COMSOL® SOFTWARE VERSION 5.5 UPDATE 3

Released 2020年2月25日
COMSOL® software version 5.5 update 3 contains performance and stability improvements to COMSOL Multiphysics®, COMSOL Server™, and COMSOL Client. The update applies to COMSOL® software version 5.5 (Build: 292), version 5.5 update 1 (Build: 306) and version 5.5 update 2 (Build: 352). The update can be applied directly to an installation of version 5.5.

If you have a version older than version 5.5 and a valid license that is on subscription, then perform a full installation of version 5.5 from the Product Download page, which will include all updates.

How to Apply the Software Update

Before proceeding with your installation, make sure that you close and exit any running COMSOL® processes or any software you have running that correlates to a LiveLink™ product you would like to update (Excel®, MATLAB®, or a CAD software).

Updating COMSOL Multiphysics®

The easiest way to install the update for COMSOL Multiphysics® is to start the program and then select Check for Product Updates. If using the Windows® operating system, this is located in the File menu under Help. If using the Linux® operating system or macOS, this is located in the Help menu.

For more information on how to install the update and for offline installation, see the Additional Instructions tab below.

In order to check that the update installation was successful, first start the COMSOL Multiphysics® software and select the About COMSOL Multiphysics menu option. If using the Windows® operating system, this is located in the File menu under Help. If using the Linux® operating system or macOS, this is located in the Help menu. The listed version should be COMSOL Multiphysics® 5.5 (Build: 359).

Updating COMSOL Server™

To update COMSOL Server™ if using the Windows® operating system, run the Update program from the COMSOL Launchers folder in the Start menu.

Note that the COMSOL Server™ service process needs to be stopped before applying the update. For more information on how to install the update, installing on other operating systems, and offline installation, see the Additional Instructions tab below.

To check that the installation was successful, first make sure that COMSOL Server™ is running, then navigate to COMSOL Server™ in a web browser and follow the About COMSOL Server™ link in the lower-right corner. The new version should be COMSOL Server™ 5.5 (Build: 359).

Updating COMSOL Client for Use with COMSOL Server™

To update COMSOL Client for the Windows® operating system, download the new version from Client Download and install. The previous 5.5 installation will be overwritten. Your installation of COMSOL Client must have the same version number as the COMSOL Server™ installation that you connect to.

The following instructions apply only if you are not using the method based on the Check for Product Updates menu item, as described above.

Updating COMSOL Multiphysics®

1

Check the Version Number

  1. Start COMSOL Multiphysics®.
  2. Open the About COMSOL Multiphysics dialog box. If using the Windows® operating system, the dialog box can be found in the File menu under Help. If using either the Linux® operating system or macOS, the dialog box can be found under the Help menu.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 292), 5.5 update 1 (Build: 306), or 5.5 update 2 (Build: 352). This corresponds to the version that has not yet been updated.
2

Install the Update

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure to exit any running COMSOL Multiphysics® processes or any software you have running that correlates to a LiveLink™ product you would like to update (Excel®, PowerPoint®, MATLAB®, or a CAD software).

  1. If you have any of the LiveLink™ for CAD* products installed on a Windows® platform, please download the COMSOL Software Version 5.5 Installer Update, then run the executable. After the installation is finished, the updated COMSOL Multiphysics 5.5 Installer will be automatically launched and you can continue with step 3 below. If you do not have a LiveLink™ for CAD* product installed on a Windows® platform, please continue with step 2 below.
    COMSOL Software Version 5.5 Installer Update
    * LiveLink™ for AutoCAD®, LiveLink™ for PTC® Creo® Parametric™, LiveLink™ for Inventor®, LiveLink™ for PTC® Pro/ENGINEER®, LiveLink™ for Solid Edge®, LiveLink™ for SOLIDWORKS®, LiveLink™ for Revit®
  2. Start the COMSOL® software update installer:
    • Windows® operating systems: Run the Update program from the COMSOL Launchers folder in the Start menu, or directly from the COMSOL 5.5 installation folder. The COMSOL Launchers folder can be found in the installation folder, for example, C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Multiphysics\\COMSOL Launchers.
    • Linux® operating systems: Run the update script from the COMSOL 5.5 installation directory, for example, /usr/local/comsol55/multiphysics.
    • macOS: Run the COMSOL Update application from the COMSOL 5.5 installation directory, for example, /Applications/COMSOL55/Multiphysics.
  3. The next step will be taken in the installer program's Options page and depends on whether or not you have a live internet connection or if you plan to download the update file for offline installation:
    • If you have an internet connection: Keep the Direct download setting.
    • If you have an internet connection via a proxy server: Select Download via proxy server and enter your proxy configuration settings.
    • If you do not have an internet connection on the target computer or if you want to apply the update several times on multiple computers: Download the following file to a folder on your computer
      DOWNLOAD UPDATE (1.1 GB)
      In the installer program, select Manual download and click Browse. Navigate to the downloaded file and click Open.
  4. Click Next to get to the Release Notes page for reviewing the update details.
  5. Click Next to get to the Install page and review the software components affected by the update.
  6. In the Install page, click Install to start the installation of the update.
3

