The Crankshaft Forging process produces a crankshaft which has higher metal density, and greater strength and resistance to flexing. Every engine is different and has different requirements. So, depending on the needs and type of engine, the relevant crankshaft is used it can be either forged crankshaft or a cast crankshaft or it can be a billet crankshaft. In the given video of simulation, one can see the crankshaft forming process. In this process the billet is compressed and deformed by closed impression die forming process. In this process the upper half section of the crankshaft is impressed on the upper die while lower half of the crankshaft is impressed on the lower die. Now consider the various parameters used in the crankshaft forming process. The material of the billet is chromium alloy steel. The initial temperature of the billet is 1100oC . The billet is placed over lower die. The hydraulic press is used to deform the billet. The left hand portion the video shows the deformation of billet. The upper die with hydraulic press compresses the billet with very high force in downward direction and severely deform it. Due to high deforming force and high billet temperature ,material starts deforming plastically and moves into the impressions created in the upper and lower die. At the final height the billet is deformed into semi-finished crankshaft. Final shape is obtained after various heat treatment processes and machining of the semi-finished crankshaft. The upper right -hand side of the video shows the variation of the strain at various regions of the billet during deformation process. Initially the strain in the billet is zero but at the end of the operation the equivalent strain rises upto 1.38. Similarly lower right-hand side of the video shows the variation of the temperature of the billet. Final crankshaft is shown at the end .It has parts crankpin, shaft and the counter-weights in semi-finished condition.