the shell10x term does not allow getting the stress in its current form - it was implemented as a proof-of-concept thing and not much used since (AFAIK), so there are still some omissions. It would be possible to add a stress computation mode to the term, analogously to, for example, the hyperelastic terms, but we do not have resources to do that now. (Of course, contributions are welcome!)
Best regards, r.
On 9/30/19 3:09 PM, Guillaume GB wrote:
To get the Cauchy stress, we have to evaluate the term *ev_cauchy_stress*, however, it does not seem to be compatible with a shell10X term-based problem. Is there a way to get Cauchy stress and strain when dealing with a shell model?
Junior Researcher (Postdoc) RUDN University Moscow, Russian Federation