February 2019 - MPMD - New data on 32 materials added to MPMDThe data is in the following four groups: Ceramics, Laminates/Composites, Metal Alloys/Semiconductors and Optical/Sensor Materials. The 32 new materials include Tellurene, Ti-6Al-4V, 301 austenitic stainless steel, zinc sulfide, zinc selenide and silica/phenolics. There are 65 properties in twelve property groups (thermophysical, thermoradiative, mechanical, electrical and optical, etc.). Some of the 65 properties are Specific Heat Capacity, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Expansion, Thermal Diffusivity, Spectral Emissivity/Emittance, Spectral Transmittance, Young’s Modulus, Shear Modulus, Poison’s Ratio, Tensile Strength, Bearing Strength, Compressive Strength, Shear Strength, Flexural Strength, Creep Strain, Fracture Toughness, Electrical Resistivity, and Refractive Index.
February 2019 - TPMD - 22 new materials added to TPMDData on 22 new materials in six material groups has been added to the TPMD. The data consists of 13 new properties including Thermal Linear Expansion, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Diffusivity, Specific Heat Capacity, Density, Spectral Emittance, Spectral Transmittance as well as six others. The new materials include Tellurene, Ti-6Al-4V, Titanium Aluminide Carbide, Zinc Sulfide and Zinc Selenide. The data is found in the groups: Alloys: Titanium, Cermets, Composites, Mixtures: Sulfides and their Mixtures, Selenides and Tellurides and Semiconductors and Optical/Sensor Materials.
January 2019 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - Complete revision and update on Inconel 600 in ASMD/AHAD; this is a new chapter in HPADComplete revision and update to ASMD and AHAD chapter on Inconel 600. This chapter is a new addition to the HPAD. Inconel alloy 600 is a non-age-hardened nickel-chromium alloy that is widely used because of its excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance. Inconel 600 is used extensively in the chemical industry and in nuclear power applications for various components as well as in the aerospace industry for exhaust liners, turbine seals and other components that require good oxidation resistance.
October 2018 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on 9Cr-1Mo added to ASMD, HPAD and AHAD9Cr-1Mo is primarily used in applications where creep and corrosion resistance are needed. The chapter covers three grades of the alloy: Grade 9 (initial grade), Grade 91 (added Nb and V to improve creep resistance), and Grade 911 (added Nb, V, and W). It is used in nuclear applications and in the refining industry for high pressure and temperature piping, vessels, fittings, and turbines.
October 2018 - HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on Hastelloy G-35 added to HPAD and AHADG-35 alloy is a solid-solution strengthened, corrosion-resistant nickel-base alloy that was developed for the chemical industry, particularly in acid and chloride environments. The alloy is much less susceptible to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking than stainless steels and nickel-chromium-iron alloys traditionally used in these applications.
May 2018 - ASMD/AHAD - Major Update to Ti 38-6- 44 (Beta C) added to ASMD and AHADBeta C Titanium is a widely used alloy that has a high strength to weight ratio and can be heat treated to yield strength levels higher than Ti-6Al- 4V. The original chapter on Beta C in the ASMD was written and published in 1975; this new revised chapter incorporated all the significant new work done on the alloy since that time. Applications for the alloy include aircraft landing gear components, springs for aircraft and high-performance vehicles, naval ship components, space vehicle structures, missile components, and casing equipment for gas and oil well operations.
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January 2018 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - Inconel 783 added to ASMD, HPAD and AHADInconel 783 has been added to the ASMD, HPAD and AHAD. This is a superalloy widely used in aircraft gas turbines, steam turbines and marine turbine engines, as well as turbochargers, exhaust valves and other components of reciprocating engines.
October 2017 - New Academic Accounts Representative - CINDAS Announces New Academic Accounts RepresentativeCINDAS LLC is pleased to announce the appointment of Helen Josephine as Academic Accounts Representative. Helen will be responsible for representing the CINDAS products to University Libraries in the United States and will work with the CINDAS team in West Lafayette, Indiana, to develop additional support tools and products to help facilitate the use of CINDAS databases in university classrooms and research labs. View the press release.
