I am a beginner in computational physics but have a background in physics, math, and programming (from online courses, videos, and textbooks) and I would like to know how should I:
- Approach and think of any general computational physics problem and how I might find a solution and apply it to a real-world physical experiment that implements the model with a physical device to test
I do not have any specific problem in mind right now (as I invalidated my previous physics issue and will not continue working on it, as seen in the comments).
Which textbooks and/or online courses or resources I could learn from that will help me with general computational physics problems and solutions. I would like to learn universal principles and rules of thumb and any seasoned tips from anyone here.
I am looking to use COMSOL for the simulations in case anyone was wondering which software I will use.