STP Published: 1995

Computerization and Networking of Materials Databases: Fourth Volume

Editor(s): Charles P. Sturrock, Edwin F. Begley

Compiles information from the world's leading experts on how best to meet the needs of designers, consumers and marketers of materials data.

18 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers from an international body of materials data professionals are divided into the following key areas:

Concurrent Engineering, Organization and Process of Materials Data -- Topics include the benefits of fitting materials property data to models; integrating test methodology, material database and material deselection strategies; and successful examples of integrating materials data into the design process.

Database and Expert System Applications: Specific Materials -- The unique properties of different alloys and a database of same are explored; as well as composite material property modeling for analysis and design; and new expert system development efforts.

Strategic Use of Existing Materials Data -- Subjects include successful materials data packaging and delivery systems; multiple uses of and object-oriented database system; and materials database use in computerized life assessment.

Materials Data Applications of Emerging Information Technologies -- The technology of artificial neural networks; actual case studies of seven methods of material data analysis and property prediction; and six major information technologies are examined.

Table of Contents

CP Sturrock, EF Begley

S Nishijima

TM King, HH Over, GA Webster

WJ Shuely

JE Lee, RP Jewett, DR Moore, AR Murphy, RM Horn, ME Funkhouser

TE Mack, TJ Whitney, TE Kipp, MG Gran

W Tang, R Sandström

W Uddin

LK Spainhour, WJ Rasdorf, JM Alberts

RG Munro

PR Roberge

HC Arents, VT Thuy, MJS Vancoille, WFL Bogaerts

KS Agema

FJ Smith, MV Krishnamurthy, SR Tripathy, P Sage

CE Jaske

HMG Smets, WFL Bogaerts

Z Xia, S Lai, Z Hu, Y Lu

J Zhou, Q Xie, J Feng, S Li, Z Xu, L Chen, Z Gui

EF Begley, CP Sturrock

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Pages: 292
DOI: 10.1520/STP1257-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5312-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2026-6