1st June, 2017; 2.00pm EST
If you want to learn about simulating the physics of the built environment, then tune into this webinar with guest speaker Jos van Schijndel from Eindhoven University of Technology and CompuToolAble.
The physics of the built environment has become more important during the last few decades and is relevant to many applications, including energy efficiency, building safety, and historical site maintenance. This has been highlighted by an increasing number of works published by engineers and researchers on the topic. In addition, COMSOL Multiphysics has introduced predefined interfaces for heat and moisture transport in air and building materials as well as for condensation and evaporation modelling.
During this webinar, you will learn how to use COMSOL Multiphysics to study heat and mass transfer in the built environment. We will start the live demonstration by creating a 3D thermal model and app (a customised user interface designed around the simulation) and end by building a state-of-the-art heat, vapour, and liquid model. You can ask questions at the end of this webinar during the Q&A session.