How to choose ceramic material? there is some material tools for your reference as below;
NIST Property Databases
- NIST Structural Ceramics Database: Evaluated materials property data for a wide range of advanced ceramics. Covers the major series of compounds derived from the ceramic oxide, carbide, nitride, boride, and oxynitride chemical families.
- NIST High Temperature Superconducting Materials Database: Evaluated thermal, mechanical, and superconducting property data for oxide superconductors.
- NIST Characterization of Fracture Origins in Advanced Ceramic Materials: Fracture Origin Characterization and the Flaw Catalog: Fracture origin characterization scheme; examples of the most common types of flaws observed in advanced ceramic materials.
- NIST Property Data Summaries for Advanced Materials: Collections of property values derived from surveys of published data. Thermal, mechanical, structural, and chemical properties are included in the collections.
Physical and Mechanical Test Standards
- ASTM C-28 Committee on Advanced Ceramics: Information Summary | Standards for Advanced Ceramics
- Mat Web: Free materials information database with data on 22,154 materials, including metals, plastics, ceramics and composites. Comprised mostly of data sheets and spec sheets supplied by manufacturers and distributors.
- MEMS Material Properties Database: Includes mechanical properties, electrical properties, optical properties, and other values acquired through a literature search conducted by the MEMS Clearinghouse.
- NASA Ames TPSX Materials Property: Database for advanced thermal protection material properties.
- Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD): Maintained by Fachsinformationzentrum (FIZ) in Karlsruhe, Germany.