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10-25-2017
05:01 AM

10-25-2017
05:01 AM

Hi,

This question is for Mathcad Prime 4.0. I have a sheet caluclating and plotting the true stress-strain of various materials. Now, I want to copy these values into a FEA software. To me, it looks like you cannot copy directly from variables and functions, so I figured I try to put in the data in an embedded excel sheet and copy from there. However, I ran into problems here as well.

I've figured out how to write the stress values (sigma_t) to excel. How can I write the values of the strain (epsilon_t) into column B?

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10-25-2017
06:39 AM

10-25-2017
06:39 AM

You have to make sure that the what you supply to the "Excell" objects, are vectors (maybe matrices).

In the attached example (Prime4), you should be able to export both s and F, but not f(s).

Success!

Luc

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10-25-2017
06:39 AM

10-25-2017
06:39 AM

You have to make sure that the what you supply to the "Excell" objects, are vectors (maybe matrices).

In the attached example (Prime4), you should be able to export both s and F, but not f(s).

Success!

Luc