October 14, 2020 at 6:18 pmmunkhunurSubscriber
Dear all members,
I have tried to find Chaboche parameters using curve fitting tool in ansys workbrench as shown here. Unfortunately, bad curve fitting is resulted here. What is the problem here? If someone who has experience please help me? Thank you.
UnurOctober 15, 2020 at 7:58 pmBhargava SistaAnsys EmployeeThis involves a bit of trial and error but I'll provide some tips: nFrom your screen shot I see that the units of stress are in Pa so the numbers are pretty high. In curve-fitting we typically work with least-square function where the number is squared. As a result, the number may be too high and might run into truncation issues. I recommend changing the working units to (tonne, mm, ...) so the units are in MPa to avoid this issue.nA few other tips include:nIncreasing the number of kinematic models increases the nonlinearity and can help in finding a better fit.nSwitch between absolute and normalized errors and see if it improve the quality of fit.nYou can provide an initial guess (or seed value) in the top left table for each parameter and see if it helps.nnAlso, go through the notes provide in this link from documentation.nAlthough it's for APDL interface, any tips on selecting initial seeds provided here are relevant for curve-fitting in Engineering Data too.nViewing 1 reply thread
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