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ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database™

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We recently added ANOTHER 1,100 new diagrams to the ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database! 

This fully searchable online database now contains 40,300 binary and ternary alloy phase diagrams, from over 9,000 systems. With associated crystal and reaction data, the ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database places this reliable information at your fingertips.

The latest update includes: 

  • More than 230 new aluminum, 87 new copper, 86 new magnesium, and 71 new titanium ternary phase diagrams.

  • 895 new ternary diagrams, including 185 ternary systems that are new to the database.

  • 205 new binary diagrams, including 12 binary systems that are new to the database.


Request more information on ASM Database Licenses and Pricing.
Schedule a Customized Demonstration via WebEx for your organization. Contact Denise Sirochman at denise.sirochman@asminternational.org or 440.338.5409.

"The ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database is an invaluable resource for me, both in my teaching and research. In teaching I use it frequently for coverage of multicomponent phase diagrams, to show examples of liquidus projections, isothermal sections and isopleths. In my research I have found the "search" function particularly useful, particularly when searching for low-lying eutectics."
Dr. Mark Asta, Professor and Chair, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of California at Berkeley.
 
"Users find the Alloy Phase Diagram Center Online very handy for checking phases data while in a middle of an analysis and it saves time. From my point of view the fact that up-to-date data can be accessed from everywhere in the company is a major advantage as we are quite geographically dispersed."
Isabelle Delaunois, Element Six Innovation

"In our production, we reference the ASM Alloy Phase Diagram Database for each of the many alloy systems. This provides a quick reference for the manufacturing engineer to estimate melting temperature for new alloys and variants as well as selecting composition for making master-alloy eutectics to build the alloys. The information in the database is readily accessible, organized with standard formats and supplied with the bibliography of sources for deeper investigation into an alloy system."
Bob Jarrett, Indium Corporation