September 2017 - ASMD/AHAD - Ferium M54 added to ASMD and AHADFerrium M54 is a secondary hardening, ultra-high strength martensitic steel that exhibits high toughness, high resistance to stress corrosion cracking, and very high strength with an ultimate of over 285 ksi. This alloy was originally designed for the US Navy as a lower cost alternative to incumbent steels such as AerMet 100. It was designed for applications such as landing gear components, arrestment gear, drive shafts, blast resistant or impact containment devices, armor, structural components and anywhere that AerMet 100 can be used but is prohibitively expensive.
June 2017 - HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on F6NM added to HPAD and AHADF6NM and CA6NM (cast version) are super martensitic stainless steels that have moderate corrosion performance, good strength, good toughness and much better weldability than most martensitic grades of stainless steel. The oil and gas industry is the largest consumer of this grade of steel; although it is also widely used in the Marine, Agricultural, Fertilizer, Power, Coal and Mining Industries and Civil Engineering and Architectural applications.
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June 2017 - HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on Zirconium 700 series alloys added to HPAD and AHADThis chapter covers the wrought grades (700, 702, 704, 705, 706) as well as the cast grades (702C and 705C). It is widely used in the nuclear industry as cladding for uranium fuel and reactor core components. It has also seen increasing usage in the chemical processing industry for reaction columns, heat exchangers, pumps and other components that are used in severely corrosive environments.
June 2017 - HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on Inconel 690 added to HPAD and AHADAlloy 690 is a high Cr, austenitic, solid solution nickel-based alloy which has excellent corrosion resistance in high temperatures atmospheres and aqueous environments. It’s composition has been optimized in relation to Alloy 600 in order to improve stress corrosion cracking resistance. It is especially used in the nuclear power industry for baffles, tubes, sheets, hardware, and steam generator transfer tubes.
June 2017 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on 430 Ferritic Stainless Steel added to ASMD, HPAD and AHADThis low carbon, nickel free ferritic stainless steel is one of the most widely used of the non-hardenable, straight chromium stainless steels. It has good corrosion resistance and stress corrosion resistance, including high resistance to nitric acid, sulfur gases, and various organic and food acids. The Powder Metal grade, 430L, is widely used for structural and metal injection molded components, and additive manufacturing.
January 2017 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - Complete Revision to ASMD chapter on Alloy L-605A complete, comprehensive revision has replaced the old chapter on L-605 in the ASMD and the AHAD. This alloy is a cobalt base superalloy that, because of its properties, finds wide use in applications ranging from aerospace to gas turbine engine components and ball bearings and races. See more information
January 2017 - HPAD/AHAD - New chapter on 904L Austenitic Stainless Steel added904L is a non-magnetic superaustenitic stainless steel that offers excellent formability, toughness, and weldability. It exhibits excellent resistance to seawater and chloride attack, high resistance to stress corrosion cracking and provides full resistance to corrosion from sulfuric acid across the full range of concentrations. It is extensively used for chemical processing, oil refinery, and pharmaceutical industry components as well as seawater cooling devices.
January 2017 - HPAD/AHAD - New Chapter on Alloy 825 addedAlloy 825 is a nickel base high iron – chromium alloy with exceptional resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, and very good stress corrosion cracking and intergranular corrosion resistance. It has been used successfully in a variety of applications in the chemical process and oil and gas industries, and in sea water applications. Typical components include vessels, boilers, heat exchangers and evaporators.
October 2016 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - Al 2099, Duplex Stainless Steels 2507 and Zeron 100, Custom 465, Al 29-4CMajor updates to ASMD, HPAD, and AHAD including Al 2099, Duplex Stainless Steels 2507 and Zeron 100, Custom 465, Al 29-4C. See more information
October 2016 - ASMD/HPAD/AHAD - Al 2099, Duplex Stainless Steels 2507 and Zeron 100, Custom 465, Al 29-4C
ASMD and AHAD
- Al 2099 is a 3rd generation aluminum-lithium alloy developed by Alcoa for aerospace applications. It offers the desirable combination of low density, high strength, high modulus, moderate fracture toughness, excellent corrosion resistance and improved end-user fabrication. This heat treatable wrought aluminum alloy’s foremost benefit is its lower density, increased modulus with improved mechanical properties compared to currently used alloys.
