Simulating Heat Transfer with COMSOL®: Knowing Your Material Properties Webinar

Webinar presented by Louise Wright, Principal Research Scientist, Data Science Group, NPL and Andrew Young, Applications Engineer, COMSOL

This webinar is sponsored by: COMSOL and The National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

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Simulating Heat Transfer with COMSOL®: Knowing Your Material Properties Webinar

16th November 2017 2pm GMT

FREE TO REGISTER

If you are interested in correctly handling material properties in heat transfer modelling, then tune into this webinar with Louise Wright from the Data Science Group at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).

Heat transfer modelling is used in a wide range of industries and research areas, including materials processing, food manufacturing, power generation, and aerospace. Reliable model results require reliable material properties, but it can be difficult to know how to get suitable values, particularly if the model involves very high or very low temperatures.

In this webinar, we will discuss NPL’s measurement capabilities for thermal behaviour and how they are extending these capabilities. You will also learn about NPL’s use of heat transfer modelling to design their kit and experiments.

The webinar will include a live demonstration and conclude with a Q&A session.

 

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Louise Wright, Principal Research Scientist, Data Science Group, NPL

Louise Wright leads NPL’s continuous modelling work, applying numerical techniques such as finite element (FE) methods, finite difference methods, boundary element methods and meshless methods to metrology problems from a wide range of areas of physics, including static and dynamic stress analysis, heat transfer, and acoustics. She is interested in optimisation and uncertainty evaluation applied to finite element models, particularly for use in improving confidence in FE as a design tool. Louise received an MA in Mathematics from Cambridge University, and an MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis from Oxford University. She is a member of the NAFEMS Working Groups on Computational Structural Mechanics and Stochastics, and is a founding member of the NAFEMS Professional Simulation Engineer certification scheme.

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Andrew Young, Applications Engineer, COMSOL

Andrew is an applications engineer specialising in thermal and fluid simulation. He studied mathematics at the University of Strathclyde where he went on to undertake his EngD. His research involved CFD analysis of patient-specific cardiovascular modelling and he has a strong interest in clinical simulations. Andrew joined COMSOL in August 2014.

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