February 12, 2021 at 7:47 amPattiSubscriber
I try to simulate an 3-point-bending modell for creep. I have real test data from 3-point-creep-bending. I choose the Norton Creep Modell and define the creep coefficient C1-C3. The Creep Coeffients are right.
I got different types of normal polymer (APS, PP, PC-ABS) and i will try to simulate the 3-point-bending-test.
The curve of the real test data have a non-linear progression. But the curve in the simulation only linear.
What should I do, that die Curve in the simulation looks like the curve from real test data?
I have two loadsteps. First one without creep, only for the force. The second is with creep.
Thanks in advance for your support.
PatrickFebruary 12, 2021 at 4:31 pmJohn DoyleAnsys EmployeeThe time unit looks suspicious to me. The experimental curve, it appears to be in terms of hours (Zeit h?) ~140 h. The Simulation endtime goes to 13 sec. I don't think we can change the display unit for time in Simulation, but shouldn't the endtime value be closer to 140?nPerhaps it is correct and I am just not understanding what these graphs represent, but the time units appear to be inconsistent.Viewing 1 reply thread
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