The Global Powder Metallurgy Database 2005-01-0712
The Global Powder Metallurgy Property Database was released to the general public in October 2004, with a definite focus on the automotive end user community. The Database is the culmination of four years of planning, formulating and joint development between the North American, European and Japanese powder metallurgy communities. This unique data offering includes ferrous, non-ferrous and bearing alloys and covers mechanical, physical and fatigue data. Nearly 200 different alloys are included. Materials and properties can be searched using MPIF and ISO material codes, following standard or advanced search methods with up to six variables simultaneously. Graphical presentation of the data is available throughout the system. Examples of search outputs are presented along with helpful hints for getting the most out of this new and exciting powder metallurgy database.