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Non-Isothermal Crystallization Kinetics of a Rapidly Solidified as-Cast TiZrHfNiCu High Entropy Bulk Metallic Glass

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Abstract: This paper aims to investigate the thermal behavior and crystallization kinetics of TiZrHfNiCu high entropy bulk metallic glass (HE-BMG) alloy using the standard procedure of Differential Scanning Calorimetric (DSC) annealing technique. The alloy was produced using an arc melting machine with a critical diameter of 1.5 mm. The crystallization kinetics and phase transformation mechanism of TiZrHfNiCu HE-BMG was investigated under the isochronal condition at a single heating run based on the Johnson-Mehl- Avrami (JMA) theory. In isochronal heating, the apparent activation energy for glass transition and crystallization events was analyzed by Kissinger and Ozawa methods. The average activation energy value for crystallization of TiZrHfNiCu amorphous alloys in isochronal modes was 226.41 kJ mol for the first crystallization and 297.72 kJ mol for second crystallization stages. The crystallization mechanism of the first step was dominated by two- and three-dimensional growth with increasing nucleation rate, while the crystallization mechanism in the second stage was dominated by two-dimensional crystallization growth with a constant nucleation rate. The diffusion mechanism result proved the theory of sluggish atomic diffusion of HEA at elevated temperature.

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