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Showcasing Multiphysics Simulation of 2019
COMSOL announces the availability of Multiphysics Simulation 2019, a technical magazine featuring COMSOL Multiphysics® users in industry, research, and education, and their use of multiphysics simulation in practical and innovative ways.
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Multiphysics Simulation Illuminates the Future
Multiphysics simulation is used to improve existing technologies, as well as create completely new ones.
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Design & Simulation Software Review Round Up
We’ve compiled some of our most popular design and simulation software reviews in this issue to give you an over-view of new features and how the software works.
IronCAD Integration Adds Kinematic and Dynamic Motion Simulation Capabilities
The SimWise Motion Design Extension for IronCAD takes a design made up of assemblies of moving parts and simulates its kinematic and dynamic motion with one click.
DST Launches SimWise V9.8
Integrated motion, FEA and optimization product features new capabilities and expanded interoperability.
Engineer Bakes up a Simulation Recipe for Efficiency
Whirlpool bakes a brick and mixes the results with multiphysics software to improve appliance performance.
Integrated Motion, FEA and Optimization Software Upgraded
DST expands capabilities of SimWise application in version 9.5.
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Editor’s Pick: Integrated Motion, FEA and Optimization Software Upgraded
DST expands capabilities of SimWise application in version 9.5.


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