Matereality Software Modules
The Loader allows users to populate their material libraries with properties. Capture single point or multivariate data, images, graphs, equation coefficients. Fit and plot equations against raw data. Record pedigree and traceability information in conformance with ISO 17025 reporting requirements. Attach test reports.
The Viewer is used to view and analyze material data of any complexity with detailed data inspection and curve interrogation, zoom, variability and trend analytics. Plot equations against raw data. Automatically convert units, create graphs for visualization and export to Excel, reports and presentations.
The Modeler creates CAE material parameters from raw material data and writes CAE-ready input material files. This includes simple elastic, elastic-plastic, temperature/rate-dependent, viscoelastic, hyperelastic material models for FEA, plus injection-molding simulation parameters. A graphical user interface allows for editing and fine-tuning of the material model parameters prior to material file creation.
The Analyzer provides analytical tools to compare and contrast materials. It can be used to view historical data trends and perform statistical analysis on single-point data for quality control applications. Automated cross-plotting of curve data allows different materials to be quickly compared without export to Excel.
The Printer module automatically compiles test data, graphs, and analytics of one or more datasets into a document. Select the sections you do not want to print, annotate with your comments and observations. Then print to paper or PDF.
The Importer module allows for cut and paste import of tables of data, material nomenclatures, specifications, and other materials information. Use the Excel Importer to map your standard Excel lab outputs for one-click import to your Properties Library.
The Clipboard provides a workspace to collect material datasets for comparison and analysis. Reports can be created using the automated Printer module.