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Perform and control your COMSOL Multiphysics modeling from the Excel environment
Open COMSOL Multiphysics models from an Excel workbook
Synchronize model parameters, variables, and functions with an Excel worksheet
Change parameters, variables, and functions in the worksheet, then update and solve the model
Run parametric sweeps from the Excel environment
Extract results from a model to an Excel worksheet
Track the progress of the solution through the COMSOL Model window
While modeling in the COMSOL Desktop, load and save model definitions from an Excel workbook
Create COMSOL material libraries from data in an Excel worksheet
Supports Excel for Windows: Excel 2013 (Desktop version, MSI-based installation), Excel 2010 (not Excel 2010 Starter), and Excel 2007
Video Tutorial: Importing Excel Data into a COMSOL Model
Integrating Microsoft Excel® with COMSOL Multiphysics streamlines the workflow within your engineering team. With LiveLink™ for Excel® you can create COMSOL models using data previously gathered and processed in Excel®.
LiveLink™ for Excel®
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Tutorial model that demonstrates how to work with COMSOL models in Excel, including loading and saving files, updating model parameters, solving, and retrieving results.