It is available in MCalibration. Click: "Add Set of Virtual Experiments", "Experimental Data", "PEEK". /Jorgen
It does not matter if the material is isotropic. If the material is anisotropic then you can define your own coordinate system and use that. /Jorgen
Hello, please ask your license question by email directly to our support team: support at polymerfem.com /Jorgen
I'm happy to help. Can you make sure your Ansys FE model is not still trying to use a PolyUMod material model? If that does not solve the problem, t...
Can you email the mcal-file to our support team: support at polymerfem dot com
That sounds odd. Can you also attach your mcal-file you used? Also, what version of MCalibration are you using? /Jorgen
The code examples can be downloaded from these links: Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 10 /Jorgen
The experimental data for Viton now comes with MCalibration. MCalibration_Viton.mp4
Most people ignore the influence of the relative humidity during a DMA test. For most materials it is a second order effect. /Jorgen
I like the failure model that is part of the PolyUMod TNV model. See the following page more info:/p> /Jorgen
I'm happy to fix any bugs. Can you share what the inconsistencies are? /Jorgen
Hmm. Are you using a student version of Abaqus? I believe the student version of Abaqus does not allow for user-material subroutines (like the PolyU...