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||2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Microstructural Template Consisting of a Face-Centered Cubic Matrix with Ordered Precipitates: Microstructural Evolution and Properties
||Precipitation and Deformation Mechanisms of γ’/γ” Co-precipitates in Alloy 718
||Hariharan Sriram, Kamal Kadirvel, Rongpei Shi, Longsheng Feng, Michael J Mills, Yunzhi Wang
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Alloy 718, widely used in aerospace and power industries, is strengthened by both γ’ (L12) and γ” (D022) intermetallic phases that are coherently embedded in a γ (FCC) phase matrix. Experimental characterizations have revealed a rich variety of γ’/γ” co-precipitate microstructures and puzzling deformation microstructures. We present a simulation study of the nucleation, growth and coarsening mechanisms associated with the formation and stability of such γ’/γ” co-precipitates, as well as their deformation mechanisms, in contrast to those of individual precipitates, using a combination of CALPHAD, ab initio, and phase-field approaches. Co-precipitation is found energetically favorable during nucleation because of the synergistic effect in reducing the coherency elastic strain. Co-precipitates have significantly different growth and coarsening behaviors, and their deformation mechanisms are extremely complicated. This work is supported by DOE/NETL.
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