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Nowadays, most devices involve a few simulation steps from pre-design to final validation. Engineers have to try many configurations, define working conditions and make sure the device will run trouble-free and optimally. In this context, Flux can help designers to perform their studies at every step of this industrial process. This article presents an example of an actuator as an illustration of how to pre-design a device, how to optimise it with multiple objectives and how to run the final validation before releasing the final product. All of these steps are possible using the 3D modeller, the parametric study, GOT-It optimiser and all the simplification tools.

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For over 35 years CEDRAT has been acknowledged as the European leader in simulation technology.

For over 35 years CEDRAT has been acknowledged as the European leader in simulation technology.
CEDRAT offers a full suite of tools for the design, the analysis and optimization of devices and systems for a wide range of electrical and mechatronic engineering applications.
CEDRAT’s flagship product is Flux 2D/3D, a software suite that specializes in electromagnetic and thermal analysis for modeling and optimizing electrical devices such as motors, transformers, actuators and sensors. Flux software is also relevant to equipment that is used in electric-fields studies, or heat-treatment applications.
4 modeling and simulation tools, 11 international partners, 35 years of experience and more than 50 engineers, developers and consultants. CEDRAT S.A. develops and markets leading computer-aided-engineering (CAE) simulation tools. These tools are used by manufacturers to accelerate and manage precise design solutions for devices such as motors, transformers, actuators, and sensors. CEDRAT has developed GOT-It, for device-and-systems optimisation; InCa3D, for conductor impedance and near-field simulation and Portunus, for mechatronic system simulation.

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