Workshop: Design Of Experiments (DOE) Techniques to Optimise Metalforming Processes with DEFORM
Whitworth House, 28 Charles Street
- DEFORM DOE Workshop
9th February 2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The DEFORM Design of Experiments (DOE) module offers a systematic approach to investigate a system or a process. Users can assess the influence of key parameters in dissimilar operations of a process chain on the final product. Other DOE applications include for instance determining optimum process settings (ideal furnace temperature for a billet heating, or cool down time for a heat treatment operation) or investigating the optimal tool design for a process chain.
The DOE implementation in DEFORM enables a great number of simulations to be set up in minutes and be evaluated quickly. Charts and graphs in the DOE post-processor may be used to determine patterns and relationships between process variables and their effects on the outputs investigated. The correlation of all process variables is shown on a tornado chart and response surface plots make it easy to compare several outputs at once.
Who Should Attend?
The workshop is aimed at those familiar with the V11 MO Interface and have attended the Introduction to V11 course.
Simply choose one of the following options to reserve your free place:
- Complete the form opposite
- Call us on +44 (0)161 474 6886
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will take place the day after the DEFORM UGM: Learn about the Latest Developments in Metalforming Simulation, event which is free to attend.
Course Topics Include:
- Concepts of Design of Experiments
- Data structure and File Management
- Setup Requirements of DOE (Pre-processing)
- Sampling Methods & Strategies (Full factorial, Latin Hypercube, Taguchi, …)
- DOE Post-Processing and Result Interpretation
- DOE applications on Cold/Hot Forming
- DOE applications on Die Stress Analysis