⚠️ POSTPONED EVENT ⚠️
Dates to be announced
Seminary on materials and processes
From 21 to 25 March, 2020, Transvalor will attend the Colloquium on Metal Forming (Verformungskundliches Kolloquium) held in Zauchensee, Austria.
This colloquium is organized by the Chair of Metal Forming of the University of Leoben (Austria) which focuses its researches on materials and forming processes and is attached to the Product Engineering Department. This university is well-known for its degrees in mechanical engineering and metallurgy among other subjects.
The colloquium will gather university scientists as well as industry experts to share researches and experiences on various thematics:
- Deformation behaviour of metals
- Optimization and simulation of metal forming processes
- Automation and measurement techniques
- Material testing and quality management in metal forming
Therefore, our simulation software FORGE® will be presented as part of ‘Optimization and simulation of metal forming processes’.
Simulation of electrically assisted forming processes
Max Binagot (FORGE® Product Manager) and Oliver Schwesinger (Sales Manager) will attend this conference and hold a presentation focused on electrically assisted forming processes:Electrically Assisted Forming Simulation Solutions with FORGE®
Read the abstract
Electrically assisted forming processes such as electric upsetting and joining, spot welding and capacitor discharge welding, are processes that can be simulated with our FORGE® software.
During our TISD 2019 (Transvalor International Simulation Days), Max Binagot demonstrated FORGE® capabilities to simulate electrical upsetting applied to engine valves manufacturing.
Subtitles available in English and French