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The Materials Cyber- infrastructure Portal serves as an online access point to critical tools and resources—including computational models and materials databases—that can accelerate materials innovation processes within your organization or team.

The resources on the Portal can be sorted to reveal tools and databases that support prediction of processing outcomes, microstructure simulation and property prediction. These resources can be used to support ICME implementation in aerospace, automotive, and maritime contexts as well as other materials-intensive industries.

To learn more about how these resources can be used to support ICME implementation, download your free copy of the TMS study, Implementing ICME in the Aerospace, Automotive, and Maritime Industries.
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TMS Materials Cyberinfrastructure Portal

The Materials Cyberinfrastructure Portal serves as an online access point to critical tools and resources—including computational models and materials databases—that can accelerate materials innovation processes within your organization or team. Inspired by the TMS study, Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: Implementing ICME in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Maritime Industries, the portal was recently updated to reflect the latest thinking in the use of computational models and materials databases to accelerate materials design and advanced manufacturing.

The resources on this Portal can be accessed by the four tabs above to reveal resources which pertain to materials processing, microstructure, and properties as well as a general view which lists all resources on the portal. Also, toggle between the Public/Commercial tabs within each category to sort through open-access and commercially-supported tools and databases.

To learn more about how these resources can be used to support ICME implementation, click the button below to download your free copy of the TMS study, Implementing ICME in the Aerospace, Automotive, and Maritime Industries.”
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