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Gain access to over 450,000 alloys and their material properties
Total Materia has the largest collection of metal materials available allowing you to find property information with just a click of the mouse. Find chemical composition, mechanical and physical properties, as well as the largest library of stress strain and cyclic property data for advanced CAE calculations.


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Standard Australia / AS
Group of Materials High carbon steels, low alloyed
Material:
Material
1065View material 1065
1070View material 1070
1080View material 1080
1084View material 1084
1095View material 1095
52100View material 52100
A2AView material A2A
AS1085.11View material AS1085.11
CK1073View material CK1073
D2AView material D2A
D5AView material D5A
HK1073View material HK1073
K1070SView material K1070S
K1073View material K1073
K1082SView material K1082S
K1095SView material K1095S
L100AView material L100A
L104AView material L104A
L105AView material L105A
L1AView material L1A
L6AView material L6A
M100AView material M100A
M101AView material M101A
M102AView material M102A
M1AView material M1A
M2AView material M2A
M35AView material M35A
M41AView material M41A
M42AView material M42A
M46AView material M46A
M7AView material M7A
O100AView material O100A
O1AView material O1A
S101AView material S101A
S1070View material S1070
S5AView material S5A
T15AView material T15A
T1AView material T1A
U1070View material U1070
W1AView material W1A
W2AView material W2A
W5AView material W5A

The Total Materia database includes more than 450,000 grades from all over the world.  Their chemical compositions, mechanical and physical properties, cross-references, and more are only a click away.  

Finding a grade in the database is very easy and takes seconds. For example, let’s look into the properties of steel grade X5CrNiMo 17 12 2 according to DIN.

Simply use Quick Search at the Subscribers Home page enter the designation and select DIN from the standard list.


After clicking the material from the resulting list, a list of subgroups appears. In Total Materia, the term “subgroups” refers to specifications that define properties of the steel grade; in this case the specification DIN 1654-5 is selected. Note that properties defined according to different specifications may differ significantly.


Composition, cross-references and properties of the steel grade X5CrNiMo 17 12 2 can then be reviewed by clicking appropriate links.  See examples below.