Metastable high-entropy dual-phase alloys overcome the strength-ductility trade-off.

  title={Metastable high-entropy dual-phase alloys overcome the strength-ductility trade-off.},
  author={Zhiming Li and Konda Gokuldoss Pradeep and Yun Deng and Dierk Raabe and Cemal Cem Tasan},
  volume={534 7606},
Metals have been mankind's most essential materials for thousands of years; however, their use is affected by ecological and economical concerns. Alloys with higher strength and ductility could alleviate some of these concerns by reducing weight and improving energy efficiency. However, most metallurgical mechanisms for increasing strength lead to ductility loss, an effect referred to as the strength-ductility trade-off. Here we present a metastability-engineering strategy in which we design… CONTINUE READING
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