Compositional design of multi-component alloys by high-throughput screening

Multi-component materials are among the most promising materials in the engineering and biomedical applications. Compared with traditional alloys, the composition design of multi-component materials is more complicated, and lots of alloys with different compositions need to be prepared and tested. In addition, the relationship between the mixing entropy and performance of multi-component materials are nonlinear, so the structure and performance cannot be effectively predicted by mixing entropy values, which makes it more difficult to design the alloys efficiently. In this case, high-throughput technology is effective for solving this issue. A recent study reported that high-throughput screening of the composition and Young's modulus of Ti-Zr-Nb alloy was successfully achieved by co-sputtering technology with the aid of a physical mask.

Compositional design of multi-component alloys by high-throughput screening

Multi-component materials are among the most promising materials in the engineering and biomedical applications. Compared with traditional alloys, the composition design of multi-component materials ...

Wed 15 May 19 from Phys.org

Compositional design of multi-component alloys by high-throughput screening, Tue 14 May 19 from Eurekalert

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