July 5, 2020 at 2:41 amAbdulsalamSubscriber
I want to add PDMS Slygrd 184 in my ANSYS workbench Material library manually. What are the main properties of the material I need to add so that when I perform various analysis on ANSYS than I can get the correct results and compare it with my experimental result . I have the experimental result of uniaxial test can I use it and then use any of the hyperelastic models like Ogden model. Will this be enough or do i need to go for more properties. If i need to look more properties than which are those? Is using the hyperelastic models only is enough to define my PDMS Slygrd 184 properties ?
I have attached a photo of my work for your reference. please I need your help As soon as possible
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