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THERMODYNAMIC STABILITY AND ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF Fe-Al-BASED SUPERALLOYS

Authors

ŠOB Mojmír FRIÁK Martin ŠESTÁK Petr ŘEHÁK Petr ČERNÝ Miroslav VŠIANSKÁ Monika PAVLŮ Jana MIHÁLIKOVÁ Ivana SLÁVIK Anton MAZALOVÁ Martina KOPECKÝ Vojtěch KOUTNÁ Nikola

Year of publication 2019
Type Chapter of a book
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Citation
Description Our modern highly industrialized society increasingly requires new structural materials for high-temperature applications in automotive and energy-producing industrial sectors. These new materials will allow (i) for higher operational temperatures in energy-conversion units, and, consequently, (ii) for a higher efficiency, resulting in significant energy savings and lower emissions. Such major advancements will not be possible without a deeper fundamental understanding of structure-property relations spanning from atomistic to microstructural levels. Fe-Al-based superalloys represent a very promising class of materials which can potentially replace expensive Ni-based superalloys used as materials for, e.g. turbine blades in aircraft engines operating at high-temperatures and under high-pressures. To design new Fe-Al-based alloys, a challenging materials-design approach should be adopted to identify suitable combinations of alloying elements.
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