What is the difference between the materials Isotropic Plastic 1D and Isotropic Nonlinear Elastic 1D?

Answer

The difference between both material models is as follows:

In the Isotropic Nonlinear Elastic 1D material model, no plastic deformations are considered. This means that the material returns to its initial state when the load is released.

Whereas in the case of the material model Isotropic Plastic 1D, the plastic deformation is considered.

For both material models, the nonlinear properties are defined in an additional dialog box. When entering data by means of a diagram, it is possible to define a distribution in both models after the last step.

For the material model Isotropic Nonlinear Elastic 1D, it is possible to enter the stress-strain diagram (different for the positive and negative zone) in an anti-metrical way, whereas for the model Isotropic Plastic 1D, only symmetric input is possible.


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Material model Nonlinear Plastic Material Calculation Behavior Plastic 1D Nonlinear 1D

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