March 3, 2023 at 9:24 pmMuhammad Tahir FarisSubscriber
I was trying to model baseball with hyperelastic material to get more insight of it. but I dont have values for unaxial and biaxial and strain stress test values. Can anyonline help how can I get this data. Any source which have these experiemental data or does anyone konw how can I use hyperelastic material for baseball without these experimental values.
thanks in advance
March 6, 2023 at 4:25 pmArmin AbediniSubscriber
It is generally recommended to use as many experimental data as possible to calibrate hyperelasticity models but it is still possible to run the simulation with limited experimental data, such as only uniaxial tension data.
Please see the following courses to get more information on hyperelasticity models:
Calibration of Hyperelasticity | Ansys Innovation Courses
How to Set Up Response Functions for Hyperelastic Material Models — Lesson 2 - ANSYS Innovation Courses
March 6, 2023 at 4:32 pmMuhammad Tahir FarisSubscriber
I want to model baseball but I dont have experimental data. What should I do?
March 6, 2023 at 4:50 pmArmin AbediniSubscriber
To check available material data, you can look into the Ansys material database (Granta Materials).
You can also check the article below that may include helpful information for you:
Modeling deformation behavior of the baseball - PubMed (nih.gov)
March 6, 2023 at 6:24 pmMuhammad Tahir FarisSubscriber
Didnot found anything related to my material in Granta Materials. and no data is given in the paper that I can use values from and define my own material. Please help me in it.
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