I am looking for ASME approved material as follows:
SA-105, SA-106B & C, SA-312 TP 304/L & 316/L, SA-1008, SA-193-B7, SA-194-2H, SA-234-WPB, SA-516 GR 70N, SA-182 304/L & 316/L, etc.
Let me know what you find out..... I was looking for this same stuff and found it quite difficult to come up with. I started thinking that it would be nice to be able to get different material databases to load like we do with the weldment profiles and even sent in an enhancement request for such.
The best bet is to find yourself a good din to asme material conversion chart.
I was looking for the material mainly for the weights, so I ended up going with our standard mass settings on our parts. Then only time i really need to worry about material is when we are getting something made from aluminum, or starting a part from scratch that is not to the carbon steal standard.
I do not know of a "database" per se, but you can find some of them on MATWEB's site and if you pay for a membership you can export selected materials to a SOLIDWORKS database. Of course, you can also find all the data and build your own in the GUI of SOLIDWORKS or use a text editor and create your own if you feel brave and get the schema of how the material libraries are laid out.
Good luck as this has always been one of the less available items since most people just create ones that suit the materials they use and not many people have just created libraries for everyone to use.
I did find some useful sites...
ASME SA-105/SA-350 Grade LF2 Steel | Double Eagle Alloys
has many of the properties
Then for mass, I got the density from:
But as always, you can purchase the official data here:
ASTM A105 / A105M - 18 Standard Specification for Carbon Steel Forgings for Piping Applications
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