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ASTM Selected Technical Papers
Computerization and Networking of Materials Data Bases
By
JS Glazman
JS Glazman
1
Combustion Engineering, Inc.
?
Windsor, CT 06095
;
symposium chairman and editor
.
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JR Rumble, Jr Jr
JR Rumble, Jr Jr
2
National Institute of Standards and Technology
,
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
;
symposium chairman and editor
.
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ISBN-10:
0-8031-1191-6
ISBN:
978-0-8031-1191-2
No. of Pages:
363
Publisher:
ASTM International
Publication date:
1989

Designing and using a computerized materials property data base for composites include the very difficult tasks of fully and uniquely identifying each material and characterizing the material properties in a way that will satisfy the needs of all potential users. Approaches to meeting this criteria are discussed, including abbreviated methods of identification, combining computer fields to fully and uniquely identify both research and commercial composites, structuring data so that different functional groups can access varied subsets, integrating test conditions into the data base, and presenting data in more effective graphic form, when applicable. A multitiered system for assessing data quality is also discussed.

1.
Metals Engineering Institute
,
Composites: The Basics
,
American Society for Metals
,
Metals Park, OH
,
1984
, Lessons 1 and 5.
2.
Data Manual for Kevlar® 49 Aramid
,
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.
,
1986
,
Wilmington, DE
, p. 58.
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