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For your convenience, EWI offers free design tools to assist you with materials and performance modeling.

Materials Modeling

Any metal or alloy that is subjected to dynamic thermal cycles during welding undergoes dramatic changes in microstructure. Understanding and being able to predict these changes has driven the creation of many numerical models. Try these free Materials Modeling Tools .  

Performance Modeling

The difference in weld metal and base metal property can dictate the performance of the overall weld. In certain cases, these differential effects can be predicted very easily using analytical formulations. Check out these free Performance Modeling Tools.

Additional modeling tools are available exclusively to EWI members.

The online calculators are provided for educational purposes only and are based on published work.

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