LS-DYNA MAT_024+GISSMO shell element failure model for metals
Rate dependent tensile data is generated at 5 strain rates from .01 -100/s. DIC is used to measure a variety of properties including grooved and open hole tensile properties, 0 degree orientation shear properties, and biaxial failure via an Erichssen cupping test. Quasi-static tensile tests on full sized tensile bars and double wide specimens are also performed. A density measurement is also provided. Specimen preparation is included. An elastoplastic and fracture material card for shell elements is provided by our partner, IDIADA. The element size is between 3-5 mm. The simulations of certain deformation modes are also provided.
|1x||M-242||Biaxial Force and Surface Strain by Punch Test|
|3x||M-232||High Speed Tensile Stress-Strain|
|6x||M-204V||True Stress Strain Measurements Using 3D DIC|
|1x||M-204||Tensile Stress-Strain, Strength, and Modulus|
|1x||SP-105||Specimen Machining Services|
Shell element formulation ELFORM 16, ELFORM 2 or both can be used. The default is ELFORM 2. Extra charges will apply if both formulations are needed.
: 5 thin sheets or film[details]
Typically used in automotive applications for failure analysis in sheet metals. Please provide the material's specific application.