API version 7.1 released

JMatPro® API v7.1, June 2022

  • Extended Mechanical module with the calculation of tempered hardness for general steels
  • Improved Cu effect in the mechanical properties of aluminium alloys
  • Improved assessment of kinetics for some phases of aluminium alloys
  • Completed and corrected physical properties for TIM_B2 phase of titanium alloys
  • Fixed Solidification calculations for aluminium alloys containing oxygen
  • Fixed a possible issue affecting Cooling calculations
  • Added full Python wrapper and sample code for all available modules

JMatPro® API v7.0, December 2021

  • Improved quench from Scheil-Gulliver solidification model for steels to deal with cases where austenite only appears in the solid state
  • Reassessed yield strength <-> tensile strength <-> hardness interconversions for steels
  • Extended Mechanical module for aluminium alloys, including the calculation of room-temperature and high-temperature strength, as well as flow stress and age hardening curves
  • Remodelled contribution of particles at grain boundaries to rupture life in Ni alloys
  • Improved calculation of the elastic limit (point of the stress-strain curve at 0 strain)
  • Moved jmpSetQuenchRate() to the Core module
  • Added function to toggle elastic region in flow stress curves on or off
  • Changed the strain rate decade subdivision method used in high-temperature strength and flow stress calculations to produce nicer values
  • Updated the thermodynamic and properties databases to match those included in JMatPro® v13.0
  • Added NIW and NI6SI2B phases to Ni thermodynamic database
  • Adjusted MC phase in Ni and Co thermodynamic databases
  • Added AL12MO phase to Al thermodynamic database
  • Added CLUSTER metastable phase to Al thermodynamic database
  • Adjusted MGRE12 phase in Mg thermodynamic database
  • Reassessed thermal conductivity contribution for Cu and Si in FCC phase
  • Reassessed thermal conductivity for magnesium alloys with significant Al content
  • Fixed bug in Cooling calculations occurring with some user-defined profiles
  • Fixed mismatching problems in Solidification calculations using the quench from Scheil-Gulliver model for steels or white cast irons with out-of-step austenitisation temperatures
  • Fixed missing reset in Solidification calculations using the quench from Scheil-Gulliver model for steels, which could lead to wrong behaviour for f

    erritic steels 

    with secondary phases

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