January 25, 2023 at 7:34 amFAQParticipant
Two materials laws can be considered when modeling foams : – Ogden foam model (for more information, refer to Ansys Help Material Reference / Nonlinear material properties / Hyperelasticity / Ogden compressible foam hyperelasticity) ; – Blatz Ko model (for more information, refer to Ansys Help Material Reference / Nonlinear material properties / Hyperelasticity / Blatz-Ko foam hyperelasticity). If the foam can be considered as little compressible, usual hyperelastic models can be used.
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