This project will focus on the calculations, tests, and analysis that went into creating a feasible Detector Solenoid design for Mu2e. The project primarily involves a finite element analysis (FEM) program called COMSOL that can produce analysis of magnetic fields, axial stresses, force summations, and coil deformations. The Mu2e experiment aims to find the direct, neutrino-less conversion of a muon to an electron in the field of a nucleus. The Charged Lepton Flavor Violation (CLFV) is one example of a neutrino-less muon-to-electron conversion that is found in the Coulomb field of a nucleus. If this occurrence can be observed, there may be much more to specify in regards to the standard model of particle physics and the fundamental laws of high energy physics.