Material properties at elevated temperature

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Hi everyone, Please help me, I am almost dying for this project.
I am doing a project that is dealing with high temperature, and i would like to ask you guys, is there any way to get the material properties of alloy, ceramics, or glass(fused quartz) at high temperature?

i have tried to check the CRC handbook but yet, still doesnt really get what i wanted. and i have tried google scholar too, yet no luck...is it either me suck at finding stuff or these value are really hard to find or doesnt exist(this is so impossible!!)

I am trying to get a fracture of toughness of fused quartz at 500 C, and other properties

Thanks!!
 

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In general, you could try the appropriate ASM Handbook or NIST Database.

http://products.asminternational.org/hbk/index.jsp
http://www.acers.org/cic/propertiesdb.asp

ACS (Am. Ceramics Soc.) may have something useful too.

For the fracture toughness of fused quartz, see: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/119568051/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

WOW! thanks gokul! i ve been trying to find one but i cant!!
appriciate it!

1 more question though, for material density (especiall gas) at high temperature? do you know where i could find those? thanks!
 
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At sufficiently high temperatures, the ideal gas law will give you a fair approximation of the density of a gas. If you're worried about the accuracy, you could perhaps look up the Van der Waals constants (in CRC) for the gas in question to get a more accurate value for the density.
 

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