2019 №02 (02) DOI of Article
2019 №02 (04)

Современная электрометаллургия 2019 #02
SEM, 2019, #2, 13-21 pages

Journal                    Современная электрометаллургия
Publisher                International Association «Welding»
ISSN                      2415-8445 (print)
Issue                       № 2, 2019 (June)
Pages                      13-21

Получение толстых вакуумных конденсатов высокоэнтропийных сплавов CrFeCoNiCu и AlCrFeCoNiCu методом электронно-лучевого осаждения

А.И. Устинов1, С.С. Полищук2, С.А. Демченков1, Т.В. Мельниченко1
1ИЭС им. Е.О. Патона НАН Украины. 03150, г. Киев, ул. Казимира Малевича, 11. E-mail: office@paton.kiev.ua
2Институт металлофизики им. Г.В. Курдюмова НАН Украины. 03680, г. Киев, бульв. Академика Вернадского, 36. E-mail: metal@imp.kiev.ua

Исследованы закономерности формирования из паровой фазы толстых (до 100 мкм) конденсатов высокоэнтропийных сплавов систем CrFeCoNiCu и AlCrFeCoNiCu при электронно-лучевом осаждении. Получены вакуумные конденсаты сплава CrFeCoNiCu при стационарном режиме испарения слитка CrFeCoNiCu, а сплава AlCrFeCoNiCu — путем совместного осаждения паровых потоков сплава CrFeCoNiCu и Al на общую подложку. Установлено, что стационарному режиму испарения слитка CrFeCoNiCu предшествует переходной процесс испарения элементов с переменными соотношениями компонентов, обусловленный различием коэффициентов их активности в ванне расплава. Показано, что температурные границы структурных зон вакуумных конденсатов высокоэнтропийных сплавов смещены относительно границ структурных зон, свойственных чистым металлам и соединениям. Библиогр. 31, табл. 2, рис. 8.
Ключевые слова: высокоэнтропийные сплавы; электронно-лучевое осаждение; вакуумные конденсаты; фазовый состав; структурные зоны; кристаллографическая текстура

Received:                18.03.19
Published:               13.06.19

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