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High-Entropy Alloys. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 4659896
  • Book
  • 388 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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High-Entropy Alloys, Second Edition provides a complete review of the current state of the field of high entropy alloys (HEA). Building upon the first edition, this fully updated release includes new theoretical understandings of these materials, highlighting recent developments on modeling and new classes of HEAs, such as Eutectic HEAs and Dual phase HEAs. Due to their unique properties, high entropy alloys have attracted considerable attention from both academics and technologists. This book presents the fundamental knowledge, the spectrum of various alloy systems and their characteristics, key focus areas, and the future scope of the field in terms of research and technological applications.

  • Provides an up-to-date, comprehensive understanding on the current status of HEAs in terms of theoretical understanding and modeling efforts
  • Gives a complete idea on alloy design criteria of various classes of HEAs developed so far
  • Discusses the microstructure property correlations in HEAs in terms of structural and functional properties
  • Presents a comparison of HEAs with other multicomponent systems, like intermetallics and bulk metallic glasses

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1. A brief history of alloys and the birth of high-entropy alloys 2. High-entropy alloys: basic concepts 3. Physical metallurgy of high-entropy alloys (New Chapter) 4. Alloy design and phase selection rules in high-entropy alloys 5. Alloy Design in the 21st century: ICME and materials genome and artificial intelligence strategies 6. Synthesis and processing 7. Solid Solution phases and their microstructures in HEAs 8. Special subgroups of high-entropy alloys 9. High-entropy ceramics (New chapter) 10. High-entropy alloy coatings (New chapter) 11. Structural properties 12. Functional properties 13. Applications and future directions

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Murty, B.S.
Dr. B.S. Murty is a Professor, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT Madras, Chennai, India. He has pioneered the synthesis of nanocrystalline materials by mechanical alloying route. His other important contributions are in the field of bulk metallic glasses and in-situ composites. He has co-authrored a Text Book on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. He has also made significant contributions to the field of high-entropy alloys.
Yeh, Jien-Wei
Dr. J.W. Yeh is a Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C. He is the first to propose the concept of HEAs and HE-related materials. He has dug into this field for more than 18 years. His other important contributions are in the field of high-strength Al and Mg alloys, metal-matrix composites, rapid solidification, and reciprocating extrusion.
Ranganathan, S.
Dr. Srinivasa Ranganathan is NASI Platinum Jubilee Fellow at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. His academic career as an educator and researcher in metallurgy for the past four decades at the Banaras Hindu University and the Indian Institute of Science has been stellar. He has made significant contributions to our understanding of the structure of interfaces, quasicrystals, bulk metallic glasses and nanostructured materials. He has co-authored a book on New Geometries for New Materials.
Bhattacharjee, P. P.
Dr. Pinaki Bhattacharjee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineerinng at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad. His research interests include deformation and restoration behaviour of metallic materials, as well as crystallographic texture, and the application of high resolution Electron Back Scatter Diffraction (EBSD) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) techniques in materials characterization.
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