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Old   October 10, 2013, 10:41
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Hi dear friends.

I want to define a material property in ansys mechanical. I want to now is there any ability to define a non-linear material in Engineering Data? It doesn't matter for me to be an orthotropic or isotropic non-linear definition. Just i need to define non-linear material.

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Old   October 16, 2013, 22:08
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ANSYS Workbench have some own non-linear material data in its database.
you can check the engineer data,there is a source named General Non-linear Materials.
you can learn from that to input your own non-material data.
I believe you can find more information in ANSYS Help.

Non-linear material is basic function in the ANSYS.
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