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Title : Identification of the hyperelastic constitutive model constants of a rubber-like material
Company : EnginSoft S.p.A.
Date : 07-Mar-2012

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In this article, we present a possible strategy for solving an inverse problem withmodeFRONTIER. The solution of an inverse problem is often required in engineering situations, more often than one would expect. Most of the times, the values of quantities which influence the behavior of the system under exam are unknown and cannot be determined easily or directly.
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