I advised you in this post that you should use Conditioned properties and not the Dry properties for molded plastic. I repeat that advice now.
You should read this to learn about the difference between dry and conditioned parts. You seem to have taken the data from the dry condition, but that is not representative of parts in use.
From the attached pdf, the Elongation value is 8% where kond. means conditioned.
Here is that same data in English from CampusPlastics.com. Note the large difference in these three values between dry and conditioned.
Campus Plastics is brilliant because they give you the Stress-Strain curve data points in Excel, you don't have to digitize!
In normal use of molded plastic parts, the Conditioned properties apply. Dry properties are only valid for a few hours after molding. Please explain why you think using Dry properties is appropriate.
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