Example group 1

[example1] Cold Upsetting(1)
[example2] Cold Upsetting(2)
[example3] Cold Upsetting(3)
[example4] Isothermal Analysis of a Hot Forging Process
[example4-1] Application of Law of Constant Shear Friction
[example4-2] Application of Penalty Scheme to Maintain Volume Consistency
[example5] Non-Isothermal Analysis of a Hot Forging Process
[example6] Analysis of a Compound Cold and Hot Forging Process
[example6-1] Usage of Analysis and Actual Dies
[example6-2] Analysis of Example 6 by Another Finishing Criterion
[example7] Prediction of Defect Occuured During Hot Forging
[example8] Prediction of Defect Occurred During Cold Forging
[example9] Analysis of a Rod Drawing Process
[example10] Analysis of a Tube Drawing Process
[example11] Analysis of a Steel Ball Forming Process
[example12] Analysis of a Tensile Test
[example13] Prediction of Piping Defect
[example14] Analysis of a Ball Stud Cold Forging Process
[example15] Bucking Analysis of a Plate under Plane Strain Deformation
[example16] Analysis of a Forging Process Having Varying Velocity Dies with Time
[example17] Analysis of a Steet Forming Process
[example18] Analysis of a Plane Strain Problem (1)
[example18-1] Analysis of a Plane Strain Problem (2)
[example19] Isothermal Forging Simulation of an Object Defined by its Boundary Nodes
[example20] Analysis of a Hammer Forging Process
[example21] Analysis of a Forging Process with Spring Attached Dies
[example22] Analysis of a Hot Forging Process using Non-Standard Dies
[example22-1] Storing Results with y(z)-Coordinate Difference of Corner Points of Dies
[example23] Analysis of a Cold Forging Process with Floating Die
[example24] Analysis of a Multistage Automatic Hot Forging Process
[example25] Analysis of a Special Process Having Varying Velocity Dies with Time
[example26] Analysis of a Cold Forging Process of a Shaft
[example27] Piercing Simulation of a Special Process
[example28] Backward Extrusion Simulation in Plane Strain Condition
[example29] Analysis of a Multi-Step Extrusion Process Consideing Varying Frictional Conditions