How many types of data can be added to 1 material in ANSYS? - Finite Element Modeling
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Wed, 11 Jul 2007 10:18:58 +0000In ANSYS v11 you can use a uniaxial, biaxial, pure shear, simple shear and a volumetric test all together in the cuve fitting routine.Armin]]>Finite Element ModelingJayhttps://polymerfem.com/community/finite-element-modeling-aa/how-many-types-of-data-can-be-added-to-1-material-in-ansys/#post-4926
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Fri, 11 May 2007 22:14:02 +0000Also, both the Yeoh and the Mooney Rivlin models should work OK for your problem. In most cases, I personally like the Yeoh model better.- Jorgen]]>Finite Element ModelingJorgenhttps://polymerfem.com/community/finite-element-modeling-aa/how-many-types-of-data-can-be-added-to-1-material-in-ansys/#post-4840How many types of data can be added to 1 material in ANSYS?
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Fri, 04 May 2007 10:26:42 +0000It is Friday, finially.. Hope everyone will have a wonderful weekend ahead. I have a silly question, How many types of experimental data can be added to one Hyper-Elastic material ID in ANSYS?Say, If i have an Uni-axial experimental data, and a bi-axial experimental data, and a shear data, I can add the three groups of data to ONe Material ID, right? in ANSYS.Do i have to have at least three groups of data to be able to simulate a Metal re-inforced rubber bearing? becasue even though the deformation is maybe less than 5%, but the rubber will be under some bending. and Since I have Bending involved, that means for each group of data, Uni-Axial, or Bi-axial, i would need both tension, and compression data right? And, if I use ANSYS Yeoh model to simulate this metal-reinforced bearing, with these three groups or data, I would have a pretty accurate simulation result, right? or, Would you recommend other models for a bending-of-a-uniform-thickness-plate dominated situation? Will a simpler Mooney Rivlin model be sufficient for an accurate simulation?Please help me, thanks in advance. sincerely yours...waterlilly]]>Finite Element Modelingarchfeahttps://polymerfem.com/community/finite-element-modeling-aa/how-many-types-of-data-can-be-added-to-1-material-in-ansys/#post-26556