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Burak Erbilen

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  1. 1)Altair SimSolid 2019 Verification Manual https://web.altairhyperworks.com/hubfs/JP_InsideSales/SimSolid/SimSolid_2019_VerificationManual.pdf 2)Comparing Altair SimSolid with a FEA Benchmark https://blog.altair.com/comparing-simsolid-with-a-fea-benchmark/ 3) https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/altair-simsolid-vs-ansys-discovery-workbech-part-1-static-bershtman/ https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/altair-simsolid-vs-ansys-discovery-workbech-part-2-modal-bershtman/ 4) Attached you can find the SimSolid “Real World” Validation Manual For Stress Accuracy SimSolid_Real_World_Validation_Manual.pdf
  2. I really wondered internal stress and I tried to your method which you have tried to see internal stress as well. 1) -400x100x10mm - Material is "steel" from Simsolid Generic Materials Library. All connections are "bonded" -I applied 750 N to each notch -Here is the distribution of Stress from front view. There is a bit different. -Here is the internal stress graphic from inside surface -This result from non-split side. As for me, both results are almost the same. 2) Another work, on the same condions , you can see the distribution of stress . There is a bit difference. -Splited one -One-piece
  3. 1. Click to Material Database 2. Click to "Edit Current" 3. Click "Sample non-linear materials" and then clickt to "Add material" 4.Click to "Stress-Strain Curve" 5.Click to "Import CSV" 6.Choose csv where is placed 7. Here is the result. Hope I could help you.
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