Computerization and Networking of Materials Data Bases

    Glazman JS, Rumble JR
    Published: 1989

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    General information on national and international projects to integrate and harmonize data systems. Specific databases discussed on engineering plastics, composites, corrosion, welding information, ceramics, and tribology.

    Table of Contents

    Glazman J., Rumble J.

    Standards for Computerized Material Property Data—ASTM Committee E-49
    Kaufman J.

    Designation, Identification, and Characterization of Metals and Alloys
    Westbrook J.

    VAMAS Activities on Materials Data Banks
    Reynard K.

    The National Materials Property Data Network, Inc.—A Cooperative National Approach to Reliable Performance Data
    Kaufman J.

    European Activities Towards the Integration and Harmonization of Materials Data Systems
    Kröckel H., Steven G.

    Materials Data Activities in China
    Fan S., Lu Y.

    Japanese Progress in Materials Data Bases
    Kanao M., Monma Y., Nishijima S.

    Use of Materials Data Bases in France
    Bathias C., Marx B.

    CODATA Activities on Materials Data
    Barrett A.

    Uniform Treatment of Integrated CAD/CAM Data and Metadata
    Alashqur A., Su S.

    Distributed Data Bases on the Factory Floor
    Barkmeyer E., Furlani C., Libes D., Mitchell M.

    Information Systems Design for Material Properties Data
    McCarthy J.

    Capture of Published Materials Data
    Grattidge W.

    Expert Systems Interfaces for Materials Data Bases
    Iwata S.

    An Interactive Inquiry System for Materials Data Bases Using Natural Clustering
    Falco P., Johnson P., Pilgrim R.

    Data Base R&D for Unified Life Cycle Engineering
    Burte H., Harmsworth C.

    Computerized Materials Data in Aerospace Applications
    Coyle T., Little C.

    The Business of Materials Data Banks
    Martini-Vvedensky J.

    Socioeconomic Barriers in Computerizing Materials Data
    Rumble J.

    Engineering Plastics via the Dow MEC Data Base
    Petrisko L.

    RUST: A Coupon Corrosion Test Data Base for Metals and Nonmetals
    Moniz B., Wool T.

    Generation and Use of Composite Material Data Bases
    Ranger K.

    Designation and Characterization of Composite Materials
    Lees J., Michaud R., Roberts B.

    Building Blocks for an On-Line Materials Data Base
    Ho C., Li H.

    Consideration of a Preliminary Data Base for MIL-HDBK-17B
    Newton C.

    PC-Access to Ceramic Phase Diagrams
    Dennis J., Schenck P.

    Creating a Materials Data Base Builder and Producing Publications for Ceramic Phase Diagrams
    Messina C., Ondik H.

    Corrosion Data for Materials Performance Characterization
    Anderson D., Laverty G.

    Development of Data Bases for the ASM/NBS Data Program for Alloy Phase Diagrams
    Baker H., Kacprzak L., Scott W.

    Welding Information Systems
    Jones J., Vanderveldt H.

    ACTIS: Towards a Comprehensive Tribology Data Base
    Hsu S., Jahanmir S., Munro R.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E49

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1017-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5078-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1191-2

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