- Duplex Stainless Steels 2507 and Zeron 100 possess a two-phase microstructure of austenite and ferrite which combines the beneficial properties of ferritic and austenitic stainless steels. Both are considered superduplex stainless steels with applications in off-shore oil platforms. Zeron 100’s main application is for pumps and piping, particularly in sour wells. Superduplex 2507 is used for seawater handling and deep sea umbilicals because of its high resistance to pitting, crevice and stress crack corrosion. The very high mechanical strength of the alloys provides the opportunity for weight reduction over austenitic stainless steels and nickel base alloys.
- Custom 465 is a precipitation hardening stainless steel—iron-nickel-chromium alloy containing titanium, and molybdenum. It has both high strength and high corrosion resistance. Typical applications of this alloy in the oil and gas industries include housings, mud motors, and directional drilling tools where the high strength and corrosion resistance in the uncoated condition are key advantages.
- AL 29-4C is a ferritic stainless steel which provides localized corrosion resistance in condenser tubing used in seawater cooled power steam condensers. The corrosion resistance of this iron-base alloy is derived from the use of 29% chromium and 4% molybdenum as principle alloying elements. It is a prime replacement for copper containing alloys where pitting is a major concern as well as for titanium which is more expensive with limited availability.
August 2016 - HPAD/AHAD - New Alloys added to HPAD and AHAD
- 20Mo-6 Stainless Steel 20Mo-6 is a high nickel fully austenitic stainless steel with exceptional resistance to general corrosion and stress corrosion cracking in sulfuric acid environments. It competes with other stainless alloys such as 904L, AL-6X, and Hastelloy G. Typical applications include mixing tanks, heat exchangers, process piping, pumps, valves, fittings and fasteners.
August 2016 - HPAD/AHAD - New Alloys added to HPAD and AHAD
- Incoloy 28 Alloy 28 is a fully austenitic stainless steel that exhibits good resistance to general corrosion in strong acids. It has very good resistance to stress corrosion cracking, intergranular corrosion, and pitting and crevice corrosion. Incoloy 28 has been successfully used in a variety of applications in the chemical processing and oil and gas industries as well as in sea water applications.
- Hastelloy C-276 Hastelloy C-276 is a Ni-Cr- Mo alloy that is considered to be a versatile corrosion resistant alloy. The alloy has excellent resistance to a wide variety of chemical process environments, including strong oxidizers such as ferric and cupric chlorides, hot contaminated media, chlorine, formic and acetic acids, acetic anhydride, and seawater and brine solutions. It has improved fabrication characteristics since it does not need to be solution heat treated after welding.
- Lean Duplex Family of Stainless Steels (LDSS) LDSS are lower cost alternatives to austenitic stainless steels such as SS304. This new chapter includes alloys LDX 2101, ATI 2102, Nitronic 19D, SAF 2304, URANUS 2202, ATI 2003, and LDX 2404. The high mechanical strength of these lean grades offer weight reduction opportunities compared to the common austenitic grades.
May 2016 - ASMD/AHAD/HPAD - Complete Revision of 304 Stainless SteelA complete, comprehensive revision has replaced the previous chapter on 304 Stainless Steel in the ASMD. This new chapter has also been added to the HPAD and AHAD. The alloy, commonly referred to as 18-8 Stainless Steel, is one of the most widely used alloys of the austenitic stainless steel family. The new chapter covers eight wrought grades and four cast grades of this alloy.
March 2016 - MPMD - Seven new materials added.The Microelectronics Packaging Materials Database (MPMD) has been updated. This update adds 7 new materials consisting of 37 different mechanical, thermophysical and electrical properties for various cermets (Titanium Silicocarbide, Titanium Aluminide Carbide), composites (CIL Composite, situ Composite, Metal matrix composite) and metal alloy (Al+Li Alloy).
