标题:Interatomic potentials of W–V and W–Mo binary systems for point defects studies
作者:Chen Y.; Liao X.; Gao N.; Hu W.; Gao F.; Deng H.
作者机构:[Chen, Y] Department of Applied Physics, School of Physics and Electronics, Hunan University, Changsha, 410082, China;[ Liao, X] College of Materials 更多
通讯作者:Deng, H(hqdeng@hnu.edu.cn)
通讯作者地址:[Deng, H] Department of Applied Physics, School of Physics and Electronics, Hunan UniversityChina;
来源:Journal of Nuclear Materials
出版年:2020
卷:531
DOI:10.1016/j.jnucmat.2020.152020
关键词:Interatomic potentials; Molecular dynamics simulation; Point defects; W–Mo; W–V
摘要:Interatomic potentials for tungsten–vanadium (W–V) and tungsten–molybdenum (W–Mo) binary systems have been developed based on Finnis–Sinclair formalism. The potentials are based on an accurate previously developed potential of pure W. Potential parameters of V–V, Mo–Mo, W–V and W–Mo were determined by fitting to a large database of experimental data as well as first principle calculations. These potentials were able to describe various fundamental physical properties of pure V and Mo, such as a lattice constant, cohesive energy, elastic constants, bulk modulus, vacancy and self-interstitial atom formation energies, stacking fault energies and a relative stability of <100> and ½<111> interstitial dislocation loops. Other fundamental properties of the potentials described included alloy behaviours, such as the formation energies of substitutional solute atoms, binding energies between solute atoms and point defects, formation energies and lattice constants of artificial ordered alloys. These results are in reasonable agreement with experimental or first principle results. Based on these results, the developed potentials are suitable for studying point defect properties and can be further used to explore displacement cascade simulations. © 2020 Elsevier B.V.
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