His primary areas of investigation include Metallurgy, Alloy, Composite material, Amorphous metal and Microstructure. His study looks at the intersection of Metallurgy and topics like Plