FLUX is a finite element software application used for electromagnetic and thermal physics simulations, both in 2D and 3D. FLUX can handle the design and analysis of any electromagnetic device.

Based on 30-years of experience, Flux is reliable and accurate.

Flux features a large number of functionalities, including extended multi-parametric analysis, advanced electrical circuit coupling and kinematic coupling, it is suitable for:

  • Static
  • Harmonic &
  • Transient analysis

FLUX is suitable for designing, analyzing and optimizing a variety of devices and applications such as:

  • Rotating machines.
  • Linear actuators.
  • Electromagnetic compatibility.
  • Transformers.
  • Induction heating devices.
  • Sensors.
  • HV devices.
  • Cables.
  • Nondestructive Evaluation.

An easy system definition

FLUX solves for the requested physics and provides one with multiple ways to scrutinize the solution, and to review the success of the idea.
FLUX is a pioneer in the development of FEM formulations. Please consider reviewing the following areas where FLUX has revolutionized the way that you can get the answers at your fingertips:

  • Flux parametrics
  • Mesh capabilities
  • Fast & Robust solver
  • Post-processing
  • Software interoperability

In order to provide you with the best simulation results in the shortest amount of computation time, Flux development continues to uncover formulations for both 2D and 3D specific activities independently.

Flux parametrics

Parametric control in FLUX allows you to control all geometry and mesh constructs as well as applicable physical properties and excitation source values. Each of these can be defined by a simple real number or you can actually enter mathematical expressions into the text fields. The use of expressions dramatically simplifies geometry creation, modifications and re-use.

The following elements can be parametrically controlled:

In addition, our solver technology directly accesses the parameters used in a model instance, and allows you to explore a similar design alternative by simply perturbing desired parameters instead of having to revisit the pre-processing.