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Physical Mold Component in Inspire Cast

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Hello,

 

I am new to Inspire Cast.

I would to know if there is an option to select and use an actual 3D component of a mold instead of using a bounding box as mold?

also, we are using water cooling. is there any guide on how to set the parameters?

 

thanks,

Irwin

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Hello User,

Q1.  Option to select and use an actual 3D component of a mold instead of using a bounding box

Ans 1. No it is not allowed to import a mold, mold must be created. 

 

Q2. we are using water cooling. is there any guide on how to set the parameters

Ans 2.  I would suggest you if you  want to use the water as cooling media, just draw the cooling lines and assign the type of coolant media.

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Thank you for your reply.

 

another question, i am getting  this error:

 

C2C CALCULATION ERROR
0     Undefined error     
 Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C2CSolver.py", line 281, in <module>
  File "C2CScripts\C2C_filling_driver_factory.py", line 31, in Factory
  File "C2CScripts\C2C_filling_driver_tilt_pouring_velocity.py", line 61, in __init__
  File "C2CScripts\C2C_filling_driver_tilt_pouring_velocity.py", line 97, in _ConstructTable
Exception: Inlet velocity table must have an initial value defined (at t=0.0)
 

i followed tutorials in setting all parameters but getting this error.

did i miss something here?

btw, i am running fill and solidification simulation.

 

thanks!

 

 

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Dear User,

 

This looks like undefined error (defined the initial velocity when time t= 0 sec? they are run time errors ) , what I assume is you missed to define the inlet velocity kindly re-check that. Redefine the process parameter and run once again. Still if you are getting the same error, please send me the model, we shall check it. 

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