WeibPar estimates Weibull parameters for time independent (fast fracture) specimen data and time dependent (dynamic fatigue) data.
A graphical view of the specimen data and parameter estimates is provided.
Connecticut Reserve Technologies developed WeibPar with in house funding along with specific upgrades funded by the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), and the ARMY Research Laboratory (ARL).
These agencies advocate the Weibull distribution for use in characterizing the failure behavior of brittle material systems.
WeibPar is available to interested organizations and individuals.
The list of companies using this software grows by the day, and covers most of the world.
More information about this software and related topics is available through the following links:
- WeibPar - Weibull parameter estimation program for Windows
- Documents - WeibPar User Guide and Theory Guides