How can I import biaxial data into MCalibration?
[Solved] Biaxial data in mcalibration
could you share with us the curves to get an idea about the differences you mention?
MCalibration can import and work with equibiaxial data. We are working on adding support for non-equibiaxial data.
Do you have an update on the support for importing non-equibiaxial data?
Unfortunately we have not yet implemented that load case type. We are still interested in it, but we have a long list of things to work on, and that task has so far only a low priority. Can you give me one or more examples of why you need that ability? That would help me increase the priority of that task.
That new feature is still on our list of things to add. Can you let me know what format your experimental data is in?
What are the columns in your experimental data file?
The biaxial data would be in the form of stress and strain for two orthogonal directions (e.g., radial and axial). The non-equibiaxial tests are strain determined in ratios of max strain, 1:2 or 1:3. Where the max strain achieved for one direction (radial) is 2x that of the other direction (axial), in the case of 1:2.
So, the columns in this case would be radial strain (up to 30%) with corresponding axial stress and then axial strain (up to 15%) with corresponding radial stress.
Does this answer your question?