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MaterialCenter Databanks present an extensive collection of electronic repositories of a diverse range of commercially available materials. These databanks are integrated into MaterialCenter and empower engineers to compare and analyse multiple options with reference sources from industry, facilitating efficient material selection for product design. The access to high-quality and globally sourced material data accelerates time-to-market and ensures a competitive edge in the dynamic landscape of product development.
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- Reduce transcription errors with electronic data transfer
- Increase accuracy of product design and simulation using certified material data records
MIL-HDBK-17 Composites Databank
The MIL-HDBK-17 Databank is based on MIL-HDBK-17F and is a collection of structural composite lamina and laminate materials. MIL-HDBK-17 was produced by the Air Force Materials Laboratory for the Department of Defense and the Federal Aviation Administration. This Databank is maintained by the CMH-17 organization and comprises of the following composite systems:
- Carbon/Cyanate Ester
- Alumina/SP AL
- Silicon Carbide/Titanium
- Carbon / Carbon / CVI SiC
- Oxide / Oxide
- SiC / BN / Mi SiC
- SiC / BN / Si3N4
- SiC fiber / BN-SiC / MI SiC
- SiC fiber / Carbon / SiC
The Fiber Databank is included free of charge with MaterialCenter and contains a subset of the MIL-HDBK-17 Databank.
NCAMP Composites Databank
The NCAMP Databank contains composite materials property data derived from the NCAMP program. NCAMP, the National Center for Advanced Materials Performance, works with the FAA and industry partners to qualify material systems and populate a shared materials database that can be viewed publicly.
MMPDS Metals Databank
MMPDS Databank is based on MMPDS (Metallic Materials Properties Development and Standardization) and contains the highest quality, comprehensive, electronic property data on metal alloy systems available. Battelle Memorial Institute maintains this databank, validates data entry, and renders new test data. MMPDS is comprised over 5,000 material records from 15 different material property databases.
- Design Mechanical and Physical Property tables from the source document,
- Most of the supporting data tables, and
- Figures that represent the results of numerous different property tests.
The information includes raw or reduced curve data for tests, such as:
- Tensile and compressive stress-strain (Ramberg-Osgood),
- Percent room temperature value versus temperature for various properties, like coefficient of thermal expansion, conductivity and specific heat.
The Demo Metals Databank is included free of charge with MaterialCenter and contains a subset of the MMPDS Databank.
JAHM Temperature-Curves Databank
The MPDB Temperature-Dependent Databank is based on the Windows software product of the same name, developed by JAHM Software, Inc. for use by engineers. This dynamic and rapidly growing databank provides 2,722 materials and 23,197 sets of temperature dependent data in graphical format, fully pedigreed.
Material coverage includes, but is not limited to:
- Carbon Compounds
- Chemical Elements
- Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals
- Optical Materials
- Semiconductor Materials.
Analysis-ready properties as functions of temperature including specific heat, elastic modulus, tensile yield strength, coefficient of thermal expansion, are available for these materials in this databank.
Machine Design's Materials Selector Databank
The MSC Materials Selector Databank Library is a collection of two Databanks derived from MACHINE DESIGN's Materials Selector, Penton Media, Inc., Cleveland, OH. The published version was originally compiled from data provided by various materials producers.
The MSC Materials Selector Databank contains over 2000 material records and sections of general information with properties and useful information in a number of categories:
- Available Forms, Designations, and Grades
- Chemical Resistance and Properties
- Corrosion Resistance
- Electrical Properties
- Fabrication and Processing Methods
- Mechanical Properties
- Physical Properties
- Thermal Properties and Treatments
The Materials Selector Databank is included free of charge with MaterialCenter.
Senvol Database™ Databank
The Senvol Database™ is the first and most comprehensive database of industrial additive manufacturing (AM) machines and materials. The database contains data on over 1,000 AM machines and over 3,000 compatible AM materials. Included AM materials span polymers, metals, composites, ceramics, sand, and wax.
- AM process
- Build envelope size
- Price range
- Compatible materials
AM material data includes information on:
- Material type (including similar materials)
- Material properties (including mechanical, thermal, and physical properties)
- Results for different machine modes
- Results for different post-processing conditions
- Compatible machines