simulation

Abb. 1: CFD-Si- mulationsumge- bung für Stift- extruder (Schne- ckendurchmesser  60 mm) und Aus- wertung der  Scherraten im  Strömungskanal  für zwei unter- schiedliche  Schneckenkonfi- gurationen.

Kautschukstiftextruder

Analysis of mixing behavior of pin barrel extruders by means of simulative and experimental methods

The design of the pin section of coldfed pin barrel extruders has been examined using simulative and experimental methods. more...

April 27. 2016 - Research news

Conferences „Lifetime - Simulation“

„Lifetime – Simulation“

The service life of technical rubber materials is dependent on a multitude of often interlinked influencing factors. An essential component of this seminar deals with the effects of chemical and thermal aging and the complexity of the fatigue properties of elastomers under arbitrary loading conditions. These are viewed in conjunction with approaches to and the […] more...

March 9. 2016 - News

'Ursula',  a carry mesh for bottles, was named in reference to the Bond Girl Ursula Andress.

More transparent LSR processes with Virtual Molding

To Pass a Long Way

As LIM processes can be quite challenging a thorough understanding of not only the part, but of the whole mold and process are essential for molders to stay competitive. With the help of the Virtual Molding approach one can look into the process upfront and make secure decisions on material, mold and process. more...

December 16. 2015 - Article

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Simulation

Improving pressure demand prediction to design elastomer molds

Simulation is an established tool to support the design of elastomer molds. However, the predicted value of the pressure required to fill the cavity sometimes deviates from reality. At DKT/IRC 2015, the Sigma-team, Aachen, will deliver insights on pressure calculations and offer recommendations on how to interpret the obtained results. more...

June 22. 2015 - Product Review

Rubber

Simulation of oxidative Ageing Processes in Elastomeric Components

A chemomechanically coupled model is presented which can realistically predict the effects of oxidative ageing processes in elastomeric components. The chemical model is based on a simple reaction scheme, which considers oxygen, antioxidant, and the elastomer. more...

October 7. 2014 - Research news

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