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SPH modelling involves the CAD specification of die
geometry, the construction of FEM meshes using
comercial mesh generators and the conversion of this to
SPH input data.
The difficulty associated with
visualisation of complex 3D free surface flows using nonstructured particle data were also highlighted.
The two examples demonstrate the complex 3D flow
patterns in the die filling process. The complex free
surface behaviour include splashing and surface breakup
are handled naturally by SPH. This results from the
Lagrangian nature of SPH and the superior mass
conservation properties of this particle method.
This project is funded by the Cooperative Research Centre
for Alloy and Solidification Technology (CAST).
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95/86. Figure 6: Liquid metal surface when the die cavity is
partially filled using a rectangular grid for surface
visualisation. 440 Figure 2: Two perspective views of the filling of the C-shaped mould. The particles are coloured by velocity with red being
60 m/s and dark blue being stationary. Left: xy-plane. Right: xz-plane. 441 Figure 4: Two perspective views of the filling process at three times, as indicated. The particles are coloured by velocity
with red being 60 m/s and dark blue being stationary. 442...
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