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|標題:||Structural evolution during mechanical milling and subsequent annealing of Cu-Ni-Al-Co-Cr-Fe-Ti alloys|
|期刊/報告no：:||Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 118, Issue 2-3, Page(s) 354-361.|
|摘要:||This study reports the structural evolution of high-entropy alloys from elemental materials to amorphous phases during mechanical alloying, and further, to equilibrium phases during subsequent thermal annealing. Four alloys from quaternary CU(0.5)NiAlCo to septenary CU(0.5)NiAlCoCrFeTi were analyMicrostructure examinations reveal that during mechanical alloying, Cu and Ni first formed a solid solution, and then other elements gradually dissolved into the solid solution which was finally transformed into amorphous structures after prolonged milling. During thermal annealing, recovery of the ary phous powders begins at 100 degrees C, crystallization occurs at 250-280 degrees C, and precipitation and grain groof equilibrium phases occur at higher temperatures. The glass transition temperature usually observed in bulk amorphous alloys was not observed in the present amorphous phases. These structural ev, tion reveal three physical significances for high-entropy alloys: (1) the annealed state of amorphous powders produces simple equilibrium solid solution phases instead of complex phases, confirming high-entropy effect; (2) amorphization caused by mechanical milling still meets the minimum criteria for amorphization based on topological instability proposed by Egami; and (3) the nonexistence glass transition temperature suggests that Inoue's rules for bulk amorphous alloys are still crucial for existence of glass transition for a high-entropy amorphous alloy. (C) 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||材料科學與工程學系|
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