Design of metastable complex-concentrated alloys through composition tailoring

Seungjin Nam, Sang Jun Kim, Kook Noh Yoon, Moon J. Kim, Manuel Quevedo-Lopez, Jun Yeon Hwang, Eun Soo Park*, Hyunjoo Choi*

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To develop alloys with high strength and reasonable ductility, CoCrFeNi-based metastable complex-concentrated alloys were designed using composition–property contour maps. The map was constructed by exploring the phase stability and mechanical behaviors of a series of CoCrFeNi alloy thin films synthesized via solid-state alloying of multilayer thin films. The concentrations of Co and Ni were key to activate metastable deformation behaviors by reducing the stacking fault energy of alloys and improve solid-solution strengthening, as expected from the atomic-level complexity related to the electronegativity difference. By optimizing the Co and Ni concentrations based on the composition-phase/mechanical property contour maps, we activated the combined deformation behavior of mechanical twinning and phase transformation. This resulted in a Co33Cr25Fe25Ni17 metastable complex-concentrated alloy with excellent tensile properties—yield strength of 234 MPa, ultimate tensile strength of 720 MPa, and elongation to failure of 80%. The proposed approach provides a useful guideline for the design of complex-concentrated alloys with customized properties through property predictive control.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículo111391
PublicaciónMaterials and Design
Volumen224
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EstadoPublicada - dic. 2022

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