Resources on High Entropy Alloys

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Our page on High Entropy Alloys provides an introduction to the subject.

The page explains why future High Entropy Alloys will exhibit benefits still unimaginable at the present time.

It is an exceptional opportunity for researchers to break through traditional limitations and to move significantly forward the limits normally accepted for possible realizations.

It is a unique way to find and develop new materials, by advancing beyond the limited capabilities of familiar alloys.

In the process a new Metallurgy is being explored and built anew.

Becoming familiar with the new discipline is a must for all professionals who should consider their duty to do their utmost to remain updated in their field.

This Bulletin_107 intends to supply a useful Reference List to add further updated information to that available in this website.

It could be kept handy for reference when required, to get Resources that may be helpful.

It is aknowledged that, as the progress is being accelerated, it will not take long until an updated revision of this Resource page will become necessary.

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April 2015 - Resources on High Entropy Alloys - Bulletin_107

PWL#140B - Bulletin_107: Resources on High Entropy Alloys, Exploitation, Microstructures and Properties, High Saturation Magnetization, Electrical Resistivity, and Malleability, Characterization, Light as Aluminum, Strong as Titanium, Tough and Ductile at Cryogenic Temperatures, Low-Density, High-Hardness, Processing, Microstructures, and Mechanical Behavior, Physical Properties, Eutectic Alloys, Refractory Alloys, Fatigue Behavior, Fracture Resistance, Corrosion behavior, Phase stability,  Higher Strength-to-Weight Ratio and much more...

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Resources on High Entropy Alloys

High-Entropy Alloys

High Entropy Alloys

High-Entropy Alloys – A New Era of Exploitation (Abstract)

Special Issue "High Entropy Alloys" (12 Articles Downloadable)

Microstructures and Properties of High-Entropy Alloys (Abstract)

High-Entropy Alloys with High Saturation Magnetization,
Electrical Resistivity, and Malleability


EBSD and EDS Characterization of High Entropy Alloys

High Entropy Alloys (Downloadable articles)

New 'high-entropy' alloy is as light as aluminum, as strong as titanium alloys

High-Entropy Alloys: A Critical Review (18 pages)

A Metallic Alloy That is Tough and Ductile at Cryogenic Temperatures

A Novel Low-Density, High-Hardness, High-entropy Alloy with Close-packed Single-phase Nanocrystalline Structures

High-entropy alloy exhibits low density but high hardness

Processing, Microstructures, and Mechanical Behavior of High-Entropy Alloys (103 pages)

Sample records for High Entropy Alloy from the National Library of Energy (Downloadable documents)

Physical Properties of High Entropy Alloys

A Promising New Class of High-Temperature Alloys:
Eutectic High-Entropy Alloys


Multicomponent and High Entropy Alloys

Fatigue Behavior of High-Entropy Alloys (78 pages)

Researchers test multi-element, high-entropy alloy with surprising results

A fracture-resistant high-entropy alloy for cryogenic applications

Magnetic and vibrational properties of high-entropy alloys

Progress in High-Entropy Alloys (2 pages)

Industrial development of high-entropy alloy (11 pages)

Nanostructured High-Entropy Alloys with Multiple Principal Elements: Novel Alloy Design Concepts and Outcomes

Refractory high-entropy alloys (Abstract)

Mechanical properties of refractory high entropy alloys (Abstract)

Corrosion behavior of high-entropy alloys in 3.5% sodium chloride solution (Abstract)

Phase stability in high entropy alloys

New model predicts formation of stable high-entropy alloys (Abstract)

High-Powered Laser Levitates High Entropy Alloy for Analysis

High entropy alloys and their development as structural materials
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Radiation Behavior of High-Entropy Alloys for Advanced Reactors

New alloy claimed to have higher strength-to-weight ratio than any other metal

High Entropy Alloys and Corrosion Resistance (5 pages)

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