Influence of aluminum concentration on the properties of NiCrCoFeMnAl high entropy alloy
Designing of high-entropy alloys (HEAs) is one of the most important directions of developing modern materials science. Currently, the full range of new developed HEA materials and their possible properties are still rarely revealed. Obtaining such multicomponent alloys is a complex scientific and technological task, therefore, to obtain an alloy with certain properties, designing the right elements and their concentrations and predicting their reliable properties are of great critical. In this paper, the influence of aluminum concentration on the phase composition and properties of Nickel alloys treated at a temperature of 600 ° C, the results are predicted using computer modeling of material properties. The experiments showed a significant effect of Al concentration on the phase composition of the material, density, young's modulus, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and molar volume.