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Vacuum casting or centrifugal casting

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Hello experts,

I am tending to use IS Cast to simulate a casting process of a golden ring.

In real-life, they usually made rings by using Vacuum machine for gravity pour casting or rotating machine for centrifugal casting.

My questions are:

1. Is it possible to define vacuum pressure in IS.Cast?

2. Can i use gravity-tilt process to simulate the centrifugal casting?

3.Will these features be add to IS Cast in the future?

Thank you very much!

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Hey Hoang ,

 

1.  Vacuum pressure  is still not supported in the software.
2. You cannot use gravity-tilt process to simulate Centrifugal Casting ( Centrifugal is not supported yet)
3. yes we have planned in 2020 (solver is ready, we need to add in interface), Hopefully by next year we all shall be able to use these commands. 
 
 

With Kind Regards,

 

Sourav Das 

| HyperWorks Specialist-FEA| Global EDU | Academic Program |

sourav.das@altair.com | www.altairhyperworks.com

Altair | Innovation Intelligence®

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1 hour ago, Sourav Das said:

Hey Hoang ,

 

1.  Vacuum pressure  is still not supported in the software.
2. You cannot use gravity-tilt process to simulate Centrifugal Casting ( Centrifugal is not supported yet)
3. yes we have planned in 2020 (solver is ready, we need to add in interface), Hopefully by next year we all shall be able to use these commands. 
 
 

With Kind Regards,

 

Sourav Das 

| HyperWorks Specialist-FEA| Global EDU | Academic Program |

sourav.das@altair.com | www.altairhyperworks.com

Altair | Innovation Intelligence®

Secure file dropbox https://ftam1.altair.com/filedrop/sourav.das@altair.com

 

 

 

 

                                                    

 

Hi Sourav,

Highly appriciate your prompt and detail answer.

Thanks!

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