New data extracted from old for materials databases

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Scientists in Japan have combined two computational models to extract more data on steel alloys from a single test, with implications for the discovery of new materials. TSUKUBA, Japan, Nov 7, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – A new approach uses data from one type of test on small metal alloy samples to extract enough information for building databases that can be used to predict the properties and potentials of new materials. The details were published in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials: Methods. The test is called instrumented indentation. It involves driving an indenter tip …

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