Jump to content

Farid zidat

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

About Farid zidat

  • Rank

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Are you University user?

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Hello Jerome; Only the linear solver Mumps is parallelized, you can have more information from the Flux help. However, if you have to solve parametric scenario, and you have a lot of configuration, you can use CDE for the distribution. The distribution can be done on your own computer or on a cluster. For instance you vary the parameter A from 0 to 4 by step of 1. For each parameter A, you have time variation from 0s to 0.02s by step of 0.001s. Then you can solve in parallel 5 Flux project if you have enough RAM memory and cores. Note that, the time steps are not parallelized. Please have a look on the Flux help to have more information about CDE. Regards
  2. Hello; You can find the Activate project, in your Flux installation directory, for me i can find it here: C:\Program Files\Altair\2020\flux\Flux\DocExamples\Examples2D\Cosimulation\SPM_Regulation_Activate\SPM_Regulation_Activate.zip\SPM_Regulation_Activate_Case1 Regards
  3. Farid zidat


    Hello; If the you supply with balanced three phase current system, A or B are OK. If you supply with Voltage sources, you need to use A. But why do you want to use B configuration ? Please find bellow the answers to your questions: 1- A is a star connection, but you need to add in parallel a big resistance: 2- The squirrel cage component need to be connected to the ground, so even in Circuit A, you can connect it seprately to the ground. Regards
  4. The insultion face on the winding like this one. Regards
  5. Hello; Can you please try to use MUMPs Instead of ICCG, to modefy the solving options, please go to Solving menu, and then solving options. However, I think your Flux project is not well defined. There is no magnetic circuit for instance. It can be the case, but if it is, I invite you te create a insulation face region between the green block and the winding. The same thing for the coil, as it is defined, Flux will consider the coil as a block with only one turn, in this case also, you should create an insulation face region between each turn to the other. Best regards
  6. Hello; For the first use of HyperStudy with Flux, you need to define the solver installation path i.e. on Windows: <Flux installation directory>\flux\Flux\Bin\prg\win64\Flux.exe (by default <Flux installation directory>=C:\Program Files\Altair\2019 if Flux 2019.1 was installed on Windows with an administrator account), In HyperStudy, select the menu Edit > Register Solver Script Regards
  7. Dear Flux user, Please find bellow the answer to your questions: First question: 1- The formulation used for solid conductor is different to the one used for coil region, Anyway, I will add this request for our R&D team. The inductance can be computed from the magnetic Energy. You can compute the magnetic Energy using a sensor on the domain, and then use compute the inductance, before that you have to recover the RMS value of the current. I can not see second question in your email, but feel free to comeback to us if needed. Regards
  8. Hello Mostafa, I suggest you to use the last version of Flux, you can create a non linear magnet and then chose to take or not the demagnetisation during solving.Dmagnetization_analysis_with_Flux2D.pdf
  • Create New...