The following table lists the results generated for a Reaction Injection Molding (RIM) analysis, and RTM or SRIM analysis, and indicates whether each result is supported for the following technologies:
|Flow (Fill+Pack / filling and curing phase) results||Analysis technology|
|Warp results||Analysis technology|
|1||For Midplane and Dual Domain analysis technologies, these results are produced only when you have selected an analysis sequence that includes the Incompressible solver.|
|2||For Midplane and Dual Domain analysis technologies, these results are produced only when you have selected an analysis sequence that includes the Compressible solver.|
|3||This result is available only when the option to Perform venting analysis is selected in the solver parameters.|
|4||The Mat orientation result is specific to the RTM and SRIM processes. The RTM and SRIM processes are not supported by 3D analysis technology.|
|5||If you select a material with fiber or filler content, Fiber orientation analysis results also will be generated for a Fill+Pack analysis sequence. The option to performis enabled by default in the Process Settings Wizard.|
The Bulk conversion result shows the average material conversion (cure) across the part thickness, calculated over the entire molding process (filling + curing phases).
The Bulk conversion at end of process result is generated from a Midplane and Dual Domain Reactive Molding analysis, and shows the average material conversion (cure) across the part thickness, calculated at the end of the filling phase.
The Conversion at node result shows the actual material conversion (cure) at a node, calculated over the entire molding process (filling + curing phases).
The Conversion result shows the conversion value (degree of cure) at a particular part thickness over the duration of the entire molding process. This part thickness is the normalized thickness.
The Cured layer fraction result shows the fraction of thickness where the degree of cure is higher than the gelation conversion.
The Mat orientation result shows the effect of the fiber-mat preform (fiber-mat) properties on the advancement of the melt-front.
The Analysis Log is a text report that lists the inputs that you used for the Reactive Molding analysis, including solver parameters, material data, process settings an model details, followed by the analysis progress tables.