Atomic packing density and its influence on the properties of Cu-Zr amorphous alloys
- Atomic packing density and its influence on the properties of Cu-Zr amorphous alloys
- 박경원; 장재일; Masato Wakeda; Yoji Shibutani; 이재철
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- Scripta materialia
- VOL 57, NO 9-808
- This study examined the structural factors that determine the properties of amorphous alloys. The properties of amorphous alloys were found to be intimately related to the atomic packing density, characterized by short-range ordered (SRO) atomic clusters and free volume. With increasing packing density, the modulus and strength increased, while the plasticity decreased. We discuss the fundamental microstructural aspects that influence several representative properties of amorphous alloys in terms of the packing state characterized by fractions of SRO atomic clusters.
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