Applying a machine learning interatomic potential to unravel the effects of local lattice distortion on the elastic properties of multi-principal element alloys

  title={Applying a machine learning interatomic potential to unravel the effects of local lattice distortion on the elastic properties of multi-principal element alloys},
  author={Mehdi Jafary-Zadeh and Khoong Hong Khoo and Robert Laskowski and Paulo Sergio Branicio and Alexander V. Shapeev},
  journal={Journal of Alloys and Compounds},

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