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Altair Flux & FluxMotor 2022.0 (Win x64)

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Altair Flux & FluxMotor 2022.0 (Win x64)
Altair Flux & FluxMotor 2022.0 | 3.9 Gb
Product:Altair Flux and Altair FluxMotor
Version:2022.0.0 (2022/03/17)
Supported Architectures:x64
Website Home Page :www.altairhyperworks.com
Languages Supported:english
System Requirements:Windows *
Size:3.9 Gb

Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), announced the launch of Altair Flux and Altair FluxMotor 2022.0.0. Both tools are now installed together and just a few clicks are needed to switch from one to the other.



Let's have a look at the key features and improvements of Altair Flux 2022.
ALTAIR SIMLAB, A NEW POWERFUL INTERFACE TO RUN FLUX COMPUTATIONS
Altair SimLab is a very powerful environment with an easy-to-use interface. From CAD to post-processing, it is now offering a very fast way to run Flux 3D magnetostatic analysis, with unique CAD handling and meshing capabilities, within a very intuitive workflow.

Within SimLab, 2D static and transient analysis can also be run.

A TIGHTER INTEGRATION OF FLUXMOTOR & FLUX
Those of you designing electric motors probably know about FluxMotor. This is a very intuitive and fast tool for the pre-design of electric machines. It is often used in association with Flux to provide a more in-depth analysis. Both tools are now installed together and just a few clicks are needed to switch from one to the other.

ADVANCED MODELING OF LOSSES
When designing high-speed machines, extra losses in windings due to proximity and skin effects need to be assessed. These copper losses can now be calculated in a very efficient way in 2D transient, without describing each wire. It is based on a homogenization method and offers a great gain of time when solving and for pre-processing, also keeping a very good accuracy

Aluminum or copper foil coils are sometimes used in power transformer applications. To model this kind of windings, homogenization methods can also be used. It is a very efficient way to compute losses in such coils in 2D steady-state AC simulations.

Taking into account magnetic hysteresis during transient solving is possible in Flux, relying on the Preisach's model. With this version, both solving speed and post-processing capabilities have been improved when using such models.
MATERIAL MODEL IDENTIFICATION
Flux has many advanced models to represent accurately the magnetic behavior of materials. These models need to be fed with data coming from experiments or from manufacturers' datasheets. To ease the fitting process, a new set of tools is proposed and available in Flux installation, and will help you get the best of Flux models to represent B(H) characteristics, consider hysteresis or compute iron losses.

FREE SHAPE OPTIMIZATION
This new way of doing optimization has been introduced in Flux 2021.1. In 2022, new responses and constraints can now be considered, giving you more possibilities in the definition of your optimization problems.

DESIGNING AXIAL FLUX MACHINES
A set of macros is available to automate the modeling of axial flux machines in Flux. Thermal computations are now considered, both for steady-state and transient analysis.

AND ALSO:
- FEMT: various improvements of the Flux e-Machine Toolbox to compute efficiency maps
- Curves viewed during solving are automatically created for post-processing
- Improvement of layer mesh for efficient meshing of eddy current effects in 3D.
- Volume meshing speed-up
- New API to drive Flux from Python.
Altair Flux and Altair FluxMotor 2022 release notes
Note: For all new features and enhancements, refer to the manual .pdf files available from the Help menu in each module or from the Manuals folder on your hard drive



Those of you designing electric motors probably know about FluxMotor. This is a very intuitive and fast tool for the pre-design of electric machines. It is often used in association with Flux to provide a more in-depth analysis. Both tools are now installed together and just a few clicks are needed to switch from one to the other.
Altair Flux, a low frequency electromagnetic simulation software used for motor simulation captures the complexity of electromechanical equipment to optimize their performance, efficiency, dimensions, cost or weight with precision, bringing better innovation and value products to end users.
Altair Flux User Environment and Workflow
This brief video explains the general philosophy of how Altair Flux is used starting. The video also shows how commands for geometry, mesh generation and general model setup can be accessed.
FluxMotoris dedicated to addressing the global design of electric motors. It enables engineers to accelerate the design of machines, quickly explore a variety of configurations while considering multiphysics constraints, and select the most promising options within minutes.
Discover Altair FluxMotor an Easy to Use Software Dedicated to e-Motor Concept Design
Altair is a global technology companyproviding software and cloud solutions in the areas of simulation, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence (AI). Altair enables organizations across broad industry segments to compete more effectively in a connected world while creating a more sustainable future.


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