Veryst has applied its simulation expertise to the development of simulation applications ("apps") for our clients. Using the Application Builder available in the COMSOL Multiphysics software, we are able to build apps with an intuitive user interface that is highly customizable based on each client's needs. These apps are robust, validated, and accurate.
Our clients use our customized COMSOL apps because they offer important advantages.
- Individuals can run COMSOL simulations without becoming simulation experts. They can simulate design variations, perform parametric studies, and perform sensitivity analyses on their own. This helps them focus on improving their product and not on the simulation details.
- Clients use the customized app as an interactive tool to view their COMSOL model results. For instance, they can rotate the model, look at different cross-sections, or look at flow streamlines more effectively.
- Companies can accelerate the product development cycle and reduce cost. They can use the app to perform simulations in-house and on demand.
At the top of this page is an app that Veryst created for the design of helical springs. The user simply enters relevant details (spring geometry, material, failure criteria, etc.) and the app builds the spring model and calculates the spring response and performance.
Veryst also develops apps for medical purposes, such as the app shown in Figure 2 that simulates RF (radio frequency) tissue ablation. This app user might want to know: What happens if the electrode is tilted? How will the tissue damage be affected by changes in voltage or electrode cooling? What is the effect of changes to the tissue damage model? This informative, interactive, and easy to use app lets the user quickly explore these questions and more.
Following are some of the customized simulation applications we offer.
Spring Design App
As noted above, Veryst developed a robust COMSOL Multiphysics standalone app that simulates the compression of both helical and conical springs. See an example of simulating compression springs in a COMSOL Multiphysics application.
Lap Shear App
Veryst developed a free-to-use, standalone, COMSOL Multiphysics application to simulate the strength of single lap shear joints using cohesive zone modeling.
Ball Valve App
Veryst developed an easy-to-use COMSOL Multiphysics application to characterize the pressure loss and velocity distribution for ball valve designs, with the option of modeling both turbulent and laminar flow.
Contact us to discuss how we can develop an app customized to your needs.