3D modelling & simulation software for induction heating applications
Save up to 80% of the design time & costs. Simulate, test and analyse before fabrication
What are the benefits of simulation?
Do I need to be a trained engineer to use it?
Why choose CENOS?
Complex applications, easy to handle
Computational modelling of induction heating processes like induction hardening, annealing, brazing, pre-heating for forging and more
Use CAD files
Easily process your CAD files with CENOS intuitive CAD framework
Supported file types:
Choose from parametrized templates for the most frequently used geometries
Build from scratch
Use a built-in CAD redactor to
create any custom geometry
Simulation process in 3 easy steps:
build from scratch
electric current or voltage
cooling conditions and materials
full non-linear properties like B-H curve
lose of ferromagnetic properties over Curie temperature
temperature dependence of other material properties and coefficients
Get the results like temperature and magnetic field beautifully visualised in 3D rendering, plots and more.
Apparent power, induced heat and inductance are logged in Excel file.
Post-processing is powered by ParaView.
CENOS - powerful software and reliable support
Simple user interface
Desktop application for Windows
Geometry design tool or import your CAD files (step, iges)
Automatic and user-controlled meshing
Reliable calculation results approved by experiments
Optimal calculation time, tools for fast estimation
Powerful post-processing (visualization) of results
Steady state & transient simulation
3D, 2D, axial symmetric
Wide frequency range up to MHz
Rotation and scanning of a workpiece
Non-constant material properties:
σ(T), λ(T), cp(T), μ(T), B(H), B(H,T)
Cooling: convection, radiation, combined both
Time-dependent current source I(t) or voltage drop in a coil
Download our e-book to learn more about the role of simulation in induction heating:
Induction Heat Treatment &
The Role Of Simulation Software.pdf
"CENOS helps us to develop onsite simulation capability"
Dr. Andreas Seitzer
"We got an important coil order demonstrating a customer the hardening zone simulation in CENOS."
SMS Elotherm GmbH
"It is super easy to handle
simulation with CENOS"
Deutschen Zentrums für
Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)