SFTC Deform 10.2 | 494.6 mb
This summer Scientific Forming Technologies Corp. is introducing new versions of its DEFORM software, which is used by product designers to analyze metal forming, heat treatment, machining and mechanical joining.
Among the system improvements in DEFORM v10.2, Scientific Forming lists an upgrade to the datasharing protocol (MPICH2) for better 64-bit performance in PCs with multi-core processing. There is also support for the 64-bit user subroutine in Windows and Linux systems, and improved batch queue stability in Linux.
In terms of simulation capabilities, the new DEFORM release offers shape morphing and parametric design features in its 3D geometry tool, and its 2D-to-3D translation method will handle multi-phase transformation data. The program has a new Patran data file format importer capability, too.
Optional in 10.2 release users will find dual-frequency induction heating capability, enhanced 3D extrusion simulation, and a mesoscale microstructure/ material model. In addition, there is an integrated 2D-3D machining distortion model, and the 2D torsion mode now supports elastic-plastic materials.
As these updates, and others, make clear, simulation software is growing more sophisticated in its functionality thanks to the accumulated experience of real-time users as well as the progress of computer science: the advent of multicore processing is just one example of a development with significant practical advantages to users. But, the frequency of product updates is what makes forging processing more sophisticated in real time.
About Scientific Forming Technologies Corporation
Scientific Forming Technologies Corporation (SFTC) was incorporated in Ohio in August 1991 by former Battelle employees to provide state of the art process design and analysis technologies to the materials forming industries. SFTC acquired from Battelle the DEFORM business in October 1991, and is currently supporting hundreds of user sites worldwide. DEFORM is the one of the most widely used FEM (Finite Element Method) software for metal forming and die analysis by the industry.
DEFORM serves the aerospace, automotive, off road, general transportation, fastener, oil field, ordnance and many other industries with state of the art simulation capabilities in deformation and die stress analysis. It has been used to solve metal forming problems, optimize processes, and analyze loads and stresses on forming dies for thousands of industrial cases throughout the 1990?s. DEFORM was first released in its 2D workstation version in 1989. In 1993, DEFORM-3D was released to analyze full three dimensional problems on engineering workstations. DEFORM-PC was released in 1994, making this powerful technology available to small to medium sized forming plants.
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