FRACTURE OF MULTI-PRINCIPAL ELEMENT ALLOYS [Poster #23]
David CookGrand Ballroom D
Yield strength and fracture toughness are often mutually exclusive properties in metals and their alloys. The CrCoNi-based face-centered cubic (fcc) multi-principal element alloys (MPEAs) are known to possess extraordinary high fracture toughness that is enhanced at cryogenic temperatures; however, their relatively low yield strengths limit their engineering applications. This study investigates the role of sub-grain cellular structures in CrCoNi introduced by laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) that enhance its strength, with small compromise to the fracture toughness.
University of California Berkeley, United States of America
Tue 18:00 - 19:00