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Old   December 24, 2013, 09:01
Post Shape memory Alloy Modeling (SMA)
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Hey All,
We are working in field of Bio-mechanics and trying to model the Shape memory Alloy in ANSYS Workbench R14.5.
We are trying to see The shape memory and superelasticity effect in simple cube type geometry . As we have all the properties available for SMA. How can we show the SMA effect. Kindly Help me!!

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in workbench you should used static or transient or ...and define your material in Engineering Data.in this part you can put shape memory effect property or superelasticity for your material
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