elastic modulus, young's modulus, youngs modulus, cte, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, emissivity, stress rupture, creep strength      
Temperature Dependent Elastic & Thermal Properties Database
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The MPDB software is designed to:
  • Provide easy access to over 2,700 materials and 23,000 sets of temperature dependent data for elastic modulus, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, S-N fatigue curves, stress-strain curves & more.

  • Directly input data into SolidWorks, ANSYS Workbench (versions 10-14.5, MatML 3.1 schema), ANSYS standard, Abaqus and Excel software. Other data formats are also supported, see below.



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List of materials by property



List of properties by material


Short Overview

Versions are available for Windows, Linux/Pentium and Mac OS X. All of the versions contain the same data and functionality and a license includes access to all three versions. The demo version includes full free access to all of the properties in the database for the elements on the periodic table.

The user selects the material and property and the software will write out the data either as tabulated data, an Excel equation, a C/C++, FORTRAN, BASIC or Python function or subroutine (screen images). This can then be pasted into the appropriate software to generate the material data as a function of temperature.

This software is especially useful for finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The data can also be written out in formats for direct input into the SolidWorks, ANSYS Workbench, ANSYS standard and Abaqus finite element and CAD programs. Download the demo version or see full details of the software.

The user can search the database for materials with properties within a user specified range and temperature. The user can also add their own materials to the database.

Most of the properties are for polycrystalline materials, however, some dL/L data is available for single crystals. Click here for the complete list of the materials and properties in the database.

The MPBD software is currently in use in 37 countries around the world.



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