February 2016 - TPMD - New Materials Added and Data Added to Several Existing MaterialsSeventy-six new materials have been added and additional data has been added to 5 existing materials. The newly added materials consist of several aluminum and titanium alloys, several cermets, numerous silicone oils and liquids and polymers as well as semiconductor and optical/sensor materials.
January 2016 - HPAD - Additional alloys added
- 347 and 348 Stainless Steel Type 347 Stainless Steel is a stabilized austenitic stainless steel which can be hardened by cold work but not by heat treatment. The alloy is resistant to sensitization and has slightly better corrosion resistance than Type 321. It is used primarily for applications requiring long- time exposures to temperatures from 800 to 1500F. When the tantalum addition is restricted to a maximum of 0.10 percent, the alloy designation becomes Type 348. This grade was designed for nuclear applications in order to avoid the active long-life isotopes produced by irradiation of tantalum.
- 420 Stainless Steel Type 420 stainless steel is a medium-carbon version of the family of martensitic stainless steels. Type 420 has high strength and wear resistance. Type 420 has long been used for cutlery, gears, valve and pump parts, surgical instruments, dies, and aerospace applications up to about 900F.
January 2016 - HPAD and AHAD - New alloys added
- 20Cb-3 Stainless Steel 20Cb-3 alloy is a high nickel fully austenitic stainless alloy with exceptional resistance to general corrosion and stress corrosion cracking in sulfuric acid environments. It is widely used in the chemical processing and food processing industries. Typical applications include process piping, tanks, pressure vessels, valves, fasteners as well as other uses in corrosive environments.
- Haynes HR-160 Nickel Alloy Haynes HR-160 alloy is an austenitic, solid-solution strengthened Ni-Co-Cr-Si alloy with outstanding resistance to various forms of high temperature corrosion attack. The alloy is especially suited for applications in high temperature corrosive environments. It is widely used in recuperators, heat exchangers, waste heat recovery systems and other applications.
- 654 SMO Stainless Steel 654 SMO is an austenitic stainless steel that approaches the performance of some of the highly corrosion resistant Ni-base alloys at a significantly lower cost. This alloys is used in many applications involving desalination, scrubbers and heat, exchangers, and nuclear power plant condenser tubing.
September 2015 - HPAD and AHAD - Four Alloys Added
- Hastelloy C-22HS: An age-hardenable, corrosion resistant, nickel-base alloy that has nearly double the strength of a solid solution strengthened alloy while still maintaining a high level of ductility in the aged condition. The alloy has high uniform corrosion resistance in both oxidizing and reducing environments as well as high resistance to chloride induced pitting and crevice corrosion attack. These properties make it an excellent candidate for many applications in the oil, gas, and chemical processing industries.
- Stainless Steel 22Cr-13Ni-Mn: An austenitic, nitrogen strengthened stainless steel with very good corrosion resistance in combination with high strength. It has better corrosion resistance than Type 316 and twice the yield strength. The alloy is used for medical needles, implants, petrochemical equipment and equipment for the chemical processing industry.
- Duplex Stainless Steel 2205: This alloy is the most widely used grade of duplex stainless steel. The corrosion resistance lies between austenitic and super austenitic stainless steels. The alloys is used in many diverse industries; i.e. oil and gas, chemical process industry, marine, power generation, food industry and others.
- Hastelloy B-3: An additional member of the nickel-molybdenum family of alloys with excellent resistance to hydrochloric acid at all concentrations and temperatures. It also withstands sulfuric, acetic, formic, phosphoric acids, other non-oxidizing media, and, provides excellent resistance to pitting corrosion and stress corrosion cracking. ids superior thermal stability makes it a suitable substitute for B-2 alloy in applications such as the production of chemicals and high octane gasoline.
September 2015 - ASMD and AHAD - New alloys added, Al2624 and Al2026Aluminum 2624 & 2026: Al 2624 & Al2026 are newer Al-Cu-Mg-Mn alloys which offer improved damage tolerant properties and similar or improved tensile strength to existing incumbent alloys. Al 2624 is used in wing skin applications in large and very large commercial aircraft. Al2026 can be used for the replacement of existing Al2024 extrusion applications.
