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changing materials property from step to an other

changing materials property from step to an other

changing materials property from step to an other

hi ,
how can i change material property from step 1 to step 2
for exemple i have two materials : material_1 and material_2
and i have a part with 3 partition
in the step 1 : the first partition of the part have the material_1 and the two other partitions have the material_2
in the step 2: the first and the second partition have tha materials _1( the second partition change from material_1 to material_2) and the third partition have material_2
in the third step : the first , the second and the third partitions have material_1( the third partition change from material_2 to material_1)
how can i do this process with having changes in the input file ??? ( i prefer to use function not subrotines)
i hope some one help me , because i spend 3 weeks tring it but i didn't find a solution

i'm usng abaqus

RE: changing materials property from step to an other

It depends on the software you are using, so tell us that, and if that software has its own forum here, ask there.

I don't know what functions vs subroutines have to do with it.

Doug Jenkins
Interactive Design Services

RE: changing materials property from step to an other

i'm using abaqus software , and i want to change input file so i have to use field function and * initial conditions, type=field function

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