This course, presented by AltaSim Technologies, provides an overview of the methods to obtain a converged solution for cases with a large number of degrees of freedom and/or nonlinearity. Attendees will learn techniques to develop converged solutions and reduce computational requirements for specific classes of problems.
The course will occur in a live, interactive, web-based format March 21-23, 2022 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm EDT.
The cost for this course is $800 USD per person.
Who Should Attend:
This course is intended for people who seek to analyze computational models with non-linear solutions and/or large numbers of degrees of freedom using COMSOL Multiphysics. It is expected that attendees will have an existing knowledge of the structure of COMSOL Multiphysics and will possess a relevant engineering, physics, mathematics or science background.
• Structure of the Study Node
• Critical solver settings in the Study Node
• Effect of changing critical settings
• Methods to reduce computational memory and CPU time
• Best practices for strategies to obtain converged solutions
• Differentiation between classes of problems
• Differences between solver settings for:
• Iterative vs direct linear system solvers
• Linear vs nonlinear
• Single vs multiphysics problems
• Stationary vs time-dependent
• Diagnosing solver errors
• Interpreting convergence plots and log data
This course is taught in English
Instruction for the Solver Settings for COMSOL Multiphysics course will be performed by experienced engineers who use COMSOL Multiphysics on a daily basis to solve a wide range of complex multiphysics problems. The lead instructor for this course is Josh Thomas.
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