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International workshop addresses fatigue related data standards

November 01, 2017
Source: ASM International

Nearly 20 materials data experts gathered during MS&T17 in Pittsburgh for the first plenary session of the CEN Workshop on Mechanical Test Data (METEDA). The group – including representatives from ASM International, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the Electric Power Research Institute, the European Commission’s Joint Research Center, CEN, and other organizations – met for several hours on October 11 to hammer out a plan that will guide the development of open data formats compatible with international standards for creep, creep crack growth, creep-fatigue, and creep-fatigue crack growth testing. The work is part of a larger international effort to facilitate the sharing of critical engineering data and the development of appropriate ontologies. Anyone who would like to actively participate and/or observe is welcome. For more information, download a copy of the project fact sheet or visit the CEN Workshop homepage.

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Materials Testing and Evaluation


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