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Hello all,

 

I am working on a SPIF simulation (sometihing like the image below), but I am still struggling on some basics concepts from RADIOSS, since I am new to it. Do you guys suggest any tutorial or reading for learning this? It has been a bit difficult to find tutorials in this direction. The main points I have difficult are regarding the creation of the tool path and also the set up of the Adaptive meshing refinement. I went through the help ADMESH info, but still I don't know which parameters to use and so on.

 

Thanks for considering this.

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Thank you for the reply.

Hum, ok, these are on the Hyperform platform. I didn't get to it because I was fixed on Hypermesh with the Radioss profile. 

Is it much better to use Hyperform?  It seems that the hypermesh platform has more possibilities, don't know... But as I said, I am new to these kind of analysis. So sorry for the foolish questions.

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Hi,

HyperForm is an industry proven comprehensive simulation software solution for stamping and tooling industries, and so for all manufacturing kind of simulations I would recommend you to try with HyperForm.

For RADIOSS, you can go through https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxM52wP3_ew&list=PLQ7KUGFuVz4u5y3SvIEIU07427-gATaG6 video series which is a webinar on the basics of RADIOSS solver. 

 

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Thank you for the tutorial and hints George, I have been through all of them, they were good for learning Hyperform.

 

However, I couldn't find any content about continuous path, I still have no clue how to create the circular path of the tool and the setup for this analysis, which is different from the step forming one.

 

What I was thinking is to go for User Defined forming and with IMPDISP insert a tool path. But I don't know if I should insert coordinate points or if there is a way to input an equation with time dependency. Which is the best way to do it?

Thank you for the attention.

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