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Week - 10 Hyperelastic Material Models
Aim- Use the given material data to build a hyper elastic material cards using Ls-Dyna. Build Mooney Rivlin and Ogden material card by finding their constants using d3hsp file. Perform uniaxial tensile test on Dogbone specimen with 100% strain (i.e. strain = 1) and compare the stress strain data in above cases. Theory-…
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Tribhuvankumar

In this project, I will be simulating an incompressible-laminar-viscous flow through a backward facing step. This will be solved using the software OpenFOAM running on Debian. The solver for this simulation was chosen to be icoFoam, I decided what solver to use from this guide on OpenFOAM's website This is from their guide,…

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Dushyanth

Draft Analysis When a plastic component is made, we can observe that there is a draft angle given on each side from the base which is lesser than 90 degrees. This is because in the criteria of making a plastic material the mold should release the material when finished. if the mold surfaces are 90 degrees…

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NAVEEN

LS DYNA – Material_Modelling_Hyperelastic By Enos Leslie Mechanical Engineer 8th April 2023   AIM   Model a hyperelastic material by comparing data to stress/strain experimental curve data. The rubber models from Ls Dyna Deck considered are: Mooney Rivlin Constant (MAT_077, N = 1) Ogden Rubber Constants…

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Leslie

Dog house design for the Door Trim:Aim: Create the Dog House for the Door Trim considering the design rules and performthe draft analysis for class A and create the final close body component and performthe draft analysis.Objective:Create the Tooling axis Design the class-B and class-C surfaces and join them.Use the Close…

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Aniket

AIM: Surface meshing on a Pressure valve Objectives: To check for the geometrical errors. To perform Topology cleanup accordingly. To set three different target lengths as three different cases and mesh the model. To apply any one target length from the above at a time for the entire model as One case. To write a…

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Shaik