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Simulating Aluminum High Pressure Die Casting
Posted Tue November 05, 2013 @02:41PM
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Announcements You're invited to attend a free webinar on November 14th where Flow Science engineers will discuss successful high pressure die casting projects using FLOW-3D Cast, a highly-accurate casting simulation software for filling, solidification, and stress analysis.

The demonstration will cover an ongoing analysis done by Flow Science, Inc. and C & H Die Casting.


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FLOW-3D Cast was used to analyze the flow and shrinkage defects in a thin-ribbed cover made of aluminum 380 alloy cast within a stainless steel mold. Please join us and discover the results from the two runner types and the benefits of modeling the shot sleeve in HPDC simulations.

Highlights include

  • Shot sleeve motion and slow shot wave analysis within sleeve
  • Comparison of two runner systems
  • Surface oxide defect analysis
  • Thermal analysis, solidification and hot spots
  • Shrinkage pattern and holes in casting
  • Q & A session after the presentation

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