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Exploration of Ternary Subsystems of Superalloys by High-Throughput Thin Film Experimentation: Optical and Electrical Data of the Co-Al-W System

  • Dennis Naujoks (a1), Dennis Koenig (a1) and Alfred Ludwig (a1)

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The complete ternary system Co-Al-W was fabricated as a thin film materials library by combinatorial magnetron sputtering. The materials library was investigated using high-throughput characterization methods such as optical measurements as well as automated resistance screening. The obtained data indicate possible phase regions and compositional regions which show early surface oxidation. The demonstrated approach illustrates that using high-throughput measurement methods provides a fast access to data of relatively unexplored materials systems. The gained data provides a valuable basis for further in-depth studies of the investigated materials systems.

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Exploration of Ternary Subsystems of Superalloys by High-Throughput Thin Film Experimentation: Optical and Electrical Data of the Co-Al-W System

  • Dennis Naujoks (a1), Dennis Koenig (a1) and Alfred Ludwig (a1)

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