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Towards the simulation of the whole manufacturing chain processes with FORGE®

Abstract : Following the metal composition and the microstructure evolution during the whole manufacturing chain is becoming a key point in the metal forming industry to better understand the processes and reach the increasing quality requirements for the parts. Thus, providing a simulation tool able to model the whole chain becomes critical. Physical phenomena occurring during the processes are nowadays better understood, providing always more relevant models for numerical simulation. However, important numerical challenges still exist in order to be able to run those simulations with the required accuracy. This article shows how FORGE® tackles those issues in order to provide highly accurate microstructure and surface treatments simulation features applied on real industrial processes.
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Pierre de Micheli, Amico Settefrati, Stéphane Marie, Julien Barlier, Patrice Lasne, et al.. Towards the simulation of the whole manufacturing chain processes with FORGE®. NEMU 2015 - New Developments in Forging Technology, May 2015, Fellbach, Germany. ⟨hal-01247710⟩

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