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Entry  Thu Feb 14 12:38:51 2019, Ching Pin, Mechanics, , comsol modelling Screenshot_from_2019-02-14_12-47-11.pngScreenshot_from_2019-02-14_15-07-40.pngScreenshot_from_2019-02-14_15-41-41.pnggraph.pdf
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Message ID: 134     Entry time: Fri Mar 1 19:33:40 2019     In reply to: 133     Reply to this: 135
Author: Ching Pin 
Type: Mechanics 
Subject: comsol modelling 

I've changed the heating to be from two heat sources, to better model the situation with a heater and a laser. The heater deposits 22 mW, with the laser deposting .5 mW. The overall temperature distribution is smaller then before, as expected, but doesn't really change much. The heater is simulated with a deposited beam with a gassian beam profile with a standard deviation (s.d.) of 8 mm. The laser to the size has a .3 mm s.d. for contrast. I learned that while the deposited beam power doesn't care for emisitivity, it cares about the area the beam is incident with, so for example, if you increase the s.d. too much, you get less power deposited then what you enter.


 I've also got modes to appear using solid mechanics, and I'm trying to see if there is a good way to get the frequency dependence with temperature nicely simulated. Changing the parameters of the simulation does give me my different frequencies, but I trying to find a way to do that over the time evolution of the model. I also got to check if the frequency shift is in line with what we are measuring. 

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