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number of processor cores. Te technology used delivers very fast, highly accurate calculations which can be constantly improved by adding additional cores. Its user interface is powerful and intuitive. It substantially reduces the time needed to train new users. Tanks to its integration in the Transvalor software


suite, THERCAST® offers another key advantage: its capacity to simulate each step in a process, from start to finish. Tus, for the production of ingots, it can simulate and optimize the casting, solidification, stripping and heat treatment steps. Similarly, for the continuous casting pro- cess, the primary cooling phase (at the top of the machine) and the secondary cooling phase (through to the machine output) are phases in the process which the manufacturer can integrate in its calculations. Alternative approaches generally require software tools from different providers, which infers a number of challenges in terms of training, licensing, maintenance and compatibility.


What are your future areas of development? Firstly, continuing to improve our products and our offers


to guarantee the long-lasting satisfaction of our customers. And in parallel, expanding our customer base. For this pur- pose, Transvalor will further extend its range of products. We plan to release two new software solutions in 2016 and 2017: one will focus on the study of microstructures, the other will be dedicated to welding simulation.


Example 1 A defect during slab casting consists of a bulging phe-


nomenon. Te skin of the metal is not strong enough upon leaving the mold to contain the still-molten metal inside. Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 show the comparison between the predic- tion of the “whaling defect” simulated with THERCAST® (Fig. 1) and the real part (Fig. 2), which shows the predicted defects. (Source: ArcelorMittalMaizières-les-Metz, France)


Example 2 AscometalCreas used THERCAST® to analyze the bulging


defect and modify the roller conveyer system in adding foot rolls. Fig. 3 shows the thermal validation of THERCAST® compared to measurement. Fig.4 shows the final installation. 


非常快速的,高度精确的计算。用户界面功能强大,直 观。大大减少了培训新用户所需的时间。 由于集成于Transvalor公司的软件套件,THERCAST® 提供了另一个关键的优势:它有模拟过程的每一步,从 开始到结束的能力。因此,以生产钢锭为例,它可以模 拟和优化浇注,凝固,脱模和热处理环节。类似地,对 于连续铸造过程中,初级冷却阶段(在结晶器的顶部) 和二次冷却阶段(通过结晶器输出口)是制造商可以在 其计算中进行调整的过程阶段。如要让选择更接近于真 实,需要增加不同供应商的软件工具,这也对培训、许 可、维护和兼容性提出了更多挑战。


公司未来的发展领域是什么?


首先,持续改进我们的产品和报价,以保证客户的长 期满意度。与此同时,扩大我们的客户群。为了这个目 的,Transvalor公司将进一步扩大产品范围。我们计划于 2016年和2017年发布两款新的软件解决方案:一款将专 注于微观的研究,另一款将致力于焊接方案的模拟。


示例1


板坯连铸的缺陷是出现了起鼓的现象。在金属板材离 开模具时,板材外壳的强度不够,无法保持住熔融状态 的金属。图1和图2是THERCAST®软件模拟出“鲸鱼状 缺陷”(图1)和实际产品(图2)之间的对比,这表明 准确的预测出缺陷。 (来源:法国迈济耶尔莱梅斯地区 ArcelorMittal公司)


示例2


AscometalCreas公司使用THERCAST®分析起鼓缺 陷并修改轧辊输送系统,加入底辊。图3所示为THER- CAST®的热验证与测量尺寸对比。图4显示了凸起位置 按解决方案改进后与之前的模拟图的比较。图5所示为


最终安装的图片。 


Fig. 5: This is the continuous casting roller conveyor system after modification at Ascomet- alCreas.


AscometalCreas公司改进 后的连铸设备轧辊输送系统


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