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Old   October 20, 2020, 06:22
Default Shear damage modeling Abaqus
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Hello, I need to model a shear test of a steel beam. I would like to use the shear damage model in Abaqus. I do not know how to calculate the input values for fracture strain, shear stress ratio and strain rate. The material is steel S355. Anyone can help me with background documentation or any other suggestion?
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Thanks for the information. I really appreciate your effort. You have provided detailed information related to TIG welding.

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