Check the Installation

  1. Start COMSOL Multiphysics®.
  2. Open the About COMSOL Multiphysics dialog box. If using the Windows® operating system, this is located in the File menu under Help. If using the Linux® operating system or macOS, this is located in the Help menu.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 359). (If not, the installation did not succeed.)

Updating COMSOL Server™

1

Check the Version Number

  1. Navigate to the running version of COMSOL Server™ in a web browser.
  2. Click the About COMSOL Server link in the lower-right corner.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 292), 5.5 update 1 (Build: 306), or 5.5 update 2 (Build: 352). This corresponds to the version that has not yet been updated.
2

Stop the COMSOL Server™ Processes

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure to stop any running COMSOL Server™ processes.

  1. In Windows®: Stop the server by either typing close, if COMSOL Server™ is running in a command window, or by running the Stop COMSOL Server shortcut from the COMSOL Launchers folder in the start menu, if COMSOL Server™ is installed as a Windows® service.
  2. In Linux®: If you configured COMSOL Server™ using the systemd service, stop it by typing systemctl stop comsolserver55; otherwise, kill the COMSOL Server™ process.
  3. In macOS: Kill the COMSOL Server™ process.
3

Install the Update

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure to stop any running COMSOL Server™ processes, as described above.

  1. Start the COMSOL® software update installer:
    • Windows® operating systems: Run the Update program from the COMSOL Launchers folder in the Start menu, or directly from the COMSOL 5.5 installation folder. The COMSOL Launchers folder can be found in the installation folder, for example, C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Server\\COMSOL Launchers.
    • Linux® operating systems: Run the update script from the COMSOL 5.5 installation directory, for example, /usr/local/comsol55/server.
    • macOS: Run the COMSOL Update application from the COMSOL 5.5 installation directory, for example, /Applications/COMSOL55/Server.
  2. The next step will be taken in the installer program's Options page and depends on whether or not you have a live internet connection or if you plan to download the update file for offline installation:
    • If you have an internet connection: Keep the Direct download setting.
    • If you have an internet connection via a proxy server: Select Download via proxy server and enter your proxy configuration settings.
    • If you do not have an internet connection on the target computer or if you want to apply the update several times on multiple computers: Download the following file to a folder on your computer
      DOWNLOAD UPDATE (1.1 GB)
      In the installer program, select Manual download and click Browse. Navigate to the downloaded file and click Open.
  3. Click Next to get to the Release Notes page for reviewing the update details.
  4. Click Next to get to the Install page and review the software components affected by the update.
  5. In the Install page, click Install to start the installation of the update.
4

Start COMSOL Server™ Again

  • In Windows®: Start COMSOL Server™ by using the COMSOL Server shortcut in the start menu. Alternatively, if COMSOL Server™ was installed as a Windows® service, start it by using the Start COMSOL Server shortcut.
  • In Linux®: If you configured COMSOL Server™ using the systemd service, start it by typing systemctl start comsolserver55; otherwise, type <installation directory>/bin/comsol server to start COMSOL Server™.
  • In macOS: Type <installation directory>/bin/comsol server to start COMSOL Server™.
5

Check the Installation

  1. Navigate to the running version of COMSOL Server™ in a web browser.
  2. Click the About COMSOL Server link in the lower-right corner
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 359). (If not, the installation did not succeed.)

Setting up Automated Installation of the Update

If you do not have access to the graphical user interface of your operating system or if you want to automate the update process, you can follow the steps below.

