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Hyper-elastic material constants may be calculated from material curves; uo t three different material curves may be used (simple tension, 2D tension and bi-axial). Are the results somewhow avaraged between different curves to produce just one set of mate

Question asked by Paul Kurowski on Apr 27, 2017

Hyper-elastic material constants may be calculated from material curves; up to three different material curves may be used (simple tension, 2D tension and bi-axial) but even one curve is sufficient to find material constants. If more than one curve is used, are the results somehow averaged between different curves to produce just one set of material constants?

 

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Paul Kurowski

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