LiveLink™ for Excel®

LiveLink™ for Excel® is here used for a parameterized high-power direct current simulation of a busbar. The parameters controlling the geometric dimensions as well as the applied voltage are edited in an Excel® spreadsheet and synchronized to the underlying COMSOL Multiphysics model. A dedicated ribbon tab is added to Excel for easy access to parameters, variables, functions, geometry, mesh, solvers, and results.
LiveLink™ for Excel® is here used for a parameterized high-power direct current simulation of a busbar. The parameters controlling the geometric dimensions as well as the applied voltage are edited in an Excel® spreadsheet and synchronized to the underlying COMSOL Multiphysics model. A dedicated ribbon tab is added to Excel for easy access to parameters, variables, functions, geometry, mesh, solvers, and results.
Extend your modeling capacity by running COMSOL Multiphysics® simulations from a spreadsheet with LiveLink™ for Excel®. Parameters and variables defined and modeled in COMSOL Multiphysics are instantly available in Microsoft® Excel® and automatically synchronized to your physics model.

LiveLink™ for Excel®adds a COMSOL Multiphysics tab and specialized toolbar to the Excel ribbon for controlling the parameters, variables and mesh or for running a simulation. This allows for a simplified workflow where you only display and edit the most important simulation parameters, which can be changed on the fly or as part of an extensive parameter study controlled from Excel.

Interactive 3D visualizations are presented in a separate dedicated window and COMSOL Multiphysics images and graphs can be embedded into the spreadsheet environment. In addition, LiveLink™ for Excel®adds the capability of import/export of Excel files for parameter and variable lists in the COMSOL Desktop™ GUI. LiveLink™ for Excel® currently requires Excel 2007 or 2010 for Windows®.

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