July 2015 - MPMD - 59 New Materials AddedData on 59 new materials consisting of 98 different physical, mechanical, and electrical properties for various ceramics, composites, and semiconductor/optical materials have been added.
June 2015 - ASMD and AHAD - Major Update to SS 303SS303/303Se: A new updated and revised chapter has replaced the previous chapter in the ASMD.
June 2015 - HPAD and AHAD - Four Alloys Added
- Alloy 80AAlloy 80A is a wrought, age-hardenable nickel-base alloy strengthened by the addition of aluminum and titanium. Alloy 80A can be readily forged, formed and welded. It was developed for service up to 1500°F and exhibits oxidation resistance up to 1000°F. Initially used for turbine blades, the alloy has found use in many other applications such as; mechanical joining of high temperature parts, exhaust valves and manifolds, springs for fuel elements and nuclear applications.
- Hastelloy XHastelloy X is a nickel-base solid solution strengthened superalloy. It has good oxidation properties and moderate strength properties up to 1600°F. The alloy has excellent welding and brazing characteristics and can be cold and hot formed satisfactorily. Typical applications are gas turbine engine combustors, bolts, afterburner components, and structural components in the combustion and turbine sections. Due to its resistance to oxidizing, reducing, carburizing and nitriding atmospheres, it is also used for industrial furnace applications and also in applications in the petrochemical industry (retorts, catalyst support grids, baffles, tubing and dryers).
- Alloy 625 PlusAlloy 625 Plus is a precipitation-hardenable, nickel-base alloy that provides high strength levels while maintaining corrosion resistance similar to Alloy 625 and superior to Alloy 718. The alloy is suitable for applications where severe corrosion environments are a concern, as in marine, deep sour-gas gas wells and a variety of refinery and chemical process industry applications.
- SS303/303SeSS303/303Se are nonmagnetic, wrought, austenitic type 18Cr-8Ni stainless steels with S added to 303 and Se added to 303Se to improve machinability and friction and wear properties. The 303 and 303Se grades have good corrosion resistance in most media as well as excellent oxidation resistance and good creep properties at elevated temperatures and at cryogenic temperatures as well.
- NoteSince the AHAD is a combination of the ASMD and HPAD, the updates listed above also apply to the AHAD.
February 2015 - HPAD - HPAD Now AvailableThe High Performance Alloys Database (HPAD) is now available from CINDAS LLC. We began taking orders on 1 February 2015. It currently contains 85 chapters on high performance alloys used in the oil/gas, chemical processing, power generation and transportation industries. Approximately 15-18 chapters will be added in 2015, with the database scheduled to be complete in 2016, at which time it will be regularly updated and expanded continually with carefully selected alloys. The alloys chosen for inclusion in the database were those of particular interest to the researchers in those industries and the chapters include detailed data on corrosion testing and joining. The web-based HPAD has the same interactive features as the ASMD, TPMD and MPMD.
January 2015 - ASMD - Major Update to Chapter on Hastelloy XWe have replaced the old chapter on Hastelloy X with a completely revised chapter containing newer fatigue data. Hastelloy X is a nickel-base solid solution strengthened superalloy. It has good oxidation properties and moderate strength properties up to 1600F. The alloy has excellent welding and brazing characteristics and can cold and hot form satisfactorily. Typical applications are gas turbine engine combustors, bolts, afterburner components, structural components in the combustion and turbine sections. Due to its resistance to oxidizing, reducing, carburizing and nitriding atmospheres, it is also used for industrial furnace applications and also application in the petrochemical industry (retorts, catalyst support grids, baffles, tubing and dryers).
January 2015 - ASMD - Major revision to Cast Al 355.0, A355.0 and C355.0; replaces old chapterCast Al 355, and its sister alloys A355 and C355 are hypoeutectic heat treatable aluminum alloys. They are among the higher strength cast aluminum alloys and exhibit excellent castability having high ratings for fluidity, pressure tightness, resistance to hot cracking and solidification shrinkage characteristics. Typical uses are valve bodies, aircraft crankcases, water jackets and housings, bearing supports, impellers for superchargers, and major engine components.
