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Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Material | Mat | Material to disassemble. | Material |

Name | ID | Description | Type |
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Material | Mat | Material | Material |

Type of material | Type | Type of material. | Text |

Family name of material | Family | Family name of material. | Text |

Name of material | Name | The name serves to identify a material uniquely upon selection from a material table. | Text |

Elem identifiers | Elem-Ids | Identifiers of elements to attach material to. | Text |

Color | Color | Color of the cross section. | Colour |

Young's Modulus[kN/cm2] dir1/2 | E1/2 | Young's Modulus in the first and second material direction. | Number |

In-plane shear modulus [kN/cm2] | G12 | In-plane shear modulus [kN/cm2] in the first material direction. | Number |

In-plane lateral contraction coefficient | nue12 | In-plane lateral contraction coefficient. | Number |

Transverse shear modulus [kN/cm2] dir1/2 | G31/2 | Transverse shear modulus [kN/cm2] of the material in the section perpendicular to the first and second material direction. | Number |

Specific weight [kN/m3] | gamma | Specific weight [kN/m3] of material. | Number |

Coefficient of thermal expansion [1/C°] dir1/2 | alphaT1/2 | Coefficient of thermal expansion [1/C°] in the first and second material direction. | Number |

Strength hypothesis | S-Hypo | Name of strength hypothesis to applied for assessing a material's utilization in a bi-axial stress state. | Text |

Tensile strength [kN/cm2] dir1/2 | ft1/2 | Tensile strength [kN/cm2] in the first and second material direction. | Number |

Compressive strength [kN/cm2] dir1/2 | fc1/2 | Compressive strength [kN/cm2] in the first and second material direction. | Number |

Shear strength [kN/cm2] dir1/2 | t12 | Shear strength [kN/cm2] between the first and second material direction. | Number |

Tsai-Wu Interact. coeff. | f12 | Shear strength [kN/cm2] between the first and second material direction. | Number |

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