Automated Update of COMSOL Multiphysics®

1

Check the Version Number

  1. Start COMSOL Multiphysics®.
  2. Open the About COMSOL Multiphysics dialog box. If using the Windows® operating system, the dialog box can be found in the File menu under Help. If using either the Linux® operating system or macOS, the dialog box can be found under the Help menu.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 292), 5.5 update 1 (Build: 306), or 5.5 update 2 (Build: 352). This corresponds to the version that has not yet been updated.
2

Download the Update File

Click the button below to download the update. In some browsers, such as the Internet Explorer® browser, a dialog box will then open where you can click Save directly after the download has occurred.

DOWNLOAD UPDATE (1.1 GB)

3

Installation

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure you have closed any COMSOL sessions or stopped any running COMSOL processes or any software you have running that correlates to a LiveLink™ product you would like to update (Excel®, MATLAB®, or a CAD software).

Windows® Operating Systems

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Multiphysics
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = C:\\Users\\username\\Downloads\\comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Run cmd. Start the setup program (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Multiphysics\\bin\\win64\\setup.exe -s C:\\Users\\username\\setupconfig.ini

Linux® Operating Systems

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = /usr/local/comsol55/multiphysics
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = /home/username/Downloads/comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Start the setup script (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: /usr/local/comsol55/multiphysics/bin/glnxa64/setup -s /home/username/setupconfig.ini

macOS

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = /Applications/COMSOL55/Multiphysics
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = /home/username/Downloads/comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Start the setup script (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: /Applications/COMSOL55/Multiphysics/bin/maci64/setup -s /home/username/setupconfig.ini

4

Check the Installation

  1. Start COMSOL Multiphysics®.
  2. Open the About COMSOL Multiphysics dialog box. If using the Windows® operating system, this is located in the File menu under Help. If using the Linux® operating system or macOS, this is located in the Help menu.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 359). (If not, the installation did not succeed.)

Automated Update of COMSOL Server™

1

Check the Version Number

  1. Navigate to the running version of COMSOL Server™ in a web browser.
  2. Click the About COMSOL Server link in the lower-right corner.
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 292), 5.5 update 1 (Build: 306), or 5.5 update 2 (Build: 352). This corresponds to the version that has not yet been updated.
2

Stop the COMSOL Server™ Processes

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure to stop any running COMSOL Server™ processes.

  1. In Windows®: Stop the server by either typing close, if COMSOL Server™ is running in a command window, or by running the Stop COMSOL Server shortcut from the COMSOL Launchers folder in the start menu, if COMSOL Server™ is installed as a Windows® service.
  2. In Linux®: If you configured COMSOL Server™ using the systemd service, stop it by typing systemctl stop comsolserver55; otherwise, kill the COMSOL Server™ process.
  3. In macOS: Kill the COMSOL Server™ process.
3

Download the Update File

Click the button below to download the update. In some browsers, such as the Internet Explorer® browser, a dialog box will then open where you can click Save directly after the download has occurred.

DOWNLOAD UPDATE (1.1 GB)

4

Installation

Before you proceed with the installation, make sure you have closed any COMSOL sessions or stopped any running COMSOL processes or any software you have running that correlates to a LiveLink™ product you would like to update (Excel®, MATLAB®, or a CAD software).

Windows® Operating Systems

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Server
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = C:\\Users\\username\\Downloads\\comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Run cmd. Start the setup program (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: C:\\Program Files\\COMSOL\\COMSOL55\\Server\\bin\\win64\\setup.exe -s C:\\Users\\username\\setupconfig.ini

Linux® Operating Systems

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = /usr/local/comsol55/server
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = /home/username/Downloads/comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Start the setup script (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: /usr/local/comsol55/server/bin/glnxa64/setup -s /home/username/setupconfig.ini

macOS

  1. Create a file named setupconfig.ini in your home directory, or anywhere else you have write permission.

  2. Copy the following lines to setupconfig.ini
    installdir = /Applications/COMSOL55/Server
    installmode = update
    update.filepath = /home/username/Downloads/comsol_5.5.0.359_update.dat

  3. Change installdir path to the target COMSOL installation. Change update.filepath to the path where the manual update file is located.

