Chen's lattice inversion embedded-atom method for Ni-Al alloy

@article{Chuanhui2012ChensLI,
  title={Chen's lattice inversion embedded-atom method for Ni-Al alloy},
  author={Zhang Chuan-hui and Huang Shuo and Shen Jiang and Chen Nan‐xian},
  journal={Chinese Physics B},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={113401}
}
The structural properties, the enthalpies of formation, and the mechanical properties of some Ni–Al intermetallic compounds (NiAl, Ni3Al, NiAl3, Ni5Al3, Ni3Al4) are studied by using Chen’s lattice inversion embedded-atom method (CLI-EAM). Our calculated lattice parameters and cohesive energies of Ni–Al compounds are consistent with the experimental and the other EAM results. The results of enthalpy of formation indicate a strong chemical interaction between Ni and Al in the intermetallic… Expand
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