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3D Simulation of an Ethanol Reformer

A. Cifuentes [1], J. Llorca [1], R. Torres [1], S. Rosell [1], J. Grau [1]
[1] Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

In order to improve hydrogen production in an ethanol reformer it is needed to understand what happens inside it. Also, a simulated model can simulate different work conditions avoiding the necessity of doing tons of experiments. A 3D computational fluid dynamics simulation study of ethanol steam reforming (ESR) in a plug flow microreactor has been carried out. A kinetic model describing the ...

An Examination of Wall Shear Stresses in Curved Arterial Vessels Using Bioresorbable Stents

D. W. Pepper [1], S. Pirbastami [1],
[1] University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, USA

Bioresorbable stents are providing temporary mechanical support to keep a narrowed or blocked coronary artery open and restore the blood flow and will be gradually degraded and resorbed after the healing and remodeling of arterial wall. This new generation of stents has lower rates of restenosis and in-stent thrombosis in comparison with permanently bare-metal stents. Since this new generation ...

超导转变边探测器 (TES) 的电热仿真

吕越 [1],
[1] 中国科学院上海微系统与信息技术研究所

超导转变边沿探测器 (TES) 是一种电压偏置的电热器件,稳态时超导薄膜产生的焦耳热与通过热连接传递到热沉的热量相等。本文利用有限元仿真软件 COMSOL Multiphysics® 对处于热平衡的 TES 进行了电流-热传导仿真。得到稳态时TES器件的温度分布,并计算得到TES器件的关键参数热导 G,同时得到了器件处于稳态时薄膜温度与偏置电压 (V-T) 的关系,这对于器件设计有着极大的帮助。

Identification and Analysis of Low-Frequency Cogging Torque Component in Permanent Magnet Machines

D. McIntosh
Sonsight Inc. / NSWC, Accokeek, MD, USA

Cogging torque in permanent magnet motors and generators is characterized by a torque ripple. These torque fluctuations cause vibrations, noise and speed fluctuations. This paper presents finite element (FE) analyses results that show a previously unaddressed low frequency modulation of cogging torque ripple. The paper resulted in an analytical formulation of cogging torque with low frequency ...

Finite Element Model of a Magnet Driven Reed Switch

B. LaBarge[1], and E. Gutierrez-Miravete[2]

[1]Gems Sensors and Controls, Plainville, CT, USA
[2]Rensselaer at Hartford, Hartford, CT, USA

A simple proximity sensing circuit is made using magnets actuating reed switches; these switches are wired into a larger circuit that performs auxiliary functions. The success or failure of such systems is a function of their position. A simulation using COMSOL Multiphysics is conducted to study the position of a reed switch relative to a magnet when the switch opens and closes. Ability to ...

Electromagnetic Analysis of Cloaking Metamaterial Structures

E. Furlani, and A. Baev
The Institute for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA

We study cylindrical and spherical shell structures that have cloaking material properties proposed by Pendry et al. We use 2D and 3D time-harmonic analysis to study the field distribution and power flow for various arrangements of these structures. We have shown that the COMSOL RF solver is well suited for the analysis of cloaking metamaterial structures If cloaking material properties can be ...

Magneto-hydrodynamic Flow in Electrolyte Solutions

M. Qin[1], and H. Bau[1]
[1]Department of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, USA

The paper presents and compares two models for simulating magneto-hydrodynamic flow of RedOx electrolyte in a conduit patterned with circular pillars. The first model solves the coupled Nernst-Planck and Navier-Stokes equations subjected to Butler-Volmer electrode kinetics and provides detailed information on ions’ concentrations. The second model treats the electrolyte as a conductor, and ...

A Moisture Transfer Model for Drying of Grain

K. Lund[1]
[1]Kurt Lund Consulting, Del Mar, California, USA

A kernel of grain is modeled as an isothermal sphere, with descriptive differential equations scaled or rendered into non-dimensional form, where moisture transfer is governed by internal diffusivity, not by surface conditions. The time dependent problem is solved with COMSOL and the average non-dimensional moisture content and its time-rate of change are obtained; by regression, these numerical ...

COMSOL Multiphysics® as a General Platform for the Simulation of Complex Electrochemical Systems

A. Lavacchi[1]
[1]Department of Chemistry, University of Firenze, Sesto Fiorentino, FI, Italy

Microelectrodes demonstrate that modeling is crucial for understanding the behavior of complex electrochemical systems. The use of the finite element methods in electrochemistry may be of much more general interest for its ability to handle complex geometries. In this context a software such as COMSOL Multiphysics® allows a straightforward way to the set up models including coupling of ...

A Numerical Study for Rubber Particles Collection Involved in New Thermoforming Composite Process Using COMSOL Multiphysics®

R. Carbone[1], V. Antonelli[2][3], A. Langella[1], and R. Marissen[3]

[1]Material and Production Engineering Department, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy
[2]Institute of Lightweight Structures, Technische Universität München, München, Germany
[3]Design and Production of Composite Structure, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

This paper deal of the forming process applied to the thermoplastic composites. A new thermoforming process that uses rubber particles collection as flexible mould was presented and numerically modeled. A characterization of the rubber in particles form was previously performed to value the material parameters in the user-defined hyperelastic constitutive laws employed in the FEM (Finite Element ...