Issues Short description of the source problem resolved in this version
Data Import/Export context FX-25693 The tools available in the Data Import/Export context for the creation of force collections have been improved. More specifically, while creating a force collection through the "Simplified projective method dedicated to rotating machines," Flux is now able to automatically create the virtual cylindrical support in the machine's air gap over which the magnetic pressure is evaluated. This is achieved through the new "Automatically defined" option, which is available in the "Definition of the computation cylinder" drop-down menu of the dialog box dedicated to the creation of forces collections with this specific method (only in Flux 2D and Skew). An alternative option named "User defined" is also available and allows the user to manually set the virtual cylinder radius and its discretization (available in Flux 2D, 3D and Skew). This automatic definition simplifies the creation of data collections for the export of forces, which is usually required in the context of NVH analysis applications.
Data Import/Export context FX-17611 The Import/Export context has been improved with a new data export possibility. The new "Export to Virtual Lab" function allows exporting both static and time-varying forces stored in a data collection to a .UNV file, which is compatible with Virtual Lab, HyperWorks and other software. This new export method is available in the Data export menu of the Data Import/Export context for Flux 2D, Flux Skew and Flux 3D.
Data Import/Export context FX-25883 The export of global forces (through an RBE3 definition, typically used to represent the force per tooth of an electric machine) has been improved in the Data Import/Export context of Flux. From now on, the files exported to OptiStruct will contain additional data representing the moment of global forces in the case of force data collections created with the "Simplified projective method dedicated to rotating machines" in Flux 2D and Skew. All force data types are concerned (static, time-evolution and frequency evolution). Moreover, a unit of length may now be selected during the creation of the exported file for the conversion of physical quantities such as coordinate values and moments. These new features enhance the compliance of the files exported by Flux with SimLab and OptiStruct standards and improve the results obtained in NVH analysis.
Environment FX-23252 In previous versions, projects with a very significant number of regions were taking a very long time to open. In this new version, these particular projects are now opening in short amount of time.
Flux e-Machine Toolbox FX-23087 Speed up of the run of the command "Export of tables" in post-processing on formulas depending on parameters already calculated during the resolution.

Now, in Flux 2022.3, no need to go through all solved steps to calculate an I/O parameter depending on already evaluated quantities.

This command is used in FEMT for the computation of efficiency maps.

Macros FX-25893 to comment
Parallel Computing FX-25878 If a project is solved using parametric distribution, it is now possible for the secondary flux to use multiple cores when they solve their sets of parameters. This new feature has been added into the PBS appdef provided with Flux.
Parallel Computing FX-25249 When solving a project using parametric distribution, the log and report files used to show the progress of the solving using the number of queued, running and finished jobs. To provide a more precise and relevant progress information, the number of steps solved and treated will now be shown.
Parallel Computing FX-25393 When solving a project using parametric distribution, an improvement of the strategy used by the primary flux to gather the results from the secondary flux has been made, leading to a signficant speed-up on large projects.
Physics FX-13848 Flux 2022.3 features the capability to display the B(H) curve of isotropic hysteretic, Jiles-Atherton materials. This action may be performed in the Data Tree by a right click on the considered material, and then by using the command "New B(H) 2D curve (Material)". It may also be performed in the Physics menu.
Solving FX-23803 The computation times of 3D projects with multiple solid conductors were increasing as the presolving step was progressing. In this new version, the computation have been improved and there are no longer an increase of the computation time.
Solving FX-24988 The checkPhysic command has been improved for 3D projects containing coil conductors. The computation should be faster than in previous versions.
Solving FX-11940 In previous versions, using the J0 computations method led to very high memory consumption. In this new version, the J0 computations method now uses a reduced amount of memory.