Converse by PART Engineering

Injection Molding Simulation and Mechanical Simulation Software

 

What is Converse?

Converse is an easy-to-use software that bridges the gap between injection molding simulation and mechanical simulation. Converse has a variety of mapping capabilities including but not restricted to fiber orientation, weldlines, pressures, temperatures, thickness, and stresses. It exports the data in a ready-to-use FE input deck for the particularly supported solver and for the built-in material model of that solver.

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Why Converse?

Easy-To-Use and See Through

Open data handling requires no user subroutine. The fast and stable simulation provides high scalability through multi-processor capability.

Consider Manufacturing Influences

The influence of gate positions onto the mechanical behavior of the part are considered.

Achieves Higher Accuracy

More accurate simulation of part stiffness and strength assessment compared to isotropic approaches (fiber reinforcement) are offered.

Key Features

Mapping Between Different Mesh Topologies

Mapping of fiber orientations, weld lines, pressures, temperatures, residual stresses, shrinkage, warpage, and wall thicknesses for shell elements.

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Multiscale Material Model

Features anisotropic elasto-plastic material model using built-in solver material cards from a material database. 

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Strength Assessment Interfaces

FEMFAT, nCode, Simcenter 3D, and S-Life Plastics interfaces are available.

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Mechanical Simulation Solver Interfaces

Abaqus, Ansys, Simcenter 3D, LS-DYNA®, Marc, Nastran, OptiStruct™, PERMAS, and Radioss™ interfaces are available.

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Molding Simulation Solver Interfaces

Cadmould®, Moldflow®, Moldex3D, SIGMA (SIGMALink), SimLab™, SOLIDWORKS® Plastics, and 3D TIMON™ interfaces are available.

 

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Automated FE Data Input

Generation of all required FE input data is automated.

 

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