1. Yes.

2. In Engineering Data, you can define Young's Modulus in a table with Temperature.

3. Yes, try this approach. If you include plasticity, especially with perfectly plastic (zero Tangent Modulus), you will never get to a point when stress exceeds the Ultimate Tensile Strength. This is when you compare Equivalent Total Strain with Elongation at Break to decide if the part has failed.

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