Project group leader

Dr. Fritz Körmann
Fritz Körmann
Phone: +49 211 6792 930
Fax: +49 211 6792 465
Room: 1151

Recent Publications

Z Li, F Körmann, B Grabowski, J Neugebauer, D Raabe
Ab initio assisted design of quinary dual-phase high-entropy alloys with transformation-induced plasticity
L. Rogal, P. Bobrowski, F. Körmann, S. Divinski, F. Stein, B. Grabowski
Computationally-driven engineering of sublattice ordering in a hexagonal AlHfScTiZr high entropy alloy
F. Körmann, A.V. Ruban, und M.F.H. Sluiter
Long-ranged interactions in bcc NbMoTaW high-entropy alloys
D. Ma, B. Grabowski, F. Körmann, J. Neugebauer, und D. Raabe
Ab initio thermodynamics of the CoCrFeMnNi high entropy alloy: Importance of entropy contributions beyond the configurational one
F. Körmann, D. Ma, M. Lucas, D. Belyea, C. Miller, B. Grabowski, und M.H.F. Sluiter
“Treasure maps” for magnetic high-entropy-alloys from theory and experiment

Complex Concentrated Alloys

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Complex Concentrated Alloys

The project group aims at the computational design and accelerated exploration of complex concentrated alloys (CCAs) and related concepts such as multi-principal element alloys and high entropy alloys (HEAs). Mechanical, thermodynamic and materials properties are investigated by means of computer simulations in close collaboration with experimental and theoretical partners at MPIE and worldwide. 

The various activities in the group related to

  • Method development for advancing thermodynamic ab initio approaches to complex alloys (in particular efficient tools for capturing lattice vibrations and magnetic fluctuations),
  • Interstitial defects and impact on stacking fault energies for complex alloys,
  • Screening of magnetic properties of high entropy alloys,
  • Phase stability and short-range order in multi-component alloys,

aim on extending the previously developed tools applied to unaries and selected ordered compounds for capturing magnetic and lattice free energy contributions towards more complex, multi-component alloys alas high entropy alloys. The developed methods are applied to screen for new promising alloys with desired magnetic and mechanical properties. 




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