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Materials properties data base computerizationMaterial property data plays a key role in the design of jet engine components. Consistency, accuracy and efficient use of material property data is of prime importance to the engineering community. The system conception, development, implementation, and future plans for computer software that captures the Material Properties Handbook into a scientific data base are described. The engineering community is given access to raw data and property curves, display of multiple curves for material evaluation and selection, direct access by design analysis computer programs, display of the material specification, and a historical repository for the material evolution. The impact of this activity includes significant productivity gains and cost reductions; all users have access to the same information nd provides consistent, rapid response to the needs of the engineering community. Future plans include incorporating the materials properties data base into a network environment to access information from other data bases and download information to engineering work stations.
Document ID
19840014235
Document Type
Conference Paper
Authors
Baur, R. G. (General Electric Co. Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Donthnier, M. L. (General Electric Co. Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Moran, M. C. (General Electric Co. Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Mortman, I. (General Electric Co. Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Pinter, R. S. (General Electric Co. Philadelphia, PA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 12, 2013
Publication Date
April 1, 1984
Publication Information
Publication: NASA. Langley Research Center IPAD 2:
Subject Category
COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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