February 5, 2021 at 6:12 amFernando TorresSubscriberHi Pardon me, just satarted to learn ls 2 days ago.nI'm trying to add mat_193 (drucker prager) to plane strain case. In documentation they say that model's height should change in z axis and for plane strain they say planar geometry should lie in x-y plane. So does it mean that I can't use drucker prager model for 2d cases in ls-dyna? Thanks.n
February 7, 2021 at 6:32 amUshnish BasuAnsys EmployeeDear Fernando, for 2D elements, the y direction is taken as the vertical direction. We will clarify this in the manualnn
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