show your computation results in Flux

and convince with new design

An extensive range of simulation results presented in different ways in Flux 2D/3D

Flux2D-rotating_machine-flux_denstiy-airgap

You can view the results in many different ways to clearly scrutinize your design idea. You can use:

  • Color-shaded maps or isovalue lines within the problem region to look at quantities like flux density or heat distribution
  • Variation curves versus parameters (time,position,geometric, physical...)
  • Spatial spectrum computations
  • Analysis of global quantities like inductance, energy, force and torques
  • Sensor defined before solving in order to save time during post-processing

 

 

Flux3D-rotating_machine
Flux3D-rotating_machine-end_winding
Flux density on stator lamination and end bars of a Limmern induction machine