November 27, 2020 at 4:20 pmStevenChoongSubscriberAnyone knows where the Neoprene Rubber material data in ANSYS is from? I would like to know its test standard.n
December 10, 2020 at 4:53 pmGary StofanAnsys EmployeeThe material data in the Ansys samples are generally from engineering textbooks.nUsers are strongly encouraged to obtain and validate their own material properties from their material supplier.nA recommended reference site for material data is matweb.comn
April 21, 2021 at 1:03 pmDavid MercierAnsys EmployeeHi, if you use the Neoprene Rubber material data from Ansys Granta EduPack or Ansys Granta Selector, data are well referenced. As Gary said it is mainly textbooks, but data come also sometimes from suppliers or from websites.nn
June 26, 2023 at 3:12 pmJoy GupteSubscriber
Neprene rubber compound/sheet or product can be preapred with vriable specifcations. Tough the raw material remain same, alterations can be made by varying amount of filler, plasticizers, carbon, vulcanizing chemicals. You can find speficatons here- neoprene-rubber-sheet
June 27, 2023 at 9:39 amBinoc ngoaiSubscriber
Neoprene is a petrochemical substance, which means that it is made from petroleum in a factory. Polychloroprene is made with a process called free radical emulsion polymerization, which turns natural chloroprene into synthetic polychloroprene. territorial io
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