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MTDATA Databases Databases

A range of databases of fundamental thermochemical data, covering a wide variety of system types, are offered for use with MTDATA.

A range of databases of fundamental thermochemical data, covering a wide variety of system types, are offered for use with MTDATA. These databases have been built up by experts over many years, chiefly through the critical assessment of primary experimental data. The databases are under continuous development and expansion and the standard annual lease conditions allow for regular updates.

In addition to the databases available from NPL, users can create and manage private databases geared to their own applications. Customised databases can also be designed to cater for specific requirements.

The databases available for use with MTDATA are suited to a wide range of applications.

SGTE Databases

NPL is a member of SGTE, which is a consortium of centres engaged in the development of thermodynamic databases for inorganic and metallurgical systems and their application to practical problems.

The databases are compiled by a panel of experts by critically assessing data for pure substances and solutions of all types: aqueous, gases, alloys, mattes, slags, salts, oxides and semiconductor systems. The experts meet on a regular basis to ensure the continuous development of the databases. The following SGTE databases are currently available:

Other Databases

Some other databases which can be supplied for use with MTDATA are:

  • Materials Specific Databases:
    • NPL Aluminium Database - Ver 4.0
    • TCAB Database for Steels - Ver 1.22
    • NPL Solders Database - Ver 2.3
    • SOLDERS Database - created through European project COST531 - Ver 1.0 
    • NPL Semiconductor Database - Ver 1.0
    • NPL Dilute Solution Database for Fe - Ver 2.0
    • NPL Cements Database - Ver 2.0

  • NPL Salts Database - Ver 2.0

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  • NPL Aqueous Databases - Ver 1.2

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  • NPLOX Oxide Databases

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  • NPL Teaching Databases

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