The Warp analysis uses the results of the Cool analysis and the Fill analysis to predict shrinkage and warpage of the part. Modeling tasks and an analysis sequence must be set up before a Warp analysis is run.
Before running a Warp analysis, you should ensure that the correct processing conditions have been set, in particular, Packing Time and Packing Pressure, and that the gate and feed systems have been modeled correctly.
It is important to run a Cool analysis before the Warp analysis so that the information gained from the Cool analysis can be taken into account. If you do not run a Cool analysis first, differential cooling effects, such as temperature differences from one side of the mold to the other, will not be included in the Warp analysis calculations. You can specify a cooling time or select an automatic cooling time calculation.