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Atomistic Investigation of Elementary Dislocation Properties Influencing Mechanical Behaviour of $Cr_{15}Fe_{46}Mn_{17}Ni_{22}$ alloy and $Cr_{20}Fe_{70}Ni_{10}$ alloy

  title={Atomistic Investigation of Elementary Dislocation Properties Influencing Mechanical Behaviour of \$Cr\_\{15\}Fe\_\{46\}Mn\_\{17\}Ni\_\{22\}\$ alloy and \$Cr\_\{20\}Fe\_\{70\}Ni\_\{10\}\$ alloy},
  author={Ayobami Daramola and Anna Fraczkiewicz and Giovanni Bonny and Akiyoshi Nomoto and Gilles Adjanor and Christophe Domain and Ghiath Monnet},
In this work, molecular dynamics (MD) simulations were used to investigate elementary dislocation properties in a Co-free high entropy (HEA) model alloy (Cr 15 Fe 46 Mn 17 Ni 22 at. %) in comparison with a model alloy representative of Austenitic Stainless Steel (ASS) (Cr 20 Fe 70 Ni 10 at. %). Recently developed embedded-atom method (EAM) potentials were used to describe the atomic interactions in the alloys. Molecular Statics (MS) calculations were used to study the dislocation properties in… 


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