Total Materia’s Extended Range dataset provides an unparalleled material properties resource for advanced structural and thermal calculations and analysis including: stress-strain curves, formability diagrams, fatigue data and more.
- Finding material data essential for advanced engineering calculations and computer aided engineering (CAE) and finite element analysis (FEA) simulations
- Obtaining stress-strain curves at various temperatures and at different strain rates
- Comparing fatigue properties of different origins for example American, European and Asian materials
The Solution: Total Materia - Extended Range
Extended Range offers a unique collection of advanced property data for use in critical design activities and brings effortless efficiency to the extremely time consuming task of finding reliable material property information, specifically for advanced linear and non-linear calculations. To achieve this, experimental data from over 2,000 references and documents, dating from 90 years ago to the most recent sources, have been processed and included using a proprietary data acquisition methodology.
THOUSANDS OF STRESS-STRAIN CURVES
Unique collection of more than 150,000 stress-strain curves for calculations in the plastic range covers more than 20,000 materials, with various heat treatments, working temperatures and strain rates, from quasistatic to over 1,000 1/s. Both true and engineering stress curves are given, with a possibility to interpolate curves for user-defined temperatures and strain rates.
LARGEST COLLECTION OF CYCLIC PROPERTIES
The largest database of strain-life and stress-life parameters for more than 15,000 materials, e-N and S-N diagrams, for various heat treatments and loading conditions. Monotonic properties are included for reference along with statistical fatigue parameters where applicable.
PROPRIETARY METHODOLOGY FOR PROPERTIES ESTIMATION
Based on Total Materia cross-reference tables and properties of equivalent materials, Extended Range provides estimates for stress-strain curves for additional 90,000 materials and cyclic properties for another 60,000. Although estimates cannot completely replace experimental data, they provide a valuable starting point for further research and calculations.
MORE ADVANCED PROPERTIES FOR DESIGN AND SIMULATION
Forming limit and high-strain curves at a range of temperatures, for simulating forging, drawing and other forming operations. Fracture mechanics K1C, KC, crack growth and Paris law parameters are presented, with the corresponding graph of crack growth. Creep data including yield stress and creep rupture strength at different temperatures with the calculation of Larsen-Miller parameter and remaining life of the component.
Avoiding costly and potentially dangerous errors; opening new opportunities for more optimized and cost-effective design; enhancing accuracy and efficiency throughout the entire process chain.