Infolytica Corporation Releases Magnet, ElecNet and ThermNet version 7

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Multicore for faster results

Infolytica Corporation announced today the release of MagNet, ElecNet and ThermNet version 7 with multi-threaded 3D solvers which take full advantage of the speedups possible with multicore computers for even faster results than before.

MagNet is the industry leading electromagnetic field simulation software based on finite element analysis which is ideal for the design of motors, generators, transformers, sensors or any electromagnetic component.

ElecNet is an electric field simulation tool used for predicting the performance of surge arresters, bushings, insulations, cables and several high voltage applications.

ThermNet couples to MagNet for accurate and seamless 2D/3D electromagnetic-thermal analysis.

In Version 7, the 3D solvers have been parallelized to run on multiple cores simultaneously and allow for multi-threaded operations. This change, along with other improvements to the solvers, has resulted in significant speed ups.

Some of the other new features in version 7 are

  •     Refreshed user interface with better toolbar management
  •     Improved post-processing visualizations
  •     New CAD functions for easier model creation
  •     Improved charting functions

Future developments will expand the multicore support to the automatic 3D mesh generation and the post-processing functions, producing even faster speed ups.

Pricing and Availability
MagNet, ElecNet and ThermNet version 7 are now available. For information regarding pricing, to request a full feature evaluation or live product demonstration, please contact an Infolytica Corporation representative nearest you.

About Infolytica Corporation
Infolytica Corporation is a developer of electromagnetic field simulation software used in the design and analysis of motors, generators, transformers, actuators, induction heating applications, sensors and more. Please visit to view our full range of software and design solutions.


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