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Program for finite element calculations of complex scientific and technical problems. COMSOL Multiphysics package allows you to simulate almost all physical processes, which are described by partial differential equations. The program contains various solvers to help you quickly cope with even the most difficult tasks, and the simple structure of the application provides simplicity and flexibility of use. The solution of any problem is based on the numerical solution of partial differential equations by the finite element method. The range of tasks that can be modeled in the program is extremely wide.
COMSOL Multiphysics (Femlab) is a simulation package that solves systems of nonlinear partial differential equations by the finite element method in one, two, and three dimensions. It allows solving problems in the field of electromagnetism, elasticity theory, fluid and gas dynamics, and chemical gas dynamics. Femlab also makes it possible to solve the problem both in a mathematical formulation (in the form of a system of equations) and in a physical one (choice of a physical model, for example, a model of the diffusion process). Of course, in any case, the system of equations will be solved, and the only difference is the ability to use physical systems of units and physical terminology. In the so-called physical mode of operation, it is also possible to use pre-defined equations for most of the phenomena that occur in science and technology,
A set of special modules in the program covers almost all areas of application of partial differential equations.
Comsol Multiphysics 18.104.22.1686 Full Win-Linux x64
Year / Date of Release:2019
Version: 5.4.0 Update3 Build 346
Architecture:64bit only Interface
Medicine:Present (TeAM SolidSQUAD-SSQ)
All Windows from Windows Vista and Windows Server2008 to 10, and Server 2012 R2, Linux (kernel 2.6.18 and on newer and GNU C Library version 2.8 or later), MacOS from 10.7 to 10.11
1 Gb of memory (but better than 4Gb and more),
1-4 Gb on a hard disk, P
entium4 processor, Athlon or newer