Simulation Data

Granta offers cost-effective, quick, and efficient access to authoritative sources of input data for simulation.

Data module
Content summary
Attributes and properties
Over 8,000 records providing data on over 2,900 materials
An extensive library of temperature-dependent material property data, covering metals and alloys, ceramics and more.
Temperature-dependent mechanical, thermal, physical and electrical properties, stress-strain curves, fatigue, creep, and magnetic properties.
Over 6,000 records covering plastic resin grades of major producers
Widely-respected source of comparable property data on plastic resin grades from 19 major manufacturers - all measured according to strict ISO standards.
Mechanical, rheological, thermal, electrical, processing, chemical resistance, and more.
Over 2,800 records for aerospace alloys; over 500 sheet metal/fastener combinations
Authoritative source for aerospace component design allowables relating to alloys and metal/fastener combinations.
Statistically-derived design data for aerospace alloys, information on temperature dependence of mechanical properties, fatigue curves, and corrosion rankings. Also contains a database with over 500 sheet metal/fastener combinations.
Over 1,600 combinations of material grade and specification
Property data relating to materials for power plants (nuclear and conventional) and the process industries (chemical, oil, and gas).
Mechanical and physical properties for over 1,600 combinations of material grade and specification. Includes design stress values, tensile and yield strength values, tables and charts of material properties, and design fatigue curves.

The GRANTA MI software offers superior, shared 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 experts across your organization.

Alternatively, all the data can be accessed via the CES Selector software on your PC, enabling the use of powerful materials charting tools to compare properties and to inform materials selection and replacement.