CONVERSE is an easy-to-use software that bridges the gap between injection molding simulation and mechanical simulation.
CONVERSE has a variety of mapping capabilities including but not restricted to fiber orientation, weldlines, pressures, temperatures, thickness and stresses. It exports the data in a ready-to-use FE input deck for the particularly supported solver and for the built-in material model of that solver.
CONVERSE Showcase Video
2 minute video introduction to process structure interaction software, CONVERSE, from PART Engineering.
Valeo Success Story
Valeo was able to cover a broad range of simulation tasks for model preparation of glass fiber polymer composite parts by applying CONVERSE by PART Engineering alongside HyperWorks.
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PART Engineering provides CAE software and services in the scope of FEA. Our mission is to enable our customers to gain more value from their FE simulations and to make their CAE processes more efficient. With regard to that from our years of experience in CAE we have developed software products, such as CONVERSE to meet the needs of CAE engineers – creating reliable results by using simple and robust applications.
Micromechanical material model for anisotropic material properties
Consideration of fiber orientation and weld line positions to locate weak spots
Consideration of transient pressure and temperature loads in over-molded parts
Mapping of shrinkage and warpage to consider the real part shape
Better mechanical simulation of injection molded plastic parts
CONVERSE is a useful tool for all kinds of injection molded plastic parts. Typical applications include, but not restricted to:
CONVERSE can be used in all industries where manufacture plastic parts are used or where evaluation of the mechanical properties of such components is necessary.
CONVERSE has interfaces with Altair's OptiStruct; as well as FEMFAT by Magna Powertrain, Moldex3D by CoreTech and nCode DesignLife.