Materials Database

Materials Database

Share Your data - become a MATDAT contributor

Huge amount of material data and information is out there. In journal articles, conference proceedings and papers, technical reports, dissertations etc. Very often, these valuable sources are unavailable - buried in libraries or in some archives - or in someone´s drawer (especially older references which do not exist in digital form).

One of our objectives is to "re-discover" and uncover this valuable information and make it searchable, comparable and above all, more available to our technical community.

Share existing, published material data with others - be it your own (results of your experiments and testing) or information that you came across in available published literature sources.
To encourage you to do it, for every acceptable dataset you submit we will award you 1 month of full, unrestricted access to our database (MATDAT PRO user status) and you will be included in the list of our Contributors.

Please note that under acceptable dataset, we mean relatively complete set of material properties accompanied by information on testing methodology, conditions and equipment, etc.

We wanted to keep it simple and easy so you don´t have to extract material information and data from that journal article or report that you have. All you have to do is find it, (scan it if it´s in printed form) and send it to us using Material data submission form (it is in Dashboard section - you need to be registered user to access it).


It is our job to review material that you send, extract material data from it and enter them into our database. To avoid sending references which we already have or which we have already processed and included in the database, please check list of MATDAT.COM references.

Latest news

New materials added to MATDAT

1. March 2016.

Database content was just updated with 202 new material datasets - majority of which are steels. Index of new content is already submitted to Thomson ...
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New materials added to MATDAT

1. March 2016.
Database content was just updated with 202 new material datasets - majority of which are steels. Index of new content is already submitted to Thomson Reuters for inclusion in DCI.

Proficiency testing for aluminium alloy AlSi9Cu3

8. April 2014.

Talum Inštitut d.o.o., material research and environmental protection, invites laboratories to take part in proficiency testing for AlSi9Cu3 alloy (22...
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Proficiency testing for aluminium alloy AlSi9Cu3

8. April 2014.
Talum Inštitut d.o.o., material research and environmental protection, invites laboratories to take part in proficiency testing for AlSi9Cu3 alloy (226a quality) by method of optical emission spectrometry in accordance with EN 14726, which will be carried out in May 2014. 

The material used is an AlSi9Cu3 alloy sample with the following composition: Si ? 9%; Fe ? 0,5%; Cu ? 2,5%; Mn ? 0,4%; Mg ? 0,3%; Cr ? 0,02%; Ni ? 0,01; Zn ? 0,1%; Ti ? 0,05%; Pb ? 0,01%; Ca < 0,01%; P < 0,01%; Sn < 0,01%; Sr < 0,01%; V < 0,01%
 
Participants will receive the samples by post in April 2014. Participation fee is 250 EUR and includes report, certificate of participation, sample and sample delivery. After you receive the report, you can use the sample as CRM. If you are interested in participation, please contact tatjana.vicko@talum.si

Deadline for application is 14.04.2014.

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We welcome all ideas and cooperation proposals as well as any larger number of material datasets which you might be willing to contribute.

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