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santhosh bhandari

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  1. Hi Ibozsoy, Above attached was the wrong file. Please find the below correct file. Forming_Userprocess.hf
  2. Hi ibozsoy, Find the below file attached. regards santhosh forming_User_Process.hf
  3. Hi hhhlkk, FSW usage has been minimised.. You might get the info outside this forum. regards, santu
  4. Hi Orhun, I would like to know more information on your run.. Is it a tutorial model ? Can you share the *.out file of the run ? Regards, santhosh
  5. Hi Kerschten, The above image was very clear to understand. So i setup a deck in HyperForm to simulate the tube very similar to you. Please find the below animation to compare. Are you looking very similar to the below results ?
  6. Can you show us the deformed final component?
  7. Hi Kerschten, I ran your deck and was trying to understand your process. U had mentioned about the problem below. Am still not clear with how these tools will help you to bend your tube. please explain.
  8. Hi Sai, For Thermoforming/Hot Stamping we have a separate user template. You need to follow the help files for Hot stamping. Below image shows the option for hot stamping.
  9. Hi Ganesh, After opening HyperMesh. Go to User profile and select Manufacturing Solution. Please refer the image below.
  10. Hello sai krishna, I would like to help you regarding Forming simulation. You can make use of HyperForm to prepare the deck rather using Hypercrash. In User profile select Manufacturing Solutions and Incremental Radioss for using HyperForm For forming simulation we use Rigid mesh for tools and Blank Mesh for the blank. Adaptivity is always defined for blank. Please follow the tutorial files to setup a simple forming simulation. Attached file for your references. regards santhosh HyperForm Tutorials.pdf
  11. Hi Sumit, During Forming process, you might need to decide over Binder Tonnage not the Forming tonnage. For calculating Forming tonnage use the formulae. Force (N) = Perimeter of the part * Thickness * UTS. In *.out file you might see the predicted press tonnage calculated from the software. For Binder tonnage, it will be decided over the machine specification. Or you can go for DOE studies to find the optimum tonnage required. Also, i have attached a video on how to find the tonnage using HV. let me know if you need more information. Regards, santhosh HyperGraph_tonnage_deter.wmv
  12. hi sumit, Its a very simple rule in FEA, regardless on the bending radius you define, you need to concentrate on number of mesh defined on each fillet or critical regions in your geometry. Minimum of 5 elements should be captured in each fillet. Also regarding Adaptivity, mesh your geometry with 2 element size and define the adaptivity level for 2. So that a element size of 2 will be divided twice. Or you can also follow a fine mesh rule.. I.e Mesh your blank with element size same as your Blank thickness. But, Keep Adaptivity OFF to follow this procedure. regards santhosh
  13. Hi oggy, Are you asking for XY value of stress strain curve for all the materials? regards, santhosh
  14. hi Oggy, Try with the below website. http://www.makeitfrom.com/ regards santhosh
  15. hi Sumit, The option is available in Incremental analysis drop-down mean > Setup > Systems. You can define your own UCS.