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Joined: Aug 29, 2007
Last seen: Oct 1, 2019
Topics: 8 / Replies: 16
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Absy, you need first to transform the original data (pressure-radius-strain) to equibiaxial tension data (stress-strain). Then you can simply determ...

14 years ago
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Hi Jorgen, thanks for your reply. However, according to the sales person in my region (central Europe), it is not possible to downgrade the latest ve...

16 years ago
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Jorgen, Armin and Marco, now I know the origin of my (past) convergence problems: Based on one sample code downloaded from the website I originally...

17 years ago
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Hi Jorgen, I think that I am starting understand it more. I realized that I cannot obtain (pure) stretch tensor by transformation of deformation grad...

17 years ago
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Thanks Jorgen for the correction. I have one more question about the rotation of second order tensor through: R_ik R_jm A_km Is this applicable also...

17 years ago
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Thanks Jorgen a lot for your response and for further stimulation. Here are a few answers on your comments/questions: - How bad is the convergence f...

17 years ago
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Thank you Jorgen for your attention, but (probably stupid question) ... what does Q tensor mean? Paul

17 years ago
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Hello Jorgen (and others), finally I choosed the way 3 ... to calculate stress and jacobian (DDSDDE) in global coordinates based on def. gradient and...

17 years ago
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Thanks a lot Jorgen for your responce, I am just trying to account for rigid body rotation in my USERMAT subroutine in ANSYS (hyperelastic model). Si...

17 years ago
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Thanks a lot Jorgen for your responce, I am just trying to account for rigid body rotation in my USERMAT subroutine in ANSYS (hyperelastic model). Si...

17 years ago
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Hello Jorgen, thank you for your reply. The definition in index notation is exactly what I needed - and it really works. Paul

17 years ago
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