May 18, 2023 at 4:05 pmrkoomulSubscriber
I would like to export the fitted curves for hyper-elastic material models to a CSV or a text file, so that I can plot and compare different hyper-elastic models. I could see the fitted curve of strain vs. stress both in Engineering Data and in Mechanical (see the attached images). But, I cannot find an option to export these graphs to an external file. Any pointers to do this will be greatly appreciated.
May 19, 2023 at 11:08 am
May 19, 2023 at 12:49 pmrkoomulSubscriber
Thank you Ashish for the response.
The section that you have highlighted is to input the experimental test data, which will be used for curve fitting (see the image below). But, what I am doing is taking the coefficients C10, C01, C20, etc. from published papers (I don't have experimental data) and using them for different hyper-elastic models. Ansys creates the graph of stress vs. strain once I input these coeffiecents. I would like to export the data from these graphs to compare different models. For example, I have Mooney Rivlin model coefficients from different papers and also Yeoh model coeffiecients. I would like to plot them (stress vs strain) together to compare them. To do this, I need to export the graph data to an external file.
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