October 11, 2018 at 8:19 amAbdul MalikSubscriber
I am trying to learn ANSYS, my main theme is to model the weld geometery and analyses it. Prior to that i would like to start with some basics, if anyone provide the basic data on tensile test of steel i would be thankful.
Furthermore, i found one file on file on internet but there is a difference in the model results and the file i found on internet. If anyone could have a look on it. either i am doing it in a right way or not.
the lap report is uploaded
October 11, 2018 at 2:53 pmSandeep MedikondaAnsys Employee
If you are looking for material data. I would recommend the following the websites for Material Testing, Characterization etc:
Datapoint Labs: material testing service with TestPaks
Matereality: material information management
Axel Products: material testing service
Northwest Numerics, Inc.: user programmable features
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