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Hi,

I have assigned to determined the flux, current and voltage on the linear motor. I have a problem on assign the volume region. And the other i confuse either to do in flux 2d or flux 3d. 
can someone assist me.

 

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Hi,

The best way is to use Flux 3D. You can start with the supervisor example of a linear machine.  To get this example:

Flux 3D supervisor >> select Open example >> Select application note: linear motor.

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Hi

Actually i have done the example. I also have done all the step but it failed at the solving which i set the step number 81 but it only can compute at step 16 only.

For your information the geometry almost same like example but the different is magnet arrangement and the dimension.

 

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Hi,

okay later on i will share. But i have some question which what is the possibility if the convergence cannot solve?. And the arrow domain in graphic represent for what? Is the arrow represent magnetic field or magnetic flux?

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Hi,

Generally, there are several reasons for the non-convergence of the project, among which is the type of solver to be used.

About the arrow, they represent the flux density.

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Hi,

Yes, in Flux there is a macro to take into account of the halbach array concept. From data tree

Select extension >> macros>> select macros_Flux2D_postproc >> select HalbachMagnetization2D.PFM

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Hi,

So if i use 3D i should select macros_Flux3D_postproc>>select HalbachMagnetization3D.PFM?

Then if use halbach concept, should i set the orientation of the magnet as normal?

To easy for you, please find the attached file for you reference. the coil arrangement in series.

should i assign in physic for the magnet?

 

Best Regards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GEOM_FLU.PFL HalbachMagnetization3D.pdf HalbachMagnetization3D.py MESH_FLU.PFL Project_PyFlux_Log.py Project_PyFlux_Log_0.py PROBLEM_FLU.PFL REPORT.TXT

Edited by Syakirin Rosli

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Hi,

The (scalar) spatial quantities can be displayed on various supports in the form of isovalues (color-shade), isolines (the color of lines is equivalent those of the color shade) or arrows. About the difference between:

  • Domain: you take all the regions (face/ volume) to display a scalar

  • No vacuum, you don’t take into account of the region type air (vacuum)

  • Vacuum and infinite, you take into account of both region air and infinite

All the differences between the support, you can find it in the help of Flux.

file:///C:/Program%20Files/Altair/2019/flux/Flux/Help/Flux/english/Website/index.html?Isovaleurs

 

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