August 17, 2023 at 11:30 amANISH KULKARNISubscriber
Hello everyone,I am BE Mechanical Student, currently working on calculating poisson ratio of honeycomb like structure,for which I have fixed one part & subjected the other part to tensile load of 2000N.
I am simulating this using static structural module of Ansys Workbench.
I have calculated directional deformation in perpendicular/shear & axial direction.
Is this the correct method to calculate Poisson ratio by dividing shear displacement/normal displacement for any type of structure including auxetic structure?
(Link for FEA:https://drive.google.com/file/d/10FRYp-PmvcbCNBBymSQY0ae-I_2ldI7L/view?usp=drive_link)
Note:Load of 2000N has been applied along Y-direction.
(Please refer the below images to see the Loading condition &results)
August 18, 2023 at 1:36 pmAshish KumarForum Moderator
Poisson's ratio is a needed material property and I think you will need experimental testing to determine Poisson's ratio.
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