An agreement between Granta Design and JAHM Software to make JAHM’s extensive temperature-dependent materials property data available within Granta’s industry-leading materials software tools should give engineers more data for accurate simulations.
The data includes over 2,800 materials (including metals, plastics, and ceramics) and 24,000 sets of temperature-dependent data for elastic modulus, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, S-N fatigue curves, stress-strain curves, and more.
This move creates significantly more input data for simulation, along with an expanded library of high-temperature properties for use in materials selection.
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