5. NIST Data Gateway This is a free online database created by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). It provides links to online NIST property databases. The database allows searching by keyword, material or property. Both cryogenic and room temperature material properties are covered. The database
AtomicNuclear Properties - Particle Data GroupWARNING:Properties such as boiling points and refractive indices are taken from a variety of sources of mixed dependability. They are not carefully vetted. Corrections are invited. The dE/dx and range algorithms are described in D.E. Groom, N.V. Mokhov, and S.I. Striganov, "Muon stopping-power and range tables, 10 MeV-100 TeV,'' Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables 78,
Atomic and Nuclear Properties of Materials for more than 350 materials Click on element or other materal for properties of interest in high-energy physics:stopping power (-dE/dx>) tables including radiative losses for muons, nuclear and pion collision and interaction lengths, electron, positron, and muon critical energies, radiation length, Moliere radius, plasma energy, and links
Cryogenic Material Properties Database (2001) - NISTCryogenic Material Properties DatabaseCryogenic Material Properties Database E.D. Marquardt, J.P. Le, and Ray Radebaugh National Institute of Standards and Technology Boulder, CO 80303 ABSTRACT NIST has published at least two references compiling cryogenic material properties. These
Cryogenic Material Properties Database, Update 2006 *Contribution of NIST, not subject to copywright in the U.S. 1 CRYOGENIC MATERIAL PROPERTIES DATABASE, UPDATE 2006* Bradley, P. E., Radebaugh, R., and Lewis, M.A. National Institute of Standards and Technology Boulder, Colorado, USA 80305 ABSTRACT We present an update to a program simply titled the Cryogenic Materials Property Database.
NIST Property Data Summaries for Advanced Materials This database provides physical characteristics (crystallography data, density), mechanical properties (elastic moduli, strength, hardness, toughness, creep, wear), and thermal properties (specific heat, diffusivity, conductivity, expansion) for advanced materials. Read More:SRD 154
Materials NISTSearch NIST Search. Menu. Close. carbon nanotubes, high-strength alloys, artificial bone and joint replacements are just some of the emerging materials for which NIST develops testbeds, defines benchmarks, and develops formability measurements and models. This project aims to develop rigorous measurements and methodology needed for
Methane - NISTData from NIST Standard Reference Database 69:NIST Chemistry WebBook; The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) uses its best efforts to deliver a high quality copy of the Database and to verify that the data contained therein have been selected on the basis of sound scientific judgment.
The temperatures the materials are subjected to range widely from cryogenic (as low as -452 degrees F) to room temperature. NIST's Cryogenic Technologies Group is running the site.
NIST Technical Publications ListTitle:CYCLE_D-HX:NIST Vapor Compression Cycle Model Accounting for Refrigerant Thermodynamic and Transport Properties; Version 2, User's Guide Date Published:January 2021 Authors:J. Steven Brown, Riccardo Brignoli, Piotr A. Domanski, Young Jin Yoon Report Number:NIST TN 2134 doi:10.6028/NIST.TN.2134
NIST posts online database of cryogenic materials Officially known as NIST Standard Reference Data Database #152, the Cryogenic Materials Properties Database is available online, free of charge. It is also a work in progress, with new materials
The NIST/ARPA-E Database of Novel and Emerging Adsorbent Materials is a free, web-based catalog of adsorbent materials and measured adsorption properties of numerous materials obtained from article entries from the scientific literature. Search fields for the database include adsorbent material, adsorbate gas, experimental conditions (pressure
Properties of Wrought Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys Mechanical Properties Tensile properties. See Tables 3 and 4. Hardness. See Table 3. Poisson's ratio. 0.33 at 20 °C (68 °F) Elastic modulus. Tension, 69 GPa (10 x 106 psi) Table 1 Typical mechanical properties of 1050 aluminum Tensile strength Yield strength Elongation, Shear strength Temper MPa ksi MPa ksi % MPa ksi
Publications NISTA program has been started at NIST to make high-accuracy measurements of the infrared (IR) index properties of technologically important IR materials, in order Infrared Optical Properties of Materials
The Low-Background Infrared (LBIR) facility at NIST has recently completed construction of an infrared transfer radiometer with an integrated cryogenic
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cryogenic material properties OFHC Copper - NISTCryogenic Properties of Materials. For properties:specific heat and expansion coefficient curve fit equation of the form:Curve fit equation of the form:log 10 y = a+b(log 10 T) + c(log 10 T) 2 + d(log 10 T) 3 + e(log 10 T) 4 + f(log 10 T) 5 + g(log 10 T) 6 + h(log 10 T) 7 + i(log 10 T) 8 Solves as:y = 10 a+b(log 10 T) + c(log 10 T) 2 + d(log 10 T) 3 + e(log 10 T) 4 + f(log 10 T) 5 +
Index of Material Properties Properties of solid materials from cryogenic- to room-temperatures. Aluminum 1100 (UNS A91100) Aluminum 3003-F(UNS A93003) Aluminum 5083-O (UNS A95083) Aluminum 6061-T6 (UNS A96061) Regenerator Materials These data are presented as a spreadsheet.