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CENOS is becoming a leading simulation software for induction heating applications

Filling the Gap in Engineering Simulation Software Market

Over the last decades, we have been observing the winning march of CAD programs, which are nowadays the market standard even for small workshops. Now, it’s the time for software that covers the next step of engineering design workflow - simulation/modeling software.

CENOS version 2.6 released

The big question – is the computer simulation of induction hardening accurate?

Recently, one of our sales leads asked us to validate an induction hardening case by comparing the results of simulation versus real life, so their procurement team can make fact-based decisions. We decided to write an article based on this case to demonstrate the correlation between induction simulation and actual results.

CENOS v 2.5 Released

Simulation Software & 3D Printers Make Better Copper Coils

Engineering simulations – key for SMEs to unlock Industry 4.0

Traditional ways of work simply aren't any more sustainable and effective, because the still ongoing technological revolution is reshaping all products and services that have been made before, giving place to new ones, even new concepts, and work titles.

Frequency Analysis for Heating of a Stepped Shaft

Simulation is a good choice to find the best frequency to heat the step properly.

High Frequency Strip Heating

The Surface Impedance approach enables simulation of high frequency induction heating in few minutes, without building a huge mesh. Induced heat in a steel strip is accurately calculated in 10 minutes for 300 kHz, while traditional FEM simulation takes about 10 hours.

Induction Hardening of a Spur Gear

Heating of the 10 cm 45 teeth gear up to the austenitization temperature performed with overnight simulation, taking into account changes of magnetic properties over Curie temperature. You can get hardening profile without cutting the gear and optimise frequency within in a couple of days.

3D Simulation of a Single Shot Hardening

1h simulation allows to test performance of a new-designed coil virtually, saving time and money for building it.