  4. Start the setup script (located in the COMSOL install directory under ./bin/arch ) with the flag -s and the path to your setupconfig.ini file. Example: /Applications/COMSOL55/Server/bin/maci64/setup -s /home/username/setupconfig.ini

5

Start COMSOL Server™ Again

  • In Windows®: Start COMSOL Server™ by using the COMSOL Server shortcut in the start menu. Alternatively, if COMSOL Server™ was installed as a Windows® service, start it by using the Start COMSOL Server shortcut.
  • In Linux®: If you configured COMSOL Server™ using the systemd service, start it by typing systemctl start comsolserver55; otherwise, type <installation directory>/bin/comsol server to start COMSOL Server™.
  • In macOS: Type <installation directory>/bin/comsol server to start COMSOL Server™.
6

Check the Installation

  1. Navigate to the running version of COMSOL Server™ in a web browser.
  2. Click the About COMSOL Server link in the lower-right corner
  3. Check that the version number is 5.5 (Build: 359). (If not, the installation did not succeed.)

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All COMSOL® software products undergo stability improvements that are introduced as updates. The following list contains the most important improvements in COMSOL® version 5.5 update 3 (including those of update 1 and update 2).

COMSOL Multiphysics®

  • For the PID Controller add-in, the coefficients of the proportional and integral terms have changed signs to conform with standard conventions, and it is no longer necessary to specify units for coefficients or terms with the value 0.1
  • The system requirements for the license manager have been expanded to now also support Debian® 6, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®/CentOS 6, and SUSE® Enterprise Linux® 11.4 and newer.1
  • Fixed a problem with the evaluation of time derivatives of dependent variables from a different frequency domain solution using the withsol operator during assembling.2
  • Improved the refresh action of the Application Libraries window.2
  • Disabled the Run Application button in the Application Libraries window for application previews.2
  • Upgraded the Tomcat server to version 7.0.99.2
  • Reduced window padding for applications running in a web browser.2
  • Pressing the X, Y, or Z key to control rotation in the Graphics window now works on macOS.2
  • The solver sequence now shows the storage format that will be used when running on a cluster.2
  • A problem has been fixed where a running COMSOL® instance could lose contact to the license server if the license file was changed on the license server.2
  • Performance improvements.2
  • A problem has been fixed in the COMSOL Installer that under certain conditions may cause the uninstallation of a LiveLink™ for CAD* product.3
  • Removes a risk for client/server connection problems.3

COMSOL Compiler™

  • For standalone applications compiled with the Download option, the download of COMSOL Runtime™ is more stable.2

COMSOL Server™

  • Upgraded the Tomcat server to version 7.0.99.2

AC/DC Module

  • Stability improvement of divergence cleaning for boundary coils with symmetry cuts.2
  • Corrected a problem with the calculation of accurate concatenated flux for boundary coils.2

Acoustics Module

  • The computation of the arrival time of rays at the Receiver dataset has been improved to give more accurate results for direct sound and for rays that undergo reflections at a boundary near the receiver.2

Batteries and Fuel Cells Module

  • New electrode material (NMC 811) added to the Batteries & Fuel Cells material library.2

CAD Import Module, Design Module and LiveLink™ Modules for CAD

  • The CAD file import functionality has been extended to support new versions for the following file formats:2
    • ACIS® (.sat, .sab, .asat, .asab): 2020 1.0
    • AutoCAD® (.dxf, .dwg): 2020
    • Inventor® (.iam, .ipt): 2020
    • NX™ (.prt): 1872
    • SOLIDWORKS® (.sldprt, .sldasm): 2020

CFD Module

  • Fixed slip velocity definition in the Mixture Model multiphysics coupling for Phase Transport.2
  • Fixed drag coefficient definition for the Haider–Levenspiel model in the Mixture Model multiphysics coupling for Phase Transport.2

Composite Materials Module

  • Extended the number of configurations that are supported for slits in composite materials.2

File Import for CATIA® V5

  • Support has been added to import CATIA® V5 (.CATPart, .CATProduct) version 2020 files.2

Heat Transfer Module

  • For radiation in semitransparent media, wavelength-dependent properties for 2D axisymmetric geometries are now enabled.1
  • The heat transfer coefficient for a spherical pellet bed in the Local Thermal Nonequilibrium multiphysics interface has been corrected.2
  • Fixed variables definition on isothermal domain interfaces for coupling with surface-to-surface radiation.2

LiveLink™ for MATLAB®

  • Exporting animations from MATLAB® now works when the server is running on another computer.2

