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“…Meanwhile, tensile properties of AM CrCoNi (490 MPa, 790 MPa, 57%) is comparable to those of cast-wrought CrCoNi alloys (360-440 MPa, 800-890 MPa, 46-72%) 4,6,9 . A recent study of the cast-wrought CrCoNi shows wide ranges of σ y (350-1300 MPa), σ UTS (800-1300 MPa), and ε f (15-75%) depending on degrees of recrystallization relevant to twins and dislocation densities 13 . Higher work hardening was observed in AM CrCoNi compared to the AM SS 316 L in true stress-strain curve (shown in Fig.…”
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“…Meanwhile, tensile properties of AM CrCoNi (490 MPa, 790 MPa, 57%) is comparable to those of cast-wrought CrCoNi alloys (360-440 MPa, 800-890 MPa, 46-72%) 4,6,9 . A recent study of the cast-wrought CrCoNi shows wide ranges of σ y (350-1300 MPa), σ UTS (800-1300 MPa), and ε f (15-75%) depending on degrees of recrystallization relevant to twins and dislocation densities 13 . Higher work hardening was observed in AM CrCoNi compared to the AM SS 316 L in true stress-strain curve (shown in Fig.…”
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“…4) demonstrates that the nonhomogeneous plastic deformation in the HGS imparts an additional long-range hardening effect from unusually high back stresses. After this example, several HEAs/MEAs have also been shown to exhibit wide hysteresis loops 36,39,45,59 (see Fig. 4).…”
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“…To address this, in Fig. 3 we also highlight FCC alloys 23,24,32,[51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60] heterogeneously structured but without second phases. One example is a single-phase CrCoNi MEA (red solid balls 23 ) with abundant heterogeneities such as a purposely designed heterogeneous grain structure (HGS) (Fig.…”
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“…In consequence, the tensile uniform elongation of the MEA with HGS was enhanced up to 20% even when the yield strength was improved to above 1 GPa ( Figure 1b) [17]. Similar to the above processing approach, Slone et al [87] produced another type of HGS with partially recrystallized microstructure in a similar MEA. Striking hysteresis loops are also observed not only in the sample with HGS at the early stage of plastic deformation, but also in the partially recrystallized sample with relatively homogeneous grain structure at end stage of uniform deformation.…”
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