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Webinar: How can FORGE® simulation anticipate common forging defects?

Webinar: How can FORGE® simulation anticipate common forging defects?

Webinar Forging defects

17 March 2022 : 14h30 - 15h15, Please register here for free:

- Dr. Nadine EL KOSSEIFI, Marketing Product Manager

Forging is a very well mastered manufacturing process but defects related to the metal flow may happen. These common defects are underfilling, folds, piping or improper grain flow and additional ones originate from the starting material may appear such as shear marks, central looseness and segregations. All these imperfections increase the non-quality costs and impact the overall productivity.
In this webinar, you will learn how FORGE® can be very helpful in detecting these different kinds of defects.
Topics covered in details :
- Available features to identify forging defects: marking grids, sensors, points tracking and custom actions
- Benefits of marking grid technique: identify piping defects, follow central looseness on long parts (e.g crankshaft or camshaft), track porosities during open-die forging
- Benefits of damage criteria: detect inner cracks, Mannesmann effect in cross-wedge rolling, ‘chevron defect’ in extrusion of cold rolling
- Unrivaled self-adaptative remeshing capability to precisely capture the damage zone and the crack’s evolution
- Defects analysis occurring in ring rolling process (e.g fish tail)

- Ask your questions via chat, they will be answered at the end of the webinar

Engineering managers, Innovation managers, Quality managers, Metallurgists, Manufacturing engineers, Forging & Tooling designers, Process simulation engineers, Research fellows, Academics, PhD or MSc students.

Metal forming, forging defects, underfilling, cracks, folds, pipping, grain flow, segregation, striction, torsion, damage criterion, remeshing, numerical simulation, mechanical engineering.

This webinar will be held in English.


Event Type: Webinar
Date: 17 Mar 2022