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Yield Strenght the same? How to read simulation results properly

Question asked by Wessel Den Helder on Mar 11, 2014
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2014 by Wessel Den Helder

Greetings,

 

Its my 1st post here, hi . I am a productdeveloping student and i've a problem with reading the simulation results.

I am using structural steel (DIN) S235, S275, S355 and so on, to optimalize a metal structure.

I am focussing on the given yield strength of the materials to check if its going to widthstand the force.

 

After some studies i mentioned that the yield strenght of all those materials are the same, 275MPa.

S235 should be 235 MPa right? and S275 > 275MPa.

 

I am confused now and do not know if my results are still trustworthy.

 

Only the tensile strength changes with the materials.

 

Is this normal or should I chance material settings?

Can I still use the results?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Wessel

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