A Multiscale Approach to Modeling Capacitive and Resistive Devices in COMSOL® Webinar - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on February 13, 2020

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If you want to learn how to model capacitive and resistive devices using a multiscale approach, then tune into this webinar.

The COMSOL Multiphysics® software allows you to simulate a wide spectrum of electromagnetic systems, including the electric fields of capacitive devices and the magnetic fields and induced currents of motors and generators. This webinar will focus on when and how to couple electrical circuits to 2D and 3D space-dependent models using the AC/DC Module, an add-on product to COMSOL Multiphysics®.

The webinar will include a live demonstration of building a model of a resistor-capacitor (RC) network, in which the capacitor is modeled in space and the power supply and resistor are coupled through the Electrical Circuit interface. Using this multiscale approach, we not only visualize the electric field around the capacitor but also investigate its dynamic charging response.

You can ask questions at the end of the webinar during the Q&A session.

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Speaker

Richard Chippendale
COMSOL

Richard Chippendale is a technical manager at COMSOL UK, specializing in electromagnetics simulations. He earned an Mphys and PhD from the University of Southampton, investigating the interaction of lightning strikes with carbon fiber composites. He was a research fellow at the University of Southampton, focusing on high-voltage cable simulations.