September 2014 - ASMD - Alloy Added to ASMD - Al 7085Al 7085 is a wrought heat treatable alloy developed by Alcoa in response to stringent property requirements for aviation structural components as in the frames and bulkheads of the Airbus 380 and the bulkhead and wing box parts in the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The chapter on the new alloy contains185 data sets and 726 curves covering 32 different properties.
May 2014 - ASMD - Major Update to Inconel 706A major update has been completed on Inconel 706, a nickel-iron-chromium precipitation hardenable alloy widely used for aerospace and land-based turbine components. The update to the previous chapter adds a substantial amount of new data covering 28 properties.
March 2014 - ASMD - Major Update - Aluminum 7075 AlloyA major update has been completed to Al 7075. This alloy is a high strength, precipitation hardened alloy and is the most widely used 7000 series aluminum alloy. The revised chapter also has an enhanced section on corrosion and also contains data on Clad Al 7075 for cladding with Al 7072 and Al 7008 cladding.
October, 2013 - ASMD - New Alloy Added - ATI 718 PlusATI 718 Plus is a relatively new, nickel-base, gamma prime strengthened, superalloy that possesses a desirable combination of excellent high temperature tensile and creep strength in conjunction with good hot workability and moderate cost. The alloy has a nominal 100 F operating temperature advantage over conventional 718 alloy and has significantly better high temperature strength, wear properties and weldability than Waspaloy. Applications can range from turbine and compressor components to extrusion tooling and rocket and nuclear components.
July, 2013 - ETP - Encyclopedia of Thermal PackagingCINDAS clients who utilize the MPMD may find the Encyclopedia of Thermal Packaging (ETP) useful. The ETP will utilize data from the MPMD to populate the formulas within this new encyclopedia. See the link on our Products page under the MPMD section.
May 2013 - ASMD - New Alloy Added - Haynes 242Haynes 242 alloy is an age hardenable, nickel base alloy that derives its strength through a long-range ordering reaction. Its strength is about double that of solid-solution strengthened alloys; and, it retains its strength at temperatures up to 1300F exhibiting excellent resistance to low cycle fatigue and thermal stability. The alloy also provides sufficient oxidation resistance to temperatures as high as 1500F and has excellent resistance to fluorine and fluoride environments.
May 2013 - TPMD - 113 New Materials AddedOne hundred thirteen new materials consisting of La2Mo2O9BaNd2Ti3O10 and other thermal barrier coatings; tungsten selenide and other intermetallics; numerous other polymers (epoxies, silicones, rubbers); various types of composites (e.g. PPP laminates); and glasses. This addition adds 81 new datasets and 153 new data curves related to 16 properties and 10 independent variables to the TPMD.
January 2013 - ASMD - Al 2219 and Alclad 2219We have replaced the old chapter on Al 2219 with a new, completely revised chapter that includes all the changes and advances related to this alloy that have occurred since the original chapter was written. Aluminum 2219 is especially noted for high temperature applications and commonly used for structures in high temperature environments and for high strength weldments.
December 2012 - Graphing Enhancements - New Graphing FeatureA logarithmic graphic option has been added to the graphing package which allows users to select a logarithmic scale when property values range over several orders of magnitude. This feature will be particularly useful for fatigue data.
September 2012 - ASMD - New Alloy Added - Al 5059Aluminum 5059 is a high magnesium Al-Mg alloy that gains strength by strain hardening. Al 5059 is a relatively new alloy that was designed to have high strength, corrosion resistance, high ductility and toughness at room and cryogenic temperatures; and, be an improvement over other high Mg alloys such as 5083, 5383, and 5456. A wide range of surface treatments can be used on components made from Al 5059.
