(Multiphysics Modeling Series)
Inductive Conductivity Measurements Using
COMSOL® and MATLAB®
Pub Date: August 2016
Specs: 7 x 9 Hardcover with DVD
This second book in the Multiphysics Modeling series will present the reader with a solved problem that utilizes the AC/DC Module. This model is based on AC/DC multiphysics modeling and employs the use of physics first principles for its solution with inductive conductivity measurements using COMSOL® (4.x) and MATLAB®.
- Presents multiphysics models using the step-by-step techniques with the modeling tree paradigm as found in COMSOL Multiphysics v.4.x software
- Uses step-by-step techniques applying the new modeling tree paradigm and couples them to MATLAB through COMSOL LiveLink™ for further analysis
- Covers Physics First Principles analysis relevant to the modeling problems that will be correlated with observed behaviors
- Includes a companion disc with executable copies of each specific model and figures from the book
Brief Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Modeling Methodology Using COMSOL 4. Chapter 2: Applicable AC/DC Theory. Chapter 3: Designing the Inductive Measurement Model. Chapter 4: Building the Inductive Measurement Model. Chapter 5: Inductive Measurement Model Results. Chapter 6: Variations on the Inductive Measurement Model. Chapter 7: Using COMSOL LiveLink and MATLAB. Chapter 8: Conclusions.
About the Author
Roger W. Pryor, PhD is a COMSOL Certified Consultant, and has 23 US Patents. In his current position as the president and CEO of Pryor Knowledge Systems, Inc., he advises clients on the solution of both research and production level problems.