Abbreviation on material properties help -- what is h_ET, h_h, vP, V epspkt?

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material A:
E-modul:2000
yield stress:50MPa
h_ET:99
h_h:200
vP:20
V epspkt:0.99
parameter used for material characteristic curve n building of material model - (linear elastic, elastic plastic and viscoplastic model)
can someone explain to me what is h_ET, h_h, vP, V epspkt?
 
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mjc123

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From the look of "epspkt" this is probably not in English. Can you provide units where there are any, e.g. is "E-modul" 2000 MPa? Is h the letter h or the Greek eta (η), a common symbol for viscosity? Is v the letter v or the Greek nu (ν), a symbol for (among other things) Poisson's ratio?
 

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