Ever wondered if you can use a material test data directly in Abaqus/CAE to calibrate a material model? In this seminar we will be discussing the material calibration process of deriving Abaqus material behaviors like elasticity and plasticity from sets of material test data.
Topics discussed during the one hour seminar include:
Create material data sets by importing data into Abaqus/CAE
Convert calibration data between nominal and true forms
Scale, smooth, and truncate the data
Derive material properties such as Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio, or Mullins effect from the data sets.
Sakya Tripathy, Ph.D., SIMULIA West
Dr. Sakya Tripathy is a Technical Specialist at SIMULIA West. He is a member of the engineering team which provides high level of technical support, training, and consulting services to users of SIMULIA products across various industries. Since joining SIMULIA in 2010, he has been involved in several consulting projects for companies in various fields. He has also provided advanced training and technical support to SIMULIA customers.
Dr. Tripathy holds a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Virginia. His background is in Computational Biomechanics, Biomechanics and Constitutive Material Modeling. He has more than 10 years of experience in applying Finite Element techniques to several engineering problems across domains.