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Discrete element method software

Presented September 15th, 2003 in Indianapolis, Indiana

at 22nd International Die Casting Congress & Exposition (NADCA)







K. B. Mehta &  H. U. Akay -  Technalysis Inc.

 W. G. Walkington - Walkington Engineering, Inc.

R. Holland - Brillcast Inc.



Applications of a die-casting simulation program, dieCASÒ , for design of a die-cast part is presented in this paper. dieCASÒ software, originally developed at General Motors (GM) Research and Development Center with die casting in mind, has proven to be a very effective tool in evaluating the effects of different process parameters in die-castings. Since its inception at GM in 1993, the program has been used extensively in GM Powertrain and is now exclusively licensed and maintained by Technalysis, Inc. Because it is designed to address the many unique features of the die-casting processes, the obtained results are very useful for die casters in making design decisions before the parts are made. The results presented here demonstrate the power of the computer program dieCASÒ in making process improvement decisions. With a case study conducted here, it is shown that the ability to perform analyses fast allows several iterations leading to superior results by fine-tuning of the process conditions, cooling line locations and part and runner geometry in advance.

Passage®/ DEM+FLOW Software

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Flow Model - Air Velocity
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Example: Mixing of Powders
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Toner Voltage
Print pattern
Passge DEM Toner Voltage

Passage Discerete Element Modeling (DEM) Print Pattern


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