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Engineering Materials Database
The European Commission JRC web-enabled materials database (MatDB) is oriented to international material standards and recommendations. It covers mechanical and thermo-physical properties data of engineering alloys at low, elevated and high temperatures for base materials and joints and includes irradiation materials testing in the field of fusion and fission, tests on thermal barrier coating for gas turbines and mechanical properties testing on a corroded specimen. The corrosion part refers to weight gain/loss data of high temperature exposed engineering alloys, ceramics and hot isostatic pressed powder materials. MatDB computerises the scientific process of engineering data generation from material testing through the functions of data organisation, data validation, quality control, model-based and statistical data evaluation, to the presentation of material parameters which find use in engineering algorithms. MatDB contains over 20.000 test results and provides a web-interface for data content, data entry, data retrieval and analysis routines. Retrieved data can be fed into analysis routines like creep relations and extrapolation methods or sent to complex modelling clusters. MatDB is commercially used as PC, client/server and web-enabled applications.
The Hydrogen Incident and Accident Database (Hiad-DB) is a European knowledge base and reporting regime to assist industry and authorities in better understanding the relevance of hydrogen-related incidents and accidents as well as the safety actions taken. It is not a standard industrial accident database but a collaborative process in the form of a web-based Information System to promote safety actions taken by industrial and other partners as a consequence of hydrogen related incidents and accidents. The information held by Hiad is relevant for risk assessment and serves the objective of corporate learning about risks and safety related to hydrogen applications.
The Novel Efficient Solid Storage for Hydrogen Database (Nesshy-DB) stores hydrogen sorption test data on new materials, as well as the results of inter-laboratory comparison exercises.
The HTR-Fuel Database (HTR-Fuel-DB) contains experimentally measured High Temperature Reactor fuel element data and is restricted to project members. The HTR-Fuel-DB has a complex structure with detailed meta-information about the data source, geometry of fuel elements, particles, coating layers, irradiation, etc. (under development)
The HTR-Graphite Database (HTR-Graphite-DB) contains experimentally measured High Temperature Reactor graphite element data and is restricted to project members.(under development)
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