Strengthening of Al0.15CoCrCuFeNiTix-C (x=0, 1, 2) high-entropy alloys by grain refinement and using nanoscale carbides via powder metallurgical route
- Strengthening of Al0.15CoCrCuFeNiTix-C (x=0, 1, 2) high-entropy alloys by grain refinement and using nanoscale carbides via powder metallurgical route
- 황준연; 최현주; 남승진; 김문재
- High Entropy Alloy; Structure analysis; Mechanical properties
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- Journal of alloys and compounds
- VOL 762-37
- In this study, Al0.15CoCrCuFeNiTix-C (x = 0, 1, 2) high-entropy alloys (HEAs) were produced via powder metallurgy routes, and the microstructural evolution and mechanical properties of the alloys were investigated with respect to the alloys of Ti content. Cr-carbides were formed in the Ti-free alloy, whereas the Ti-containing alloys contained Ti-carbides instead of Cr-carbides because Ti has a higher affinity for C than it does for Cr. Sigma phases were also formed in the Al0.15CoCrCuFeNiTi2-C alloy. The formation of carbides and intermetallic compounds altered the composition and structure of the solid-solution phases. High-energy ball-milling led to the refinement of microstructures to the nanoscale, and the average grain size of the alloys decreased with increasing Ti content because of the grain-boundary pinning effect of TiC. As a result, the Al0.15CoCrCuFeNiTix-C (x = 0, 1, 2) alloys exhibited high strengths of 2047, 2199, and 2877 MPa, respectively.
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