Complex Concentrated Alloys (CCAs)
Current Understanding and Future Opportunities
Mukherjee, Sundeep (editor)
This book is a collection of several unique articles on the current state of research on complex concentrated alloys, as well as their compelling future opportunities in wide ranging applications. Complex concentrated alloys consist of multiple principal elements and represent a new paradigm in structural alloy design. They show a range of exceptional properties that are unachievable in conventional alloys, including high strength–ductility combination, resistance to oxidation, corrosion/wear resistance, and excellent high-temperature properties. The research articles, reviews, and perspectives are intended to provide a wholistic view of this multidisciplinary subject of interest to scientists and engineers.
Keywordshigh-entropy alloy; laser cladding; microstructure; slurry erosion; Nb/SiC composite material; hot pressing sintering; mechanical property; corrosion; surface degradation; wear; high entropy alloys; complex concentrated alloys; potentiodynamic polarization; erosion-corrosion; slurry-erosion; oxidation wear; highly wear resistant coatings; multi-principal element alloys; computational models; first-principles calculations; molecular dynamics; phases; properties; dislocation nucleation; activation volume; activation energy; nano-indentation; high/medium entropy alloys; spark plasma sintering; pressure; mechanical properties; high-entropy; high pressure; high pressure torsion; diamond anvil cells; CoCrFeMnNi high entropy alloys; additive manufacturing; corrosion behavior; non-equilibrium microstructure; micro-pores; high-entropy alloys; corrosion resistance; wear resistance; serrated flow; thermal coarsening; actuators; phase transformation; nanoporous metals and alloys; AlCoCrFeNi2.1; CCA; HEA; aging; precipitates; tribology; creep; stress exponent; data analysis; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology