HS1630: Optimization Based on a Flux Application Example
In this tutorial, you will complete an Optimization of a die press model to get a magnet with radial orientation.
 Copy the Flux files used in this tutorial from <hst.zip>/HS1630/ to your working directory.
 Setup Flux to work with HyperStudy. For more information, refer to the registrations steps in Flux Model.
This tutorial is based on the example TEAM 25 dedicated on the optimization of a die press model.
The figure below shows an electromagnet with the die press in the center modeled with Flux 2D. The die molds are set to form a radial flux distribution in the cavity. The objective is to get specific induction $$\overrightarrow{{\rm B}}$$ on the magnet inserted in the cavity: $${\rm B}x$$ and $${\rm B}y$$ along the computation path should fit the reference shown in the figure below. The table below shows the eight designs with their ranges of variation.
Parameter  Initial (mm)  Min (mm)  Max (mm) 

R1  7.2  5  9.4 
L2  15.3  12.6  18 
L3  14  14  45 
L4  11.5  4  19 
AUX1  180  170  190 
AUX2  80  70  90 
AUX3  88  86  90 
AUX4  9.5  9.5  11 
Perform Study Setup
In this step, you will setup the study.
The design variables and the responses are created in Flux and are exported to HyperStudy through a link file.
Run Optimization Using GRSM
In this step, you will add and run an Optimization using the Global Response Search Method (GRSM) method.
Run Optimization Using GRSM with Inclusion Matrix
In this step, you will run a second Optimization using the Global Response Search Method (GRSM) method with Inclusion Matrix to see if a better solution can be found.
The second GRSM will start from the optimum solution found in the first Optimization ran in Run Optimization Using GRSM. The evaluations from the first Optimization using GRSM are imported as an Inclusion Matrix and 50 new runs are completed.
 From the Explorer, rightclick on the GRSM Optimization approach and select Copy from the dropdown menu.
 In the Copy dialog, enter GRSM_InclMatrix for the label and click OK.

Go to the
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Go to the Evaluate step.
Results Overview
Review the results of the tutorial.