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Title that Underlines the Scope of Your Work

First name I. Last name


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, First name I. Last name
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1. Company/University name, Department name, Street Address, City, State and post code if applicable;
2. Company/University name, Department name, Street Address, City, State and post code if applicable.
Introduction: Get the viewer interested in
the issue that you are addressing. Keep
background information to a minimum and
focus on writing a concise hypothesis of
your research work. Placing a picture in the
introduction could also convey your idea
more clearly to the viewers.
Computational Methods: Describe your
approach to the problem at hand. It might
be a good idea to show the important
equations that you are solving for. You may
also refer to the physics interfaces that you
used for the simulation.




This could be a good place to introduce the
geometry and describe the conditions that
define the problem.









Inlet Fluid 1
Inlet Fluid 2
Outlet
( )
( )
( ) 0
0
T
p
t
q
c
V V + V + V + V =
c
V =
u
u u u u
u
Results: Present your results and
findings based on the simulation work.
Address your hypothesis and present
your results in the form of simulated
graphics of your model, tables and
graphs.
Variable Value Units
Density 1000 Kg/m3
Dynamic
Viscosity
1 Pa.s
Diffusion
Coefficient
0.5 m2/s
Shear
Modulus
200 Pa
Conclusions: State whether your
hypothesis was supported by your work.
Briefly discuss the relevance and impact
of your findings to real world
applications. You can also mention the
future direction of your work.
References:
1. Author, Article Title, Journal, Volume,
Page numbers (year)
2. Author, Article Title, Journal, Volume,
Page numbers, (year)
3. Author, Article Title, Journal, Volume,
Page numbers (year)
Figure 2. Title of the figure
Figure 3. Title of the figure Figure 4. Title of the figure
Table 1. Title of the table
Figure 5. Title of the figure
Figure 1. Title of the figure
Excerpt from the Proceedings of the 2014 COMSOL Conference in Curitiba