A STUDY ON FEMU: INFLUENCE OF SELECTION OF EXPERIMENTS ON RESULTS FOR ABS-M30 MATERIAL

Abstract

This paper examines the effect of experiments used to identify material parameters of a more complex material model (12 material parameters). The set of experiments includes tensile tests and indentation tests with different loading conditions at 4 different temperatures (a total of 14 experiments) for the ABS-M30 material. The behaviour of the material was simulated using Anand's material model, and the Finite Element Model Updating approach was used to identify the material parameters. The parameters are solved for 3 variants: identification from indentation tests, identification from tensile tests, identification from all experiments. For the first two variants, the remaining experiments are used to verify. Finally, all results are compared.

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