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dieCAS® Software - Die Casting Simulation Software -  Analysis of filling, solidification, and distortion

 

Overview

dieCAS®  Software is for process modeling and analysis of die casting and related processes, including permanent mold, semi-permanent mold, and squeeze casting.

The capabilities of dieCAS software are:

  • Cavity fill, including full coupling with heat transfer, back pressure from the cavity gas, venting, and vacuum.

  • Heat transfer & solidification, including solidification times, die temperatures, and casting temperatures. 

  • Casting distortion, including thermal shrinkage following ejection from the die and associated residual stress.

  • Die distortion, including nonuniform thermal expansion, clamping forces of the die casting machine, cavity pressure, and uneven contact between die components at the parting surface.

Features

  • Cavity fill, including full coupling with heat transfer, back pressure from the cavity gas, venting, and vacuum.
  • Heat transfer and solidification, including solidification times, die temperatures, and casting temperatures.
  • Casting distortion, including thermal shrinkage following ejection from the die and associated residual stress.
  • more on solving die casting defects 

Application Areas:

  • dieCAS software is specially designed for die casting industry

Benefits

  • Direct calculation of the steady periodic die temperatures.
  • Simplified model creation and editing
  • Rapid analysis of cavity fill
  • Complete thermo-mechanical model of casting distortion

Technalysis' casting simulation software

dieCAS® Software Brochure (.pdf)

Advantages of using dieCAS® Software
 
 
 
 

Passage Licensing Options:

Technalysis offers various licensing options and support to fit your needs and budget. Contact us to discuss your needs. E-mail or call 317-291-1985
 
 
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