Featured Product: ASMD
The Aerospace Structural Metals Database (ASMD) contains more than 91,800 data curves on materials properties data on over 257 alloys used in the aerospace, power generation, defense, research, and academic sectors. It has the same interactive features as the TPMD and MPMD. It is updated and expanded continually with carefully selected alloys.
September 2022 - ASMD/AHAD: In September 2022, a new chapter was added to the AHAD/ASMD on CMSX-2 and CMSX-3, two of the 1st generation single crystal superalloys developed by Cannon Muskegon. The difference between the two alloys is the inclusion of 0.1% Hf in the CMSX-3. In general these were the best non-Re containing alloys before MC2 was developed. Their low sulfur content improves adhesion of corrosion or oxidation coatings. They are particularly useful in industrial gas turbines where they are used in the hottest section of the gas turbine for rotating turbine blades, and stationary valves and nozzles. This update includes 95 data sets and 381 data curves for 31 properties of the alloys.
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What we do:CINDAS LLC provides critically evaluated materials properties databases for thermal, mechanical, electrical, physical and other properties of various materials including aerospace alloys. We provide web-based applications for searching and comparing continually updated data. There are about 5,000 materials and over 50,000 data curves in the Thermophysical Properties of Matter Database (TPMD), over 1,025 materials, and over 22,000 data curves in the Microelectronics Packaging Materials Database (MPMD) and about 91,800 data curves on 257 metal alloys in the Aerospace Structural Metals Database (ASMD). The Aerospace and High Performance Alloys Database (AHAD) contains materials properties data on 298 alloys with over 97,100 curves and 18,900 total pages. The High Performance Alloys Database (HPAD) contains 46,900 curves on 137 alloys. In May 2021 CINDAS LLC introduced its newest database, the Cryogenic and Low Temperatures Database (CLTD). It offers material characteristics in the cryogenic and low temperature ranges. The CLTD consists of thermophysical, mechanical, electrical and other properties of over 2,000 materials, mostly in the temperature ranges of 0 K to 273 K. Initial data is from both NIST data resources as well as CINDAS data. Please try our free product demos of the web-based applications for the AHAD, ASMD, CLTD, HPAD, MPMD, and TPMD.
Web-based database graphing functions include:
- Advanced material name or property based searching
- Interactive graphing capability
- Zoom feature allows more detailed viewing
- Coordinates highlighted when hovering over data points
- Unit conversion and logarithmic graphing
- Export graphs to JPG, PNG or PDF
- Full text descriptions of data