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MBIASION

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  1. I have exported it in .DEX format. Then I have opened it as a .txt file. That's all.
  2. Dear Abdessamed, thank you for your help. I have fixed my problems with extracting data. BR, Marco Biasion
  3. Dear Abdessamed, thank you in advance for your kind response. Which file format do you suggest? I am trying to export B values on nodes first (or at nodes on elements, which is the difference?). To extract B on nodes I have selected "Formula" --> "Magnetic volume region" --> B. It does not work with any file format: BR, Marco Biasion
  4. Dear Abdessamed, thank you in advance for your kind response. Which file format do you suggest? I am trying to export B values on nodes first (or at nodes on elements, which is the difference?). To extract B on nodes I have selected "Formula" --> "Magnetic volume region" --> B. It does not work with any file format: BR, Marco Biasion
  5. Hi all, I am working on Synchronous Machines design performing 2D FEM analysis with Flux 2018. I have obtained the post-processing results concerning magnetic flux density distribution in the domain, iron loss figure computed by means of Bertotti formulation and so on. Now I need to access iron losses and magnetic flux density data for each element of the finite-element mesh. This is needed for further investigations, e.g., compute how many mesh elements have a certain magnitude of magnetic flux density. Is it possible? How can I do it? I know that "Computation on points" analysis is available, but it is not useful in this particular case. BR, Marco Biasion
  6. Hi all, I am working on Synchronous Machines design performing 2D FEM analysis with Flux 2018. I have obtained the post-processing results concerning magnetic flux density distribution in the domain, iron loss figure computed by means of Bertotti formulation and so on. Now I need to access iron losses and magnetic flux density data for each element of the finite-element mesh. This is needed for further investigations, e.g., compute how many mesh elements have a certain magnitude of magnetic flux density. Is it possible? How can I do it? I know that "Computation point" analysis is available, but I need to automatize that process. BR, Marco Biasion
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