Computerization and Networking of Materials Databases: Second volume, Volume 2

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ASTM International, 1991 - Computers - 276 pages
About two dozen peer-reviewed papers from a symposium in Orlando, Florida, November-December 1989, focus on the international aspect of the effort to integrate and harmonize computer databases of materials. They give much attention to standardization, guidelines for people just starting, and applica
 

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Contents

The Benefits and Economics Consequences of Materials Property Databases
17
Development and Coordination of Materials Data Banks in France
26
Discussion
36
Discussion
43
Their Problems and Possible Solutions
57
Discussion
69
The Role of Metadata in the Design and Operation of a Materials Database
84
Increasing Data System Responsiveness to EndUser Expectations
103
Data Sources of Mechanical and Physical Properties of Engineering Materials
142
The Development of a Computerized Materials Properties Database Management
161
Computerization of Composite Materials Data and Metadata
168
Format and Application Issues
180
Fatigue Data Pooling and Probabilistic Designm t yu f j
197
HIGHTEMPA Database for Mechanical Properties at Elevated
214
A Basis for Materials Selection
230
A Computerized Database on Coatings and High Temperature Corrosion
251

Discussion
112
SARGENT 1 14
131
Approaches for Large Databases
132
Materials Property Database Requirements for GasFueled Ceramic Heat
259
Discussion
267
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