- Shivam Autotech invests in the second license of Simufact.forming!
- IIT Delhi invests in Simufact.forming
- BITS Pilani invests in both Simufact.forming and Simufact.welding
Simufact.forming is an established software product for the simulation of industrial forming processes. The software covers the complete spectrum of forming technologies and guarantees a realistic portrayal of the processes with full 3D functionality and 3D representation of all tools & parts.
The software considers, amongest others
High quality results are guaranteed since Simufact.forming is based on MSC.Software’s first class standard solvers MSC.Marc – the high-end finite element solver for nonlinear applications – and MSC.Dytran – the powerful finite volume solver. Both products are continuously being enhanced, and we integrate them into new Simufact product versions. The solver technologies enable the representation of complex nonlinear physics of the forming process with high precision.
Product Portfolio – Modular Concept
Simufact.forming follows a modular design. This modular concept of Simufact products helps you to pick out the relevant product functionality that fits your needs. This approach is cost-effective and adjusts to changing requirements.
The software´s Application Modules make available the process-specific functionality for all essential fields of application of forming simulation. The functionalities of the application modules allow for the simulation of individual process steps and can also be combined to simulate entire manufacturing process chains.
Use Simufact to simulate metal-forming, welding and heat treatment processes
- Simulate with confidence
- Produce more complex parts
- Get freedom from repeated shop floor trials
- Increase your profits by getting defect free parts
- What are Finite Element (FE) and Finite Volume (FV) solvers?
- Technical references
- Simufact in brief
Some more papers…
Die Life Optimization by numerical modelling with Simufact.forming
Article in the FOCUS Magazine (AIFI India)(PDF, 946 KB)
Modelling the section rolling process and microstructures of the rolling stock
by latest simulation tools
Article in “Der Kalibreur” Issue 74/2013 (PDF, 3,25 MB)