# Hensel Spittel Model

Temperature, strain, and strain rate dependent Hensel Spittel model used in HyperXtrude is given by the following expression. It has a built-in temperature dependence in the equation and it is used all the time.

Workpiece Aluminium { | ||

ConstitutiveModel = | "HenselSpittel" | |

Density = | ρ | |

SpecificHeat = | Cp(T) | |

Conductivity = | K(T) | |

CoeffOfThermalExpansion = | βT | |

VolumetricHeatSource = | Qvol | |

ReferenceTemperature = | T | |

LiquidusTemperature = | Tl | |

SolidusTemperature = | Ts | |

Coefficient_A = | A | |

Coefficient_m1 = | m1 | |

Coefficient_m2 = | m2 | |

Coefficient_m3 = | m3 | |

Coefficient_m4 = | m4 | |

Coefficient_m5 = | m5 | |

Coefficient_m7 = | m7 | |

Coefficient_m8 = | m8 | |

Coefficient_m9 = | m9 | |

MinStrainLimit = | 0.5 | |

MaxStrainLimit = | 5.0 } |