Mooney–Rivlin solid

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5 hours ago, Nippernaper said:

Quite the timely topic; I was digging into the Mooney-Rivlin material models just last week.  Eventually went Neo-Hookian.  

What brings you to dig into polymer behavior modeling?

We have a few plastics guys around here.  Injection molding, extrusion, 3D printing.  We had one guy that was thermoforming acrylic canopies...

and a bunch more wanting newly designed rubber donuts... lower cost, longer lasting, and something to improve poor landing technique... :)

Best regards,



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