Program Structure

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Program Structure

flixo is structured into two different components: Models and Reports.


In the model part the physical construction is defined. Material domains and boundary conditions are the most important objects you will be working within this input component. Constructions are generally made from different material domains and boundary conditions possessing different physical characteristics.

You can insert several models into one file or delete existing model pages (see context menu of the tabs).

Material domains can be created, changed and moved. They can even overlap. Essential for the future analysis of these domains is the visibility of such domains: a domain that is covered by another domain will not be included in the calculation.


The report component lets you perform various thermal queries on the model and allows you to create a report based on those results.