Software for low frequency electromagnetic and thermal simulation, Flux, now a part of the Altair HyperWorks simulation platform, has released its new version, Flux 12.3. Using breakthrough technologies, Flux is a suitable tool for the analysis, design and optimisation of modern applications such as electric rotating machines, actuators and sensors, high power electrical equipment, heat treatment or electromagnetic compatibility.
Flux 12.3 includes several new enhancements, enabling users to achieve even higher quality meshes and experience new and efficient ways to deal with 3D CAD imports.
Key highlights offered in this release include:
“Flux now benefits from the latest technologies available in Altair, ensuring added value for our users. We have integrated new CAD import and meshing capabilities and speeded-up 3D model creation. Offering new connections with the other Altair simulation tools allows users to couple different physics and propose a complete simulation solution. With Flux 12.3 we have opened the door to multi-disciplinary optimisation for design in electrical engineering,” said Vincent Leconte, Director Business Development EM Solutions, Altair.
The addition of Flux technology to the Altair HyperWorks suite of products in 2016 has further enhanced Altair’s electromagnetic simulation offering by addressing the lower frequency simulation requirements of customers. This broad software coverage and domain expertise supports Internet of Things (IoT) industrial applications and the rapidly growing EM market.
To see Flux 12.3 live and to learn more about its EM product suite, visit them on 20th June in Baltimore for the: 'ATCx - The Highs & Lows of Electromagnetics' or in Europe, from 26th to 28th June in Frankenthal Germany for the European ATC. The event will feature special sessions on EM.