Parametric Investigation of Mooney-Rivlin Material Constants on Silicone Biocomposite

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Hyperelastic materials are unique materials that have high tendency to stretch and its highly non-linear behaviour is commonly investigated using hyperelastic constitutive models. The aim of this paper is to investigate the sensitivity of Mooney-Rivlin material constants; C1 and C2 values in order to observe the behavior and pattern of the stress-stretch graph for silicone-kenaf composite. There were no previous studies done in regards to assess the mechanical behaviour of the stress-stretch curve for silicone-kenaf biocomposite by varying the Mooney-Rivlin material constants. The material constant, C1 and C2 are varied into few cases and the patterns of stress-stretch curves are studied. It was found that variations of C1 and C2 material constants could contribute differently on the mechanical properties of silicone-kenaf composite. Thus, the results and findings of this study could be further enhanced by future study to gain deeper understanding on the hyperelastic materials behaviour and Mooney-Rivlin hyperelastic constitutive model.

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.882.51

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S. H. Kamarul Bahrain and J. Mahmud, "Parametric Investigation of Mooney-Rivlin Material Constants on Silicone Biocomposite", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 882, pp. 51-55, 2017

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