Microstructure evolution of fenicocral1.3 mo0.5 high entropy alloy during powder preparation, laser powder bed fusion, and microplasma spraying

Semikolenov, A., Kuznetsov, P., Bobkova, T., Shalnova, S., Klimova-Korsmik, O., Klinkov, V., Kobykhno, I., Larionova, T., Tolochko, O.

(2021) Materials, 14 (24), статья № 7870.


КРАТКОЕ ОПИСАНИЕ: In the present study, powder of FeCoCrNiMo0.5 Al1.3 HEA was manufactured by gas atomization process, and then used for laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) and microplasma spraying (MPS) technologies. The processes of phase composition and microstructure transformation during above mentioned processes and subsequent heat treatment were analyzed by X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS), and differential thermal analysis (DTA) methods. It was found that gas atomization leads to a formation of dendrites of body centered cubic (BCC) supersaturated solid solution with insignificant Mo-rich segregations on the peripheries of the dendrites. Annealing leads to an increase of element segregations till to decomposition of the BCC solid solution and formation of σ-phase and B2 phase. Microstructure and phase composition of L-PBF sample are very similar to those of the powder. The MPS coating has a little fraction of face centered cubic (FCC) phase because of Al oxidation during spraying and formation of regions depleted in Al, in which FCC structure becomes more stable. Maximum hardness (950 HV) is achieved in the powder and L-PBF samples after annealing at 600◦ C. Elastic modulus of the L-PBF sample, determined by nanoindentation, is 165 GPa, that is 12% lower than that of the cast alloy (186 GPa).


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