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An API for Java and LiveLink for MATLAB may be used to control the software externally. An App Builder can be used to develop independent custom domain-specific simulation applications. Users may use drag-and-drop tools (Form Editor) or programming (Method Editor). COMSOL Server is a distinct software for the management of COMSOL simulation applications in companies.
 
An API for Java and LiveLink for MATLAB may be used to control the software externally. An App Builder can be used to develop independent custom domain-specific simulation applications. Users may use drag-and-drop tools (Form Editor) or programming (Method Editor). COMSOL Server is a distinct software for the management of COMSOL simulation applications in companies.
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== Supported Operating Systems ==
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[[File:Win10-logo.png]][[File:Macos-logo.png]] Available for Windows and Mac.
  
 
== VPN requirement ==
 
== VPN requirement ==

Latest revision as of 19:25, 12 April 2022

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What is COMSOL

From Wikipedia: COMSOL Multiphysics is a cross-platform finite element analysis, solver and multiphysics simulation software. It allows conventional physics-based user interfaces and coupled systems of partial differential equations (PDEs). COMSOL provides an IDE and unified workflow for electrical, mechanical, fluid, acoustics and chemical applications.

An API for Java and LiveLink for MATLAB may be used to control the software externally. An App Builder can be used to develop independent custom domain-specific simulation applications. Users may use drag-and-drop tools (Form Editor) or programming (Method Editor). COMSOL Server is a distinct software for the management of COMSOL simulation applications in companies.

Supported Operating Systems

Win10-logo.pngMacos-logo.png Available for Windows and Mac.

VPN requirement

Vpn-yes.png Connection to campus VPN is required.

Faculty/Staff Download

CoE faculty and staff can download Comsol from our UA BOX folder.

Contact support@eng.ua.edu for licensing information.