advancing computing breakthroughs, enhancing water quality, developing noncontact magnetic couplings, and minimizing corrosion in multimaterial assemblies through a collaborative effort.

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