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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Environmental Degradation of Multiple Principal Component Materials
Presentation Title The Tribocorrosion Behaviors of Al0.1CrCoFeNi Multi-principal Element Alloys in Different pH Conditions
Author(s) Jia Chen, Wenbo Wang, Wenjun Cai
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Wenbo Wang
Abstract Scope Multi-principal element alloys (MPEAs) have grained increasing interests lately due to their exceptional mechanical, tribological and corrosion properties. The combination of these properties makes them ideal candidates for various applications under extreme conditions where surface stress and corrosive environments coexist. In the present study, the effects of pH on the tribocorrosion behavior of Al0.1CrCoFeNi MPEA was studied in simulated seawater under room temperature. The microstructure of as received and tribocorroded samples were characterized by scanning electron microscopy and x-ray diffraction. The element distribution and chemical state in worn and unworn areas were studied using energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The cross-sectional worn area was characterized by transmission electron microscopy. It was shown that this MPEA has the lowest corrosion resistance in alkaline solution, and the material loss increased with increasing pH, which is mainly dependent on the pH-dependent corrosion behavior of the alloy.
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Keywords High-Entropy Alloys, Environmental Effects, Characterization

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Equivalent Hydrogen Fugacity during Electrochemical Charging of Nickel Single Crystal: Comparison with Gaseous Hydrogen Charging
Experimental and Numerical Assessment of the Corrosion Behavior of a Friction Stir Processed Equiatomic CrMnFeCoNi High Entropy Alloy in a Neutral Environment
Exploring Hydrogen-induced Martensitic Transformation and Twinning Effects Metastable Fe-Mn-Co-Cr High Entropy Alloys
Exploring Untapped Potential in High Entropy Alloys: Combinatorial Exploration in Corrosive Environments
Hydrogen Embrittlement Behavior of Face-centered Cubic High-entropy Alloys
Investigation of Low Temperature Oxidation Behavior of MoNbTaW Thin Films
Joining of FeCrAl Based Alloys for Lead Cooled Fast Reactor Applications
Localized Corrosion Resistance of Ni-Cr-Co-Fe-Mo MPE Alloys in Aqueous and Methanolic Environments
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Microstructure and Corrosion of Multi-phase Ni-Fe-Cr-Mo-W-X Multi-principal Element Alloys
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