Inspire Extrude Metal is an easy-to-learn tool that enables simulation to be used by any engineer or designer to increase their understanding of how profile features and process variables interact for any particular metal alloy.
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The Altair Inspire for Metal Extrusion Analysis course helps users understand the concept of the tool and obtain the necessary details for performing simulations on metal extrusion. The course includes a guide through the interface options and then focuses on the most common processes in the extrusion industry, ending with a detailed walk through of the process of utilizing Inspire Extrude to perform the metal extrusion simulations.
Goals and Objectives:
Understand how to incorporate Altair Inspire for Metal Extrusion Analysis into traditional design processes to efficiently analyze and validate the design of extrusion dies and process.
Indicate flow volume, bearings, billets, materials according to design preferences, setup the extrusion tooling deflection, and the quench process.
Analyze results regarding metal extrusion process, tool deflection and quenching to discover the process feasibility
Understand how to avoid typical extrusion defects.
Analyze typical results such as billet interface, relative extrusion exit speed, quench factor and many others