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Data Sources

MTDATA can be supplied on request with high quality databases, a number of which have been compiled through collaboration within SGTE and other bodies. Brief details of the databases are provided below.

Most of the databases listed below are proprietary. To find out more about what they include and their availability contact the MTDATA manager to let him know your particular needs. The databases will normally be supplied in portable (.prt) format as files that can be used for creating databases and loading databases.

Database name Description
SGTE Solution Database A database for solution phases, mainly of alloys
SGTE Solution Database plus SGTE solution database augmented to fill gaps
SGTE Unary database Freely distributed data for the elements
SGTE Substance Database Data for over 4000 individual substances, many of them incorporating multiple phase ranges
SGTE substance database, Organic supplement An extension to the SGTE substance database for organic compounds with 3 or more carbon atoms.
NPL Salts Database Data for solution phases of salts
Demo1 and Demo2 Data used for demonstration calculations on substances, alloys and salts.
COST507 database for light alloys A database for light alloys of Mg, Al and Ti. Many of binary systems include none of these elements and therefore the database has a wide utility.
SGTE solders database A database specifically geared to the needs of the users and developers of solders.
NPL Oxide Database A core database for the CaO-MgO-Fe-O-Al2O3-SiO2 system with extensions to include specific combinations with Ni, Cr, Mn, Cu, Zn, Na, K, B and S.
The IRSID Slag database A database developed by IRSID using the Kapoor-Frohberg model for slags. The reference states of the data are unconventional and the data must not be mixed with those from other databases
Database for ideal aqueous species Data for species in aqueous solution based on the publications of NIST.
Database for hot aqueous systems Data for the Fe,Cr,Ni,S,C,H,O,/- system for temperatures to 300C
MTAQ Data for concentrated aqueous systems of industrial importance
NPL CORR database Database geared to high temperature corrosion
Predictive Organic Database A database suited to organic systems that include molecules for which adequate experimental data do not exist.

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Updated 7 May 2010