Engineers and scientists use the COMSOL Multiphysics® software to simulate designs, devices, and processes in all fields of engineering, manufacturing, and scientific research.
COMSOL Multiphysics® is a simulation platform that encompasses all of the steps in the modelling workflow — from defining geometries, material properties, and the physics that describe specific phenomena to solving and post-processing models for producing accurate and trustworthy results.
To create models for use in specialised application areas or engineering fields, you can augment COMSOL Multiphysics® with any combination of add-on modules from the product suite. The interfacing products make it possible to also integrate simulation with other engineering and mathematical software used in product and process design. When you have developed a model, you can even convert it into a simulation application with a dedicated user interface, which can be designed for a very specific use by people beyond the R&D department.
COMSOL Compiler™ enables you to share knowledge and expertise in the form of modelling and simulation applications with anyone in the world. Convert the applications you build in the COMSOL Multiphysics®software into standalone applications with the click of a button and deploy them to anyone you want. The compiled applications can be run without a COMSOL Multiphysics® or COMSOL Server™ license, which gives you full control over your simulations, letting you distribute them at your own discretion.
The COMSOL Server™ product helps you spread the benefits of simulation throughout your organisation. As the platform for deploying and running applications built by your in-house simulation experts, COMSOL Server™ enables you to streamline the R&D workflow, efficiently share knowledge and analyses across departments, and rapidly respond to customers' needs.
The web interface for COMSOL Server™ comes with administrative tools that enable your organisation to manage access to the applications you have uploaded, user accounts, user groups, and multiprocessor utilisation. Administrator-verified end users can upload, access, and run applications housed in the Application Library of COMSOL Server™ through web browsers or a desktop-installed client.