Seminar—Tsukuba, Japan, June 7, 2012
Materials data for industry
When? Japan, June 7, 2012 (2-5pm).
Where? Tsukuba International Congress Center in Tsukuba, Japan
What will be covered?
- Case studies on the management of materials data in industry and its use to enable better materials decisions
- Demonstrations of the latest materials information technology in action
- The first demonstration of the new integration of NIMS creep and fatigue data with GRANTA MI
- Networking with peers in leading engineering organizations
- Question and answer sessions with experts from Granta, Best Materia, and NIMS
Please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no cost to attending this event, but registration is required to secure your place.
The seminar will take place alongside the 2012 NIMS conference: http://www.nims.go.jp/nimsconf/2012/
Managing corporate materials data and accessing essential materials reference data with GRANTA MI
|2.30 pm||Case study from industry||speaker to be confirmed|
|3.00 pm||The NIMS creep & fatigue data||NIMS|
|3.50 pm||Software demonstration||Granta|
|4.30 pm||Q&A and discussion|
|5.00 pm||Close, Refreshments|
NIMS creep and fatigue data, available in GRANTA MI
This seminar will provide first demonstrations of searchable, interactive access to NIMS metals property data using GRANTA MI. This world-leading data-set results from years of continuous testing of metals including carbon steels, low alloy steels, high chromium steels, and austenitic stainless steels, as well as iron-based, nickel-based, and cobalt-based alloys.
This data, of critical importance in materials selection and longevity assessments for applications such as pipework and vessels at power stations and petrochemical plants, has previously only been generally available as published graphs and figures. The launch of the new GRANTA MI data module, will provide users with a means of accessing and using the underlying raw numerical data, for the first time. The convenient web browser-based access will also make it easy for users to search, plot, and export data for use in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE).
Further details of this new data module, including the descriptions of the creep and fatigue test results included, are now available on the website. If you are interested in this topic, why not help to guide Granta's implementation of this data by letting us know how it can best meet your needs?