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  • How to Release an Unused License Token

    How to Release an Unused License Token

    This presentation shows how you can release one or more PolyUMod or MCalibration license tokens that were not released properly. License tokens are sometimes not released properly if the network connection is terminated or if the software crashes....
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  • Howto Verify PolyUMod Integration with Abaqus

    Howto Verify PolyUMod Integration with Abaqus

    This tutorial shows how you can verify that the PolyUMod library has bee installed correctly and that it works with Abaqus....
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  • MCalibration: How to Plot State Variables in ANSYS Workbench

    MCalibration: How to Plot State Variables in ANSYS Workbench

    This tutorial illustrated how state variables from a PolyUMod material model can be plotted inside ANSYS Workbench....
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  • MCalibration: Predicting Compression Set in Elastomers

    MCalibration: Predicting Compression Set in Elastomers

    This tutorial shows how you can accurately predict compression set of elastomers using the Parallel Network Model (PNM) from the PolyUMod library. The final material model is able to calibrate both the non-linear stress-strain response, stress relaxation response, and the permanent set (according to ASTM D395). Note that MCalibration is a built-in load case directly supporting permanent set data....
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  • MCalibration: How to calibrate a TNM Failure Model

    MCalibration: How to calibrate a TNM Failure Model

    This tutorial illustrates how the Three Network Model (TNM) can be combined with a a failure model to predict material failure. The TNM is an excellent material model for almost all isotropic thermoplastic materials....
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  • MCalibration: How to calibrate a PNM failure model

    MCalibration: How to calibrate a PNM failure model

    This tutorial shows how a a Parallel Network Model (PNM) failure model can be calibrated using MCalibration....
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  • Introduction to MCalibration

    Introduction to MCalibration

    This presentation contains a nice introduction to how to use MCalibration to calibrate a material model. It is shown how the behavior of the calibrated material model can be examined using virtual experiments. It is also shown how the material model can be exported to a finite element program....
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  • Calibration of a material that softens after yield

    Calibration of a material that softens after yield

    Some polymers (e.g. thermoplastics, adhesives) exhibit a reduction in stress after yielding. This behavior can be difficult to capture using a simple material model. This presentation illustrates how MCalibration can be used to create and calibrate a material model (the PNM) from the PolyUMod library that can predict a significant reduction in stress after yield....
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  • MCalibration: How to run a parametric study

    MCalibration: How to run a parametric study

    When working with an Abaqus, ANSYS, or PolyUMod material model is can be very useful to examine which of the material parameters are most important, and how each material parameter influences the predicted stress-strain response. These tasks are easy to perform using a parametric study in MCalibration. This document illustrated how it can be performed....
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  • MCalibration: How to calibrate any Abaqus material model

    MCalibration: How to calibrate any Abaqus material model

    This tutorial illustrates how MCalibration can be used to calibrate any of the built-in material models in Abaqus. The approach is based on the "Abaqus-Template" material model framework that is available in MCalibration. Note that MCalibration material model template framework now supports arbitrary Python code. This makes it possible, for example, to calibrate material models in table format....
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