JMatPro® version 10.2

Version 10.2


  • fixed format error in ProCAST export file in some locales
  • fixed potential inaccuracy problem for low carbon steels in "Quench  Properties" calculation when some user defined profiles are used

Version 10.1

  • allow use of General Steels TTT calibration in hot-rolling


  • new export to LS-DYNA (CWM model)


  • adjusted LAVES phase in Fe.db Ni.db Co.db Ti.db and Zr.db
  • adjusted CU phase in Fe.db
  • adjusted molar volume for Q_AL7CU3MG6 MG2CU AL7CR M2P AL7CR BETA_MN phases


  • improved responsivity of isopleth plots to keyboard input
  • improved advanced CCT calculation to avoid hanging calculations
  • improved cooling curve for solidification calculations
  • fixed erroneous values of electrical resistivity exported to 3rd party packages for Bainite, Pearlite, Ferrite, Martensite
  • fixed changes of plot options not applied to stress-strain curves
  • fixed glitches with configuration of plot for flow stress analysis and isopleth plots
  • fixed saved Scheil-Gulliver calculations not loading for General Steels
  • fixed rare memory crash on physical properties databases reading
  • fixed grid display preferences not updated in cooling curve plots
  • fixed rounding error of time in high temperature strength calculation of Al alloys leading to possible inaccurate end holding time
  • fixed possible calculation failures in high temperature strength calculation of Al alloys
  • improved visual appearance of "Quick TTT/CCT" input window for General Steels when calibration factors used

Version 10.0

  • addition of calculation of C diffusion in welds
  • addition of dissimilar metal welds for Ni alloys
  • remodelled simultaneous precipitation in steels including second stage option
  • addition of AlN,MN and M(C,N) isothermal and TTP calculations for steels
  • addition of high temperature strength calculation for Single Crystals
  • new model for the calculation of electrical conductivity/resistivity
  • addition of calculation of hardening phases in Mg alloys
  • addition of TTT/CCT and isothermal calculations for Mg alloys
  • new kinetic modelling for Al alloys (TTT/CCT and isothermal calculations)
  • addition of user defined pearlite-ferrite mixture option in Cast Iron solidification
  • extended Single Crystal anisotropy calculation into mushy zone
  • addition of ratio input for calibration of General Steels TTT/CCT (rather than just times at nose)
  • addition of a plot option for user defined cooling/heating/... profiles
  • addition of info about grain boundaries in Ni alloys strength calculation
  • addition of surface tension to general steel solidification calculations
  • addition of temperature/concentration stepping calculation when selecting a point in an isopleth calculation
  • adjusted antiphase boundary energy calculation in calculation of Ni alloys creep/high temperature strength
  • remodelled elongation calculation
  • update of Fe thermodynamic database: Fe(Ni,Al) CU and ETA phases re-assessed - new OMEGA phase
  • update of Al thermodynamic database: Ti added to E_ALCRMGMN phase
  • update of Cu thermodynamic database: new phase M5SI3
  • update of Mg thermodynamic database: new element: Ag - new phases Mg4Ag, Mg7RE (rare-earth) - MgCu2 renamed to Mg(Cu,Zn)2 - extension of rare-earth containing phases to more rare-earth elements
  • new export to ProCast (xml file)
  • new export to LVMFlow
  • new export to QForm Heat Treatment
  • extended export to Transvalor software
  • extended export to Simufact software
  • addition of partition coefficients for steel solidification in Magmasoft export
  • more robust solver when performing calculation at a single temperature point
  • more robust TTT calculations
  • fixed inaccurate surface tension calculation in solidification mushy zone when solid state transformations are also considered
  • fixed possible bad format and unexpected values in Sysweld export
  • fixed possible bad format in Transvalor-steel export
  • changed confusing information label for heating rate in reaustenitisation plot
  • fixed possible spike in flow-stress in the mushy zone
  • fixed possible hot-rolling calculation failure
  • fixed out of bounds windows possibility if multiple displays used
  • fixed direction choice not appearing in Single Crystal anisotropy calculation when more than 1 plot open
  • fixed renaming dialog sometimes hidden when renaming datasets in material browser
  • fixed unit issue when switching from inch to cm in Jominy calculations
  • re-assessment of B and C diffusion in BCC-FE
  • reorganisation of export buttons
  • removed "time before testing" input in Aluminium flow-stress analysis calculations when not relevant
  • added missing cooling rate information in multi-temperature homogenisation plots
  • added possibility to plot separately heating and cooling parts in welding cycle plots
  • added safeguards to prevent accidental use of At% composition in input
  • added documentation for command line installation
  • fixed possible composition unit confusion for Magmasoft export
  • fix of a visual glitch whereby windows are not refreshed and white areas remain
  • update of the Sentinel licensing framework
  • more explicit info for isopleth calculations
  • more explicit text in martensite utility tool
  • fixed maximum number of points in general steel quench properties/solidification calculations
  • fixed a numerical issue which removed the wrong point in general steel quench properties/solidification calculations
  • avoid possible mistakes due to points interpolation in general steel quench properties/solidification calculations
  • fixed missing viscosity and surface tension plots
  • fixed an intermediary calculation in advanced TTT/CCT calculations going needlessly low in temperature
  • fixed disappearing picture export and change title dialogs in strain vs cycles plot for Fatigue Related calculation
  • forced export of room temperature data in flow-stress export to third party software
Keep up to date with all the conferences and exhibitions where Sente Software or one of its representatives will be present by checking out our