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||2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||High Entropy Alloys VIII
||Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Multi-phase CrMnFeCoNiAl0.75 High Entropy Alloy at Intermediate Temperature
||Lijing Lin, Zhihong Zhong, Peter K Liaw
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A multi-phase high-entropy alloy CrMnFeCoNiAl0.75 was found to be composed of the face-centered-cubic (FCC) ,body-centered-cubic (BCC) and cuboidal B2 structures, and exhibited the high strength and acceptable ductility both at room and elevated temperatures for structural applications. The alloy had a high compression yield strength of 1.194 GPa and limited plasticity of 2.72% at room temperature, while it showed a high yield strength and adequate plasticity at elevated temperatures up to 500 ℃, the value of which was 1.070 GPa and 15.30 %, respectively. The excellent mechanical properties of the CrMnFeCoNiAl0.75 alloy were attributed to a superalloy-like microstructure, which was characterized by cuboidal B2 precipitates coherently embedded in the BCC channel. Further increase in temperature resulted in pronounced softening.
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