M700 Steel in Maxwell Electronics 2D Material Library

In summary, M700 Steel is a high-strength steel alloy commonly used in the Maxwell Electronics 2D Material Library. Its benefits include high strength, good electrical conductivity, and versatility for electronic applications. It is primarily used as a structural material in electronic devices and is considered to be a sustainable option due to its recycled materials and recyclability. However, its weight and potential cost may be drawbacks for some applications.
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M700 Steel Maxwell Electronics 2D Material Library
Hi everybody,

I don't have M700 grade silicon/electrical steel data to add to Maxwell Electronics 2D Material Library. How/Where can I find this data? Could you help me?

Thanks,
Oguzhan Gonc
 
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Welcome to PF.

I tried a Google search on your thread title, but didn't get any obviously good hits. Hopefully someone else may have suggestions for you here, but in the mean time have you posted this fairly specialized question in the Maxwell Electronics simulation discussion forum? That may get you a quicker reply...

https://forum.ansys.com/forums/topic/hello-i-want-to-ask-you-about-maxwell-2d/
 

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