CELSIUS

CELSIUS delivers a powerful, easy to use, 3D thermal design and analysis tool right to your desktop. It provides fast, accurate results, exact modeling of boundaries and easy analysis of open region problems.

In many applications including part forming, bonding and hardening, the heat distribution over time within the part being heated is essential. Without this knowledge the process is carried out in an ad hoc manner. Ultimately, this lack of knowledge will be an added cost to the product in terms of quality, time to market, or excess material and energy costs.

In addition to simulating the part, designing the environment in which the part is heated may also be important. For induction heating, the shape of the coils can play a major part in the heating process. In addition, the heating equipment can be driven at different frequencies which will also affect the quality and efficiency of the heating process. To cater to these problems, a finite element or a combination of finite element methods is required. The real question is to understand the process and find the level of simulation required to produce useful results.

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Key Features

  • 3D static and transient thermal analyses field solver for a diverse range of applications.
  • At no extra cost, our software packages include:
    • Choice of solvers: To ensure you have confidence in the solution and for independent verification, both  BEM and FEM  methods are included in the same software package to suit your specific application needs. Not every solver fits every application, no “one size fits all”.
    • Choice of optimization tools: Parametric Analysis  for those who need fast and easy optimization with a short learning curve. API  and Scripting  give more power to advanced users. Both tools are available in  the same  package.
    • Built-in material libraries: Customize and create your own library for easy access to the materials you use.
    • Integration with MATLAB®: Users' MATLAB code can include function calls to the INTEGRATED API to build geometry, assign physical parameters, solve, and obtain results.
    • Parallelization: When used on 64-bit computers, this premits full utilization of the available RAM to dramatically increase speed of solution and post-processing.
  • Intuitive interface that can be easily customized according to user preferences (overall appearance, toolbars, solvers, backgrounds, defaults, etc).

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What hardware configuration is required for optimal performance?

System Requirements:

  • 64 bit operating system
  • Microsoft ® Windows Vista ®, Windows 7, Windows 8 or higher
  • If you encounter problems installing from a network drive, please contact INTEGRATED Technical Support
  • Installation requireds approximately 110 MB of disk space
2D Programs:
  • A minimum of 4 GB of RAM is required.
  • Although the software runs on single-processor machines, running it on multiprocessor sustem will allow the software to solve in a parallel fashion utilizing parallel resources.
  • Electronic Packaging
  • Cooling fins
  • Heat sinks
  • Appliances
  • Aerospace components
  • Automotive components

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