July 2012 - MPMD - 29 new materials are addedincludes Epon 828, LDH/EPON Resin 828 nano composites, Ceramic Aluminum Oxynitride AlON, Al(23)O(27)N(5), Zn(3)Ga(2)Ge(2)O(10): 0.5%Cr^3+ doped, and 23 Composites Materials (such as Hercules AS/Hercules 3501,Courtaulds HTS-II/Ciba-Geigy Fibredux 914C,Type I Graphite(high modulus)/Ciba-Geigy MY750 etc. Total 330 dataset/ 1082 data curves are involved in 64 mechnical, thermophysical, electrical and other properties and 17 indepedent variables.
June 2012 - TPMD - 78 Materials AddedSeventy-eight new materials were added to the TPMD, including Epon 828, LDH/EPON Resin 828 nano composites, Ceramic Aluminum Oxynitride AlON, zinc gallogermanates, and many liquid materials (Mineral and Silicone Oils, Fluorocarbons and Hydrocarbons and other insulating materials). This addition adds 271 new datasets and 405 new data curves to the TPMD.
June 2012 - MPMD - 32 Materials Added32 New materials are added: Includes Epon 828, LDH/EPON Resin 828 nano composites, Ceramic Aluminum Oxynitride AlON, Al(23)O(27)N(5), Zn(3)Ga(2)Ge(2)O(10): 0.5%Cr^3+ doped, and 23 Other Composites Materials (such as Hercules AS/Hercules 3501,Courtaulds HTS-II/Ciba-Geigy Fibredux 914C,Type I Graphite(high modulus)/Ciba-Geigy MY750 etc. Total 330 dataset/ 1082 data curves are involved in 64 mechanical, thermophysical, electrical and other properties and 17 independent variables.
May 2012 - ASMD - Major Update to Haynes 188A major update was made to Haynes 188 to reflect changes that have occurred in primary processing and provide updates to material property data for this alloy. Haynes 188 is one of the most widely used cobalt-base sheet alloys in the aircraft engine field.
January 2012 - ASMD - New Alloy Added - Al 2519Al 2519 is a Al-Cu base composition with reduced levels of Fe and Si and additions of dispersoid forming elements, Mn, V, and Zr, to raise fracture toughness. Primary applications are in ballistic armor plate for military and aerospace applications, a replacement for Al 2219 in elevated temperature environments, and cryogenic tanks and other applications.
October 2011 - ASMD - Major Update to IN-100A major update has been completed on IN-100, a Nickel Base precipitation hardening alloy. The update adds the newest information on thermal processing, mechanical processing, and properties; particularly on powdered metal advances that have taken place since the original chapter was written in 1978.
August 2011 - MPMD - 56 New Materials AddedFifty-six new materials consisting of semiconductor, polymer, composite, and ceramic materials have been added to the Microelectronic Packaging Materials Database (MPMD). In all 80 different mechanical, thermophysical, thermoradiative and electrical properties have been added related to these materials. This addition adds 418 new data sets and 730 new data curves to the MPMD. This update also includes data on new Graphene and Supramolecular polymers.
May 2011 - ASMD - New Alloy Added - Haynes 263Haynes 263 is an age-hardenable, nickel base alloy developed to be readily fabricated and welded in sheet form in the annealed condition. It exhibits excellent corrosion resistance and provides excellent resistance to strain age cracking in welded components.
February 2011 - Graphing Enhancements - The CINDAS graphing package has been enhanced with new features.The following enhancements have been made to the CINDAS graphing package:
- Larger graphs.
- Hovering cursor will show x and y values of each data point on the graph, in the color of the graph. All of the actual test data is still shown using the Show Text option.
- Zoom feature expands the scale of the graph instantly. To zoom into the graph, click and drag a box around the data points to see in more detail. The graph will automatically adjust the axis values. This feature may be used multiple times to expand the same area of the graph. To return to the original graph, click Reset Zoom.
- Export to printer, JPG, PNG, PDF, etc. New icons on graph display, allow user to save/export the graph to various programs.
- Change Units feature placed next to the property and can be changed prior to viewing graph.
- Expanded HELP section to explain new features.
- Question marks (?) for immediate help with material and curve selection instructions.