The complete set of Granta data modules providing metals data is listed below. In addition to the modules from the Aerospace & Energy Series and the Universe Series that cover aerospace alloy, fasteners, and generic data on all classes of metals, this series adds detailed property information on steels, powder metallurgy, consumables, and other metals.
|Data module||Datasheets||Content summary||Attributes and properties|
|Powder Metallurgy||600 materials||Materials of relevance to Powder Metallurgy (PM) and Metal Injection Molding (MIM).||Property and durability data to compare these materials with other options and to enable designers and engineers to make informed choices.|
|A global overview of metals, of particular value for equivalence studies across different regions. Comprises two unique data collections, WMI Metals and TWI Consumables||Property data on ferrous and non-ferrous alloys. Information on consumables (covered electrodes, fillers and fluxes). Links to citations and contact details for 480 suppliers. A guide to welding terminology.|
|Stahldat SX||2,500+ steels||The complete Register of European Steels (known as the ‘Stahl-Eisen-Liste’ in German), their specification data, and temperature-dependant properties.||Chemical composition, mechanical properties, material forms, suppliers for all steels, plus temperature-dependent properties for over 450 steels.|
|StahlDat Sheet Steels for Automotive||36 popular automotive sheet steels||Test data providing support for crash and forming simulation.||‘Pedigree’ information, test data (elastic, plastic, cyclic loading, high strain-rate tests, forming limit diagrams and bulge tests), and a re-usable schema that can be adapted to your own in-house test programs.|
|SteelSpec||4,000 steels||Excellent coverage of US and UK steels standards (ASTM, British Standards, UNS / SAE / AISI / ASTM Standards).||Standards information, composition, mechanical properties, heat treatments, and links to related material or Standard data.|
|The preeminent source of materials property data for aerospace component design (previously known as MIL-HDBK-5).||Statistically derived design values for alloys. Curves include fatigue, stress-strain, creep, strength with temperature & exposure time. Joining and strength properties for fasteners.|
|ESDU MMDH||2,500||The leading source of European design-strength data on aerospace structural metallic materials.||Statistically derived design values. Curves include fatigue, stress-stain, creep, strength with temperature & exposure time.|
|ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel code Part II-D, Materials||250 material standards
|Property data for materials used in nuclear and conventional energy applications and for process / chemical plants.||Design stress values, tensile and yield strength values, and tables and charts of material properties.|
|MaterialUniverse|| 3,500 materials
|Property profiles: broad coverage through complete, normalized, generic datasheets, allowing comparison for:||Approx. 60 physical, cost, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical, durability properties for each material. 25 properties relating to environmental impact.|
|NIMS||59 Creep and 115 Fatigue datasheets||Fully accessible raw metals data from Japan's National Institute for Material Science (NIMS), covering up to 40 years of creep and fatigue data at both room temperature and elevated temperatures.||59 creep datasheets covering over 40 materials in pipe, tube, and plate form. 115 fatigue datasheets covering 51 materials (mainly steels) providing elastic, high cycle fatigue, low cycle fatigue, time dependent low cycle fatigue (at elevated temperatures), as well as high cycle fatigue and crack propagation data on welded joins and material in the heat affected zone.|
The GRANTA MI software offers superior access to any of these data modules. Or you can integrate these references with each other and with in-house and other third-party data to create a complete materials information source for your engineering process. With GRANTA MI you can search, browse, analyze, and manipulate this data. A browser-based interface supports engineers and materials.