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  1. Analysis of a forging die

    thank you sir......
  2. Analysis of a forging die

    Sir, If you have any tutorials or videos related to simulation in HYPERFORM and RADIOSS please send them.
  3. Analysis of a forging die

    This is the image of our stationary die. die.docx
  4. Analysis of a forging die

    But in our case the work piece which is hitting the die , deforms to the flange shape and then the impact load is distributed to die. so in this case, the normal impact load may not be applicable directly to the die, since the force is first transmitted to the work piece and then to the die. so how can we solve this ?????????
  5. Analysis of a forging die

    Yes, it cracked after the first hit. let me know what type of meshing and analysis should I do?????
  6. Analysis of a forging die

    We are trying to analyze the failure of a forging die of a flange. The stationary die got cracked during the operation. So we are trying to find out a solution for the same. We are planning to use Altair HyperWorks to simulate this event. Details of corresponding die:- Die Material - DIN 2714 Hammer - 16 tonnes(42000 kgf) Flange material - Titanium- 6Al-4V Flange temperature - 870-950°c Can you Please suggest the commonly used method used for Modelling and Analysis. Thank You.