Multiphysics Flow Simulations


Previously recorded on  Thursday, July 24, 2014  •  2:00 PM ET

Many multiphysics analyses involve computational fluid dynamics (CFD), both as the convective mode for other physics and as a means to understand fluid flow itself.

This webinar will examine multiphase, laminar, and turbulent flows interacting with structures (FSI) in addition to heat transfer, mass transport, and electromagnetics. We will show how to easily simulate CFD applications using COMSOL Multiphysics®. The webinar will include a live demonstration and a Q&A session.



Model of a water purification reactor. The simulation shows the turbulent flow streamlines and vector field, turbulent viscosity, and recirculation zones.


John Dunec, VP of Sales, NW US, COMSOL

John Dunec received his PhD from Stanford University in 1983. John has over 25 years of experience in product analysis and development. He started his career at IBM, was successful at an early multiphysics startup, and then ran a product development consulting firm. As a consultant, he was one of COMSOL’s first US customers and is now VP of Sales, North West US and Manager of the Palo Alto office. He has been teaching COMSOL courses throughout the US since 2003.


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