Knovel, which provides a Web-based application that integrates technical information with analytical and search tools, announced the addition of the Titanium Alloy Database to its Critical Content line.
According to the company, the mission of the Critical Content line is to "fill major gaps in technical content that make it difficult for engineers to do their jobs efficiently." Once Knovel identifies a gap, the company works with credible sources and experts to create the content those engineers are looking for.
"Titanium alloy property information is scattered amongst a number of disparate sources," said Sasha Gurke, Knovel's senior vice president and co-founder. "With this compilation of titanium alloy data, engineers across a variety of industries, including aerospace and manufacturing, will spend less time looking for the information they need during the design phase and more time focusing on their projects."
The Titanium Alloy Database, developed by J. Gilbert Kaufman, includes physical and mechanical property data for more than 80 alloys, with summarized descriptions of condition and processing history.
For more information, visit Knovel.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.