At AAN, we support following types of analysis & validation/correlation work
- NHTSA, IIHS FMVSS201U Automotive Head Crash analysis
- NHTSA, IIHS FMVSS208 Automotive Frontal Crash analysis
- NHTSA, IIHS FMVSS214 Automotive Side Crash analysis
Sub assembly crash to validate the stiffness & Crush pattern
- Sub Assembly LH, RH Door Crash analysis
- Sub Assembly pillars Crash analysis
- Sub Assembly Front & Rear Fascia Crash analysis
- Sub Assembly BIW Crash analysis
CounterMeasure or Energy absorbers crash to validate the crash energies
- Impaxx Foam crash
- Injection Safety plastic cones crash
- O-flex aluminium crash
- Plastic rib cartridges crash
Components level of crash simulation to assess force deflection, stiffness & yielding factors
- Automotive sunroof module crash
- Automotive Roof Rail Airbag (RRAB) crash
- Automotive Grab Handle crash
- Automotive Roof crash
Automotive Assembly, Sub Assembly & full vehicle Integration work with Zero & 5 millisecond run
- Door Closures assembly
- Door Trims assembly
- Interior assembly
- BIW assembly
- Instrumentation assembly
- Exteriors assembly
- Suspension assembly
- Fuel Tank assembly
- Fascia assembly
- Bumper assembly
- Fenders assembly
- Mounts assembly
- Seat assembly
- Steering assembly
- Vehicle connections & Joints
- Pedal Box assembly
- Hood assembly
Injection Moulding Process, MoldFlow Analysis for plastics parts using Autodesk MoldFlow insight
Flow analysis simulates the filling and packing phases of the molding cycle. Different process conditions can be evaluated and most appropriate process parameters can be chosen to produce the part.
For a set of process inputs (injection time, melt and mold temperature, pack profile etc) the following results can be seen:
- Injection pressure
- Clamp force
- Temperature reduction at flow front
- Weld line locations
- Air trap locations
- Volumetric shrinkage, etc.
Based on these results the most optimum process condition can be chosen.
MoldFlow Analysis Service using Autodesk MoldFlow insight
Cool analysis helps to optimize the cooling circuit design of the mold to achieve uniform mold cooling and achieve minimum cycle time.
Non-uniform temperature distribution can lead to warpage and related part quality problems.
Cooling analysis determines the temperature distribution on the cavity and core for the given process condition. Based on this suitable modifications to the mold design can be derived.
Choices of providing inserts made of materials with higher heat extraction capability in areas of hot spots in the mold can be evaluated using the
Ultimately the optimization of mold design using cooling analysis to minimize the cycle time has the benefit of yielding greater productivity.
Cool analysis facilitates:
- Optimum Cooling circuit design.
- Location of hot spots.
- Better core/cavity temperature setup.
- Evaluation of Cooling efficiency in core and cavity side.
- Optimization of cooling time required.
Warp analysis determines the causes of warpage in molded parts and predicts where the warpage will occur in the part.
Based on the causes of warpage as seen from the analysis, part warpage can be controlled by optimizing design, material and processing
Overcoming of warpage problems in the design stage itself helps to avoid costly reworks on mold and time delays.
Warp analysis facilitates understanding of:
- Deflection in X, Y and Z direction.
- Effect of corrective actions to minimize warpage.
- Final shape of the product.