DEFORM 2D Manual & Labs

DEFORM is a Finite Element Method (FEM) based process simulation system designed to analyze various forming and heat treatment processes used by metal forming and related industries. By simulating manufacturing processes on a computer, this advanced tool allows designers and engineers to:
1. Reduce the need for costly shop floor trials and redesign of tooling and processes.
2. Improve tool and die design to reduce production and material costs.
3. Shorten lead time in bringing a new product to market.
Unlike general purpose FEM codes,
DEFORM is tailored for deformation modeling. A user friendly graphical user interface (GUI) provides easy data preparation and analysis so engineers can focus on forming, not on learning a cumbersome computer system. An essential component of this is a fully automatic,optimized remeshing system tailored for large deformation problems.
DEFORM-HT adds the capability of modeling heat treatment processes, including normalizing, annealing, quenching, tempering, aging, and carburizing. DEFORM HT can predict hardness, residual stresses, quench deformation, and other
mechanical and material characteristics important to those that heat treat.

DEFORM-F2 Cold Forming Labs
Create a New Problem. Import and Manipulate Workpiece
Import tools – Manipulate Object Display
Bad Geometry and Geometry Repair
Generate Mesh
Completing Pre Processing
Run Simulation and Postprocess
Restarting Simulation
Restart – Operation 3
Die Stress

DEFORM-2D_Machining (cutting) Lab
1. Starting the System
2. Set Unit System
3. Defining Machining Process Data
4. Defining Process Environment Conditions
5. Defining Cutting Edge Geometry
6. Coating Definition
7. Insert Boundary Conditions
8. Select Insert Base Material
9. Set the Work piece Geometry Data.
10. Check the Work piece Boundary Conditions
11. Set the Work piece Material
12. Insert Positioning
13. Tool Wear Setting
14. Simulation Controls
15. Running the Simulation
16. Setting Data for Steady State Analysis
17. Identifying the End Surface of the Chip
18. Preparing for Steady State Run
19. Setting the Data for Tool Stress Analysis
20. Object Selection
21. Tool Geometry and Mesh
22. Interpolating the Cutting Forces on to the Insert
23. Deformation Boundary Conditions
24. Material Selection
25. Position and Simulation Controls

MACHINING DISTORTION TEMPLATE LAB
System Startup and Creating a New Problem
Operation Setup
Setting up the fixture table
Defining the initial machining pass
Fixture Positioning
Defining the Inter Object Data
Previewing the simulation
Simulation Controls and Database Generation
Running a Simulation
Post-Processing the Results

DEFORM-MO2 Lab MULTIPLE OPERATIONS- LAB
Operation Setup
Heat Furnace Operation
Heat Transfer Operation
Heat Resting Operation
Deformation Operation
Heat Dwelling
Boolean
Running a Simulation
Post-Processing the Results
Subsequent Trials

DEFORM Preform Optimization Wizard Labs
Starting a new problem
Set unit system
Geometry input
Preform geometry
Simulation setup
Objective & constraints
Optimization control
Optimization
Optimal preform geometry

DEFORM PREFORM OPTIMIZATION WIZARD LAB — UNDERFILL MINIMIZATION
Initialization
Geometry input
Preform geometry
Simulation setup
Objective & constraints
Optimization control
Optimization
Optimal preform geometry
Restart optimization using previous results

DEFORM RESISTANCE HEATING LAB
Operation Initial Setup
Simulation Controls
Import Geometry Files
Mesh Generation
Creating New Material
Assigning Material
Defining The Boundary Condition Data
Defining the Inter object Data
Database Generation and Running a Simulation
Post-Processing the Results

DEFORM TM-2D Stub Shaft Lab
Lab 1 : Create Geometry
Lab 2 :Mesh Generation
Lab 3 :Finishing Data Preparation
Lab 4:Running a simulation
Lab 5 : Post Processing
Lab 6 : Running Second Operation
Lab 7 : Post Processing
Lab 8 : Tool Stress Analysis
Lab 9 : Simulating Thermal Effect
Lab 10 : Mechanical Press
Lab 11 : Hydraulic Press
Lab 12 : Screw Press
Lab 13: Hammer

DEFORM  2D TOOL WEAR LAB (USING ARCHARD’S MODEL)
Set unit system and simulation controls
Import geometry
Generate mesh
Material definition
Initial temperature
Boundary conditions for work piece and punch
Inter object relations
Defining material hardness
Punch movement
Database generation and running the simulation
Postprocessing tool wear results
Remarks on tool life evaluations

DEFORM  2D DIESTRESS ANALYSIS

DIESTRESS ANALYSIS WITH SHRINKFIT

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