Flux is a general purpose CAE software which only requires that one clearly describe their idea.
This is done by defining the individual components which make up the idea in each of the
- Physical shape, or geometry
- Relative location and orientation
- Mesh or discretization
- Material character
- Excitation or energy source for the idea
Flux then solves for the requested physics and provides one with multiple ways to scrutinize the
solution, and to review the success of the idea. 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. You can use
variation curves versus time or position, or make spatial spectrum computations. Additionally
you can analyze global quantities like inductance, energy, force and torques.
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 is used on a variety of devices and applications, and the available technology allows companies
in a broad range of markets and industries to succeed.
Finally, 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 specific and 3D specific activities
independently. Our 2D specific activities are available to you in our product called Flux2D
and our 3D specific activities are available to you in our product called Flux3D
To review our Flux software first hand, then please consider initiating your free 60-day evaluation.
- Fill out the automated registration process to gain access
- Download or Print Out our Software Evaluation Form
- Fill in the necessary software and PC information
- FAX it back to us
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