The materials database MatILDa® contains numerous material data sets for metallic alloys. In addition to the chemical composition, you will also find physical properties as a function of temperature, such as thermal expansion, Young's modulus, thermal conductivity, specific heat, density and thermal diffusivity.
Metal alloys in the materials database MatILDa®
The following list of the material groups and numerous examples provides an overview on the scope of the materials database.
The material data base MatILDa®
contains common low carbon steels such as C35 or C45 (AISI 1035 or AISI 1045), case-hardening steels such as 16MnCr5 (AISI 5115) as well as quenched and tempered steels such as 42CrMo4 (AISI 4140) or high alloyed steels such as X5CrNi18-10 (AISI 304). Just have a look at our materials catalogue
Special materials: titanium, nickel, cobalt and their alloys
Discover titanium materials such as TiAl6V4 (ASTM grade 5) as well as various nickel-based alloys such as Inconel 600, 625 and 718 (alloy 600 / 2.4816, alloy 625 / UNS N06625 and alloy 718 / UNS N07718) or NiMn5 (2.4116) in our materials database. Just have a look at our materials catalogue
Non-ferrous materials: aluminum, copper, zinc and their alloys
Material properties are available for common non-ferrous metal alloys such as AlMg3 (3.3535 / 5754) or CuZn37 (2.0320 / CW508L / CZ108). Just have a look at our materials catalogue
Expandable to include further materials
Information on additional materials is in preparation and can be included upon request: tin, cadmium and lead alloys.
Application Diversity for Industry and Research
Being the ideal tool for information and calculation, MatILDa® supports users in fields as diverse as metallurgical and plant engineering, automotive industry, aviation and aerospace industry, medical technology, defense engineering as well as research and development divisions and universities.
The flexible and modular structure of MatILDa® can be configured according to customer requirements. Three different modules offer a wide range of information on materials for the various areas of application:
For steels, the modules Properties, Microstructure and Transformation are available. They include calculations of material properties related to heating and forming processes, recrystallized fractions as well as grain sizes and phase transformation.
For titanium, nickel, cobalt and their alloys, the modules Properties and Microstructure contain extensive information about material properties related to heating and forming processes, recrystallization behavior and grain sizes.
For the non-metal alloys of aluminum, copper and zinc, the module Properties comprises information on material properties related to heating and forming processes and flow curves.