This preliminary release is limited to linear elastic material, axisymmetric geometry, spherical rigid indenter, and various boundary conditions.
We are currently working on adding viscoelasticity (Prony series), cylindrical and conical rigid indenters, and loading functions.
I am doing a project on rubber couplings and it is a bit difficult for me to decide between the material models availavle in Ansys 14. I am new to this field and want some assistance in choosing the material model. So, can anyone help me to theoroticall explain the difference between the different material models available in Ansys?
I have a doubt regarding the Hyperelastic and Viscoelastic material modelling in ANSYS using Mooney-Rivlin material constants.
ANSYS theory manual says that for large deformation and large strains, the material modelling (i.e. constitutive behaviour) is same for hyperelastic and viscoelastic. Is it so?
Generally, Mooney-Rivlin material constants are used to model Hyperelastic behaviour (rubber-like materials).
But can I use Mooney-Rivlin material constants, which we get from curve fitting the test data, to also model a viscoelastic material which has large deformation and large strain (10-20%)?
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WhatDifference:same stress-strain curve for linear elastic material with nonlinear young's modulus and hyperelastic materialSubmitted by XiaogaiLi on Fri, 2009-04-03 09:31.
Now I am trying to implement Ogden model in Comsol Multiphysics, but I had some problem.
Then I realized that in Comsol, it's possible to implement a nonlinear young's modulus.
But I am a little confused.
If you have a nonlinear Young's modulus, in the stress-strain curve, E is the tangent of this curve.
For hyperelastic material, let's say Ogden material. It's usually a nonlinear stress-strain curve as well.
My problem is, even if you can get some function for E young's modulus for the linear elastic material, and this stress-strain curve can be fitted to Ogden stress-strain curve in order to get the same shape of curve.