Computerization and Networking of Materials Databases: Second Volume

    Kaufman JG, Glazman JS
    Published: 1991

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    21 papers focus on the international nature of this effort; the process being made in standardization and the definition of guidelines to aid newcomers to the activity; and the application of such databases to different aspects of the materials business.

    Table of Contents

    Kaufman J.

    Materials and Substance Data Banks in COMECON Countries and in the USSR
    Kozlov A.

    The Benefits and Economic Consequences of Materials Property Databases
    Barrett A.

    Development and Coordination of Materials Data Banks in France
    Marx B.

    Cooperation—A Good Chance for Industry in Setting Up Materials Data Banks
    Brandstätter A.

    ALUSELECT—Engineering Property Data for Aluminium Alloys
    Moosavi E., Sandström R., Schönholzer P.

    Materials Designation Systems: Their Problems and Possible Solutions
    Reynard K.

    Standards for Materials Databases: ASTM Committee E49
    Rumble J.

    The Role of Metadata in the Design and Operation of a Materials Database
    Grattidge W., Westbrook J.

    Increasing Data System Responsiveness to End-User Expectations
    Kaufman J.

    Use of Abstraction in Creating Data Dictionaries for Materials Data Banks
    Sargent P.

    Access Paths for Materials Databases: Approaches for Large Databases and Systems
    Rumble J.

    Data Sources of Mechanical and Physical Properties of Engineering Materials
    Grattidge W., Wawrousek H., Westbrook J.

    The Development of a Computerized Materials Properties Database Management System
    Cverna F., Gall T., Heller M.

    Computerization of Composite Materials Data and Metadata
    Kipp T., Meyer K., Stanton E.

    A Numeric Database for Tribology: Format and Application Issues
    Jahanmir S., Ruff A., Rumble J.

    Fatigue Data Pooling and Probabilistic Design
    Irving P., Lu F., Topper T., Yu M.

    HIGHTEMP—A Database for Mechanical Properties at Elevated Temperatures
    Ivarsson B., Lindblom J., Sandström R.

    Design Requirements-Materials Properties: A Basis for Materials Selection
    Bengtson U., Karlsson B., Parsmo D.

    A Computerized Database on Coatings and High Temperature Corrosion
    Streiff R.

    Materials Property Database Requirements for Gas-Fueled Ceramic Heat Exchangers
    Begley E., Munro R.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E49

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1106-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5166-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1411-1

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