February 3, 2023 at 8:19 pmlongt8Subscriber
I am using HoneyComb MAT 26. I changed the input curve in LCA, LCB, and LCCdirections and I also change the values in EAUU, EBUU, ECUU. However, the reaction force does not change. I see the input stress-strain curve should be positive for strain to simulation the compression. Would you let me know is there any trick thing I need to take care of?
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