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Orthotropic material

Question asked by Pet Peever on Aug 24, 2012
Latest reply on Aug 24, 2012 by Pet Peever

Hi,

I am defining an orthotropic material, but definitions aren't so clear, in the help pages :

- x means axial direction ( so parallel to the fiber) ?

- y would be radial (direction of thickness) ?

- z tangential (so the width direction, in the case of a fabric)

 

I ask the question, because some conventions give z as axial direction.

 

Tx for your infos.

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