STP1140

    Computerization and Networking of Materials Databases: Third Volume

    Barry TI, Reynard KW
    Published: 1992


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    Materials information is a commercial resource comparable with the finance, plant and the workforce, and it needs management to be used efficiently. The nomenclature and data required to characterize materials and their properties are complex, which makes the need for standards for the exchange and use of data particularly pressing.


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    The Needs of Users and Their Response to Materials Databanks

    Terminology Standards for Materials Databases

    Problems of Interpretation and Representation in the Computerization of a Printed Reference Work on Materials Data

    Quality and Reliability Issues in Materials Databases: ASTM Committee E 49.05

    Standards for the Representation of Thermodynamic Data for Inorganic Materials

    Progress with International Standards for the Acquisition and Presentation of Data on Plastics for Computerized Databases

    An ASCII File Format for Materials Properties Database Import and Export

    The Step Model of Materials Information

    Neutral Exchange Format for Materials Databanks, Based on Z 99-001 AFNOR Standard

    Online Access to Worldwide Sources of Materials Performance Data--1991 Update on the Materials Property Data Network (MPD Network)

    Materials Information and Conceptual Data Modeling

    The Integration of Materials Information into Engineering Design

    Experience of Designing a Relational Materials Database

    Expert Systems and Materials Property Databases

    Development of Diagnostic Expert System for Environmentally Assisted Cracking (EXENAC) and Importance Evaluation of Rules in Inference

    Issues in the Development of an Advanced Ceramic Materials Selector Expert System

    Probing the Boundaries of Knowledge-Based Systems

    Adhesive Selection by Means of the PAL Program

    A Database System for Atmospheric Corrosion

    Materials Selection for Mechanical Design

    A Component Modelling System to Aid Materials Selection in Engineering Design

    Data for the Stepwise Simulation of Heat Exchanger Performance

    The Further Development of Databanks in Germany

    Structure and Applications of the NASA Fracture Mechanics Database

    The FATDAC Code for Fatigue Database Analysis

    In-Service Structural Integrity Assessment Using Computerized Materials Models and Data

    Standards for Materials Databases - National and International Programmes - Do They Provide for Data Users Needs?

    Information Engineering: Adding Value to Data

    Using Materials Databases to Preserve Corporate Know-How

    Analysis and Evaluation of Data for Advanced Composite Materials

    Materials Selection: Object-Oriented Structures for Factoring Polymer Information

    Mateds - Materials Technology Education System. A System for Materials Science Education and Materials Selection

    Author Index

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    Committee: E49

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1140-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5200-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1437-1

    ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.

    0-8031-1437-0
    978-0-8031-1437-1
    STP1140-EB