MCalibration Command Line Arguments

Using MCalibration from the Command Line

MCalibration can be used from the command line on both Linux and Windows computers. Here’s a list of the available command line arguments:

  • -help
  • -runOnce runs the specified simulation, saves the results, and then quits
  • -optimize runs the specified optimization, saves the results, and then quits
  • -model [name] select the specified material model, e.g. PolyUMod_BB
  • -noGUI do not show the GUI
  • -validate_mcal run a set of validation tests to make sure MCalibration has been installed correctly
  • -saveEng save the experimental data as engineering stress and strain
  • filename name of one MCalibration input file

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