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High-entropy alloys, Part 1
High-entropy alloys: The future of alloying
High entropy alloys - by Professor Brian Cantor
Refractory High Entropy Alloys (2021 04 28 , ULTERAs, Lavanya Raman)
A rather nice article on vanadium based high-entropy alloys for the fusion reactor programme: type of designing technique is suitable for easy making of ant type of crystal structure whatever we want, Is artificial designing of alloy technique or natural designing of alloy technique? Is possible to arrange a atoms in any type of unit cell?
Good lecture! For which level is it?
I have never seen a more beneficial YouTube channel. Very good lectures from Prof. Sir Harry Badeshia. Thanks for sharing your intimate knowledge. Sir Badeshia, I wish you a long and healthy life. Best regards from Turkey.
First principles based (DFT) calculations can be used to quantify the effect of vibrational entropy in HEA's assuming harmonic approximations. I am yet to come across a systematic/rigorus study on this aspect.
Excellent Lecture ! Thank you Professor.
thank you professor, its a plaseure to see you. I have one question, you mentioned that is necesary abandoned the idea of clasified HEA for arbitrary concepts, for example 15 J/mol K for the entropy, so, for you, how would do you clasified this aleations? its looks like its not important, but, i think that its.
Thank you Sir for enlightening us on the prospects of HEAs and their industrial potential. The answer I was looking for since long for my research about engineering processing approach to HEAs is answered so lucidly
Always pleasure to watch Sir Harry Bhadeshia sir lectures. His practical approach to explain each and every topic has been phenomenal. Thank you very much.
Totally loved the lecture. Thank you very much.
É isso que o brasileiro poderia estar consumindo em seu tempo livre com um pouco de dedicação, mas não, ouvir funk e pagar de gangster é muito mais fácil
Ifeel allot can come from this.
A very nice video nevertheless.
They put Titanium (Ti) in the spot for Thallium (Tl)
"You are missing my point, Brain; you are missing my point. I think that there is enough money. But people are not focusing on the right problem in high-entropy alloys, which is actually to scale up and to look at an application because once you look at an application, you have to satisfy more than just one property and a vast majority of high-entropy alloy papers focus on just one or two properties whereas you need a combination of properties to actually produce a component, and that actually is very challenging for research. So, it’s not something taking away from basic research, but if we focus on a bank of properties as needed for a particular component, then you do remarkably interesting research." These sentences contain sufficient power to sway my way of thinking in multicomponent alloys.
Very very good lecture. But, if all materials are called H2O or CO2 alloys? I know what Prof. Cantor try to express, but I may not agree with this point.
Very thankful to having this lecture.
Thank you for uploading this to YouTube. I´m preparing to defend my thesis about High Entropy Alloys in Universidad de Santiago de Chile. This will serve me a lot. Greeting from Chile!
insightful seminar, thank you to Prof. Cantor, Prof. Miani and Prof Badeshia, you guys are true motivators to us to excel in the material science field.
Thank you sooo much for putting this video in YouTube. It was really helpful for me. I am an undergraduate student from India and working on High Entropy alloys.
I manage a materials R&D group at a reasonably sized material company and have felt HEA's offer a rare opportunity to produce something truly new in our markets. However when trying to obtain funding for this effort I run into the top management looking at each other and asking, "have any of our customers been asking about HEA's?" and they say no, so heads shake and nothing happens. I think it's the wrong question they are asking, but I think you can see the quandary. Unfortunately it seems to me that what is needed to truly move a materials application forward in a focused manner is having an urgent issue which is intractable using currently available materials.
Thank you for considering to share this lecture on an exciting new materials frontier with a broader array of society Professor Bhadeshia. Keep Up the Good Work Harry! With Kind Regards,
Would you happen to know or have access to the result of a 1/3 copper 1/3 silver 1/3 gold alloy electrical properties etc.?
An interesting presentation indeed. However, the 'Scaling Up' is an important factor to be considered during the development of this class of materials.
Hello Sir, I am studying in Kakeshita Lab in Osaka, and will soon go to Kainuma Lab in Tohoku for my PHD program. I think HEA is just like SMA materials in many ways. It is of great interest to undercover the mechanics behind HEA, but lacks of urgency to actually apply HEA in real life. Simply because its too expensive, it is really hard to see any major application in our lifetime.
I follow your presentation and I must say that was a very comprehensive and in-depth analysis about refractory high entropy alloys. Congratulations.

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