I am doing simple buckling analysis on a carbon fiber tublar product subject to compressive load. I use NE nastran. My model contain PCOMP card and MAT8 card. I have the material property for the carbon prepreg from the supplier from which I am pluging in all the values in MAT8 card. In MAT8 card, there is a coloumn for shear strenth value in XY plane of fiber. The material data what I have contain short beam shear stress in 0 degree and 90 degree as per ASTM std. Which one is the right value to be pluged in for this shear stress value? I am interested in seeing failure critria of all the plies in the laminate.
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