December 16, 2022 at 1:49 pmcanoztrkSubscriber
I am simulating a structure with a shock of 40g shock wave for a given time like 11 ms.
Firstly when i encountered with this project I've used modal+transient(Mode superposition) and our customer responded our report with "
Material data is unsufficient for shock analyses since only the linear elastic material properties are used. Nonlinear material parameters must be handled for these type analyses. "
So my question is what type of material data that I need and is it really differenciate results between nonlinear transient and modesuper position transient analysis? (I'm questioning I read equ. stress with MSUP is 0,5 Mpa but if i perform nonlinear transient would I see like 100 Mpa??) btw my model contains composite material too.
December 16, 2022 at 4:17 pmAnkush ChoudharySubscriber
Modal + transient can only handle linear analysis. If your material has any nonlinearity, such as elastoplastic or hyperelastic, then run your analysis only in transient.
December 19, 2022 at 7:01 amcanoztrkSubscriber
Thank you for responding but as ı explained my question was how did customer decided material data unsufficient without nonlinear material data? my materials glass,aluminum,acrylic.At the end of MSUP analysis I got 0.1 Mpa stress so ıt's nothing so do ı really need to do transient analysis? with these results ı suppose ı wont see any non linearity?
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