Towards superior mechanical properties of hetero-structured high-entropy alloys via engineering multicomponent intermetallic nanoparticles

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)39-44
Journal / PublicationScripta Materialia
Volume183
Online published20 Mar 2020
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2020

Abstract

Dual-phase high-entropy alloys strengthened by multicomponent intermetallic nanoparticles represent a unique class of hetero-structured materials with potentially superior mechanical properties for structural applications. Due to the multicomponent chemistries of both nanoparticles and the matrix, as well as the coherent interfaces between them, these alloys can possess excellent strength-ductility combinations over a wide temperature range. This brief viewpoint article gives an overview of the major developments achieved recently. Advantages over other classes of metallic materials as well as limitations in this field are also carefully discussed. The results provide new insights into the development of high-performance structural materials via multicomponent-nanoparticle engineering.

Research Area(s)

  • High-entropy alloys, Mechanical properties, Multicomponent intermetallic, Precipitation strengthening

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