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Simulating strain hardening - strain to inelastic stress

Subject: Simulating strain hardening - strain to inelastic stress

From: Jveer

Date: 4 Apr, 2009 13:07:01

Message: 1 of 1

This is one for my fellow engineers out here.

Briefly:

We are developing a new stress analysis method which significantly differ from conventional FEM most of us are familiar with. This is highly experimental at the moment.

Request:

We'd like anyone who can be asked to take a look at the pdf and provide their opinion suggestions and hopefully propose one or a few methods to calculate stress in the strain hardening region using the format and structure of our strain data as an input.

We welcome novel ideas. We'd be glad to test them. The more different your approaches are to ours, the more interested we are.

The PDF is named StrainHardening. It contains all the information you'll need. the link to my idisk folder is:

http://idisk.mac.com/jveer-Public?view=web

just click on the 'download' arrows to the right of the file. i apologise for being unable to provide a more convenient way. i wish we could attach file to these post.

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