Our Software

 

Key Features

  • Pre-screening of potential thermodynamically stable nc alloys
  • Selecting the most optimal alloying elements in order to obtain thermal stability in the resulting material
  • Indicating the particular elements proportion which gives the alloy thermal stability
  • Enabling the user to select the desired grain-size
  • Providing the processing temperature and service temperature of the alloy
  • The model has currently application to binary metallic systems while there is the possibility to be expanded to ternary and quaternary systems.

Application Areas

Conceptually new structural materials, engineered nanostructures for catalysis & energy production, radiation-tolerant metals, lightweight alloys, corrosion-resistant coatings/thin films will become available unlocking many challenges faced nowadays by science and technology in the various fields. 
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 713514.

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