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THERCAST8.2® 3D Simulation Software for metal casting, solidification and heat treatment processes


THANKS TO THERCAST® KEY ADVANTAGES… • High parallel processing capacity • Thermo-mechanical solver • Fluid structure coupling


• Advanced thermal and mechanical models


Vizualization of particle tracing during ingot filling


• Integrated process simulation


• Complete analysis from casting to forging (Forge-Thercast native coupling)


Equiaxe grains


• Powerful and intuitive Graphical User Interface


…THERCAST® Columnar grains


Prediction of grain structure in driven


cooled ingot


INGOT CASTING


ACCURATELY PREDICTS


> Rheological behavior of the melt during casting and solidification


> Formation of air gap and its influence on heat exchange > Evolution of microstructure > Evolution of porosity > Segregations phenomena > Cracks and rupture phenomena > Bulging > …


Turbulent streamlines in slab casting


Tundish


CONTINUOUS CASTING


THERCAST®


Convection into the molten alloy


during ingot solidification


SIMULATION SOFTWARE ALSO ADDRESSES THE


FOUNDRY PROCESSES


von Mises stresses in secondary cooling of square billet


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