Multi-stage deformation process in high-entropy alloys at ultra-low temperatures revealed
High-entropy alloys, which have excellent mechanical properties such as high ductility at ultra-low temperatures, are expected to be new structural materials for applications at low temperatures. The research team led by Professor Wang from City University of Hong Kong studied the deformation process of High-entropy alloys at ultra-low temperatures by an in-situ neutron diffraction experiment using Engineering Materials Diffractometer "TAKUMI" at J-PARC and revealed the mechanism of the deformation.
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J-PARC (in Japanese)