The influence of 3d-metal alloy additions on the elastic and thermodynamic properties of CuPd3

  title={The influence of 3d-metal alloy additions on the elastic and thermodynamic properties of CuPd3},
  author={Huang Shuo and Zhang Chuan-hui and Sun Jing and Shen Jiang},
  journal={Chinese Physics B},
Embedded-atom method (EAM) potentials are used to investigate the effects of alloying (e.g. 3d-metals) on the trends of elastic and thermodynamic properties for CuPd3 alloy. Our calculated lattice parameter, cohesive energy, and elastic constants of CuPd3 are consistent with the available experimental and theoretical data. The results of elastic constants indicate that all these alloys are mechanically stable. Further mechanical behavior analysis shows that the additions of Cr, Fe, Co, and Ni… Expand
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