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  • 1.DEFORMTM 3D Version 6.0Users Manual5038 Reed RoadColumbus, Ohio, 43220Tel (614) 451-8330Fax (614) 451-8325Email [email protected] 1

2. Table of ContentsPREFACE TO THIS MANUAL ............................................................................. 6Chapter 1. Overview of DEFORM ............................................................................... 71.1 DEFORM family of products...............................................................................................71.2 Capabilities .........................................................................................................................81.3. Analyzing manufacturing processes with DEFORM .......................................................111.4. Before you begin .............................................................................................................111.5. Geometry representation.................................................................................................121.6. The DEFORM system .....................................................................................................131.7. Pre-processing ................................................................................................................141.8. Creating input data ..........................................................................................................141.9. File system ......................................................................................................................151.10. Running the simulation..................................................................................................171.11. Post-processor ..............................................................................................................171.12. Units ..............................................................................................................................17Chapter 2. Pre-Processor.......................................................................................... 192.1. Simulation Controls ..........................................................................................................19 2.1.1.Main controls...........................................................................................................................20 2.1.2.Step Controls ..........................................................................................................................23 2.1.3.Advanced Step Controls .........................................................................................................25 2.1.4.Stopping Controls....................................................................................................................29 2.1.5.Remesh Criteria ......................................................................................................................30 2.1.6.Iteration Controls.....................................................................................................................31 2.1.7.Processing Conditions ............................................................................................................36 2.1.8.Advanced Controls..................................................................................................................39 2.1.9.Control Files ............................................................................................................................432.2 Material Data ....................................................................................................................45 2.2.1. Phases and mixtures................................................................................................................46 2.2.2. Elastic data..............................................................................................................................47 2.2.3. Thermal data ...........................................................................................................................50 2.2.4. Plastic Data.............................................................................................................................51 2.2.5. Diffusion data ..........................................................................................................................59 2.2.6. Hardness data [MIC] ...............................................................................................................61 2.2.7. Grain growth/recrystallization model .......................................................................................62 2.2.8. Advanced material properties..................................................................................................68 2.2.9. Material data requirements......................................................................................................682.3. Inter Material Data...........................................................................................................71 2.3.1.Transformation relation (PHASTF)..........................................................................................71 2.3.2.Kinetics model (TTTD) ............................................................................................................72 2.3.3.Latent heat (PHASLH) ............................................................................................................77 2.3.4.Transformation induced volume change (PHASVL)................................................................78 2.3.5.Transformation plasticity (TRNSFP)........................................................................................79 2.3.6.Other Transformation Data......................................................................................................812 3. 2.4 Object Definition ...............................................................................................................81 2.4.1. Adding, deleting objects ..........................................................................................................82 2.4.2. Object name (OBJNAM) .........................................................................................................84 2.4.3. Primary Die (PDIE)..................................................................................................................84 2.4.4. Object type (OBJTYP).............................................................................................................85 2.4.5. Object geometry......................................................................................................................87 2.4.6. Object meshing .......................................................................................................................95 2.4.7. Object material ......................................................................................................................106 2.4.8. Object initial conditions .........................................................................................................106 2.4.9. Object properties...................................................................................................................107 2.4.10. Object boundary conditions.................................................................................................114 2.4.11. Contact boundary conditions...............................................................................................118 2.4.12. Object movement controls...................................................................................................118 2.4.13. Object node variables .........................................................................................................132 2.4.14. Object element variables.....................................................................................................1392.5. Inter Object Definition....................................................................................................149 2.5.1. Inter object Interface .............................................................................................................150 2.5.2. Positioning.............................................................................................................................156 2.5.3. Inter object boundary conditions ...........................................................................................1582.6. Database Generation ....................................................................................................159Chapter 3. Running Simulations.............................................................................. 1613.1. Interactive and batch modes .........................................................................................1613.2. Switching between Solvers (Conjugate-Gradient and Sparse)Error! Bookmark not defined.3.3. Running MPI..................................................................................................................1623.4. Email the Result ............................................................................................................1633.5. Starting the simulation...................................................................................................1633.6. Simulation graphics .......................................................................................................1633.7. Add to Queue (Batch Queue)........................................................................................1643.8 Process Monitor ............................................................................................................1663.9. Stopping a simulation ....................................................................................................1663.10. Troubleshooting problems...........................................................................................167 3.10.1. Message file messages.....

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