Nonlinear Structural Mechanics Module

  • You can now compute plasticity in the Shell interface with multiple interfaces. Previously, applying plasticity on several domains associated with different materials generated an error about duplicate variables names.2

Optimization Module

  • The derivative-free optimization methods now support the Polynomial Boundary shape optimization feature.1

Particle Tracing Module

  • When using the Massless formulation and enabling out-of-plane degrees of freedom in the Charged Particle Tracing or Particle Tracing for Fluid Flow interfaces, you can now specify the out-of-plane velocity component in the Particle Properties Settings window. Previously, only the in-plane components would be shown.2
  • Fixed an error where the settings for the lognormal particle diameter distribution did not appear properly in the Release from Data File feature settings.2
  • Fixed an error in the equation display for the Boundary Load node in the Particle Tracing for Fluid Flow interface.2
  • Ensured that the acoustophoretic force can get the correct value of the frequency used to compute the acoustic pressure field, even if the frequency domain study for pressure acoustics does not immediately precede the time-dependent study for particle tracing (for example, if they are Study 1 and Study 3 in a model).2
  • The software now automatically disables the Symmetry node in the Charged Particle Tracing and Particle Tracing for Fluid Flow interfaces if the Massless formulation is used.2
  • Fixed an error that occurred when selecting an initial particle velocity distribution and then switching the formulation to Massless.2
  • When using the null collision method for Monte Carlo collision modeling with the Charged Particle Tracing interface, the choice to apply the collisions to only a single species is now respected.2
  • Fixed an error that occurred when using the options to include rarefaction effects and to specify a particle diameter distribution in the Particle Tracing for Fluid Flow interface.2
  • Improved the robustness of the Particle Counter and Ray Detector features when used with a parametric sweep over multiple parameter values.2

Porous Media Flow Module

  • The following additional domain conditions and boundary conditions are now available for the Heat Transfer in Fractures interface with licenses for the Subsurface Flow Module or the Porous Media Flow Module:2
    • Domains: Heat Source
    • Boundaries: Temperature, Heat Flux, Heat Source, and Surface-to-Ambient Radiation

Ray Optics Module

  • Fixed an error in the release of diffraction orders from a grating or cross grating when the reflectance or transmittance of a given order (but not both) is exactly zero.2
  • Fixed an error in the perturbation due to surface roughness for the Illuminated Surface feature in 2D.2
  • Fixed an error when the Include surface roughness check box was selected in some, but not all, of the Illuminated Surface nodes in a geometrical optics model.2
  • Fixed a crash when adding a Height attribute to the Optical Aberration plot, while also applying a filter to the rays.2
  • Adjusted the equation display for the Material Discontinuity node so that the symbols for the transmission and reflection coefficients are more consistent.2
  • For ray release features that display the total number of rays released in a conical distribution, the number shown is now correctly updated after changing the number of azimuthal or polar angles.2
  • Fixed an error in the equation display for the Diffraction Order node in the Geometrical Optics interface.2
  • When releasing rays with one of the conical distributions, Hexapolar or Specify polar and azimuthal distributions, you may now enter zero for the number of polar angles. This will cause a single ray to be released along the cone axis.2

RF Module

  • Fixed a bug resulting in Polar and Smith plot groups becoming empty when rendered in the web client.2

Semiconductor Module

  • Fixed an error in 5.5 update 1 that disallows the selection of the WKB tunneling option in Schottky contacts.2
  • Stability improvement for very rare cases of interference between the Plasma Module and the Semiconductor Module.2

Structural Mechanics Module

  • Corrected a problem where an error occurred when generating an Eigenfrequency solver sequence. This could happen on some computers if a comma was selected as the decimal separator in the system settings.2
  • Corrected a problem where the integration in the rms and m operators for random vibration could return erroneous results.2

1 New in update 1 2 New in update 2 3 New in update 3

* LiveLink™ for AutoCAD®, LiveLink™ for PTC® Creo® Parametric™, LiveLink™ for Inventor®, LiveLink™ for PTC® Pro/ENGINEER®, LiveLink™ for Solid Edge®, LiveLink™ for SOLIDWORKS®, LiveLink™ for Revit®


If you have installed the PowerPoint interface or LiveLink for Excel and have at least one of those programs running during the update process, you will get a warning message during the update. Exit both PowerPoint and Excel, and then click Try Again.


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