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asantis
@asantis
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Joined: Jan 15, 2010
Last seen: Oct 1, 2019
Topics: 7 / Replies: 16
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12 years ago
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They have been uploaded quite some time ago. What a pity, they are not accesible any more. Perhaps David and Muzialis could upload them again for us. ...

12 years ago
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The built-in BB-model in Abaqus also predicts the energy dissipation completely wrong. I treid it with just a sqare block, and it predicts way too muc...

12 years ago
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Dear Nata, This problem seems to be solveable analytically with some mathematics. 😎 In this case, you can also perform an axissymmetric analysi...

12 years ago
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It might be worth to have a look at the energies, if eberything seems logical and is in the expected range. Why dont you split your process into more...

13 years ago
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Have uploaded it there. [url

13 years ago
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The input file is quite long... 284 kB, so I cannot attach it.

13 years ago
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Why not using the pre-processor Abaqus CAE? It makes things much easier and you can still adapt you input file.

13 years ago
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A: Bricks are advantageous, and the more they look like normal brick (the less they are distortioned), the better. B: Bricks are the most efficient, ...

13 years ago
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13 years ago
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Now, there comes a first problem: I performed a test like a relaxation, with the following strain function: This gives a strain rate from about 0.3s...

13 years ago
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Mixed it up, but changed it later. I test 3 specimens and build the mean. Their derivations were very low, so the experiment gives a good repeatabilit...

13 years ago
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That is the prediction for the slow test: and here for the fast test: I have just shiftet the hysteresis loops along the strain axis towards the...

13 years ago
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