October 12, 2020 at 4:46 amcibiSubscriberThis is first question in forum so please forgive for any mistakes.nWe are trying to model hyperelastic and viscoelastic behaiour using user sub routine in autodyn to couple them later for a new model. We found that the present viscoelastic model is inadequate for modelling large strain. We are in need of any relevant material for carrying on further.nThank you in advance.n
October 14, 2020 at 2:38 amMissy JiAnsys EmployeeYou may refer to Autodyn User's Subroutines Guide, and develop your own material models.nn
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