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Mold flow Assist Mold Design
The use of an appropriate analysis technology helps to ensure that analysis results are accurate. Before choosing an analysis technology, consider the thickness and complexity of the part, and the analyses that you want to run.
Nactually, we use three kinds of analysis as below:
A. Mid-plane analysis technology
B. Dual Domain analysis technology
C. 3D analysis technology
Mid-plane analysis technology:
1. Mid-plane analysis technology mesh is appropriate when the following criteria are met:
The part is thin-walled throughout.
The analysis you want is available only in Mid-plane.
2. Dual Domain analysis technology:
Dual Domain analysis technology is appropriate when the following criteria are met:
The part is generally thin walled with few thick areas. The minimum length and width of any local region should be greater than four times the local thickness. A more conservative estimate of ten times the thickness ensures more accurate results.
The analysis that you want to run produces results through the thickness of the part, for example, temperature, flow front, and shear rate.
3. 3D analysis technology:
3D analysis technology is appropriate when the following criteria are met:
The part has many thick sections, corners, features or walls. 3D analysis technology is recommended for parts wher the length and width of a section is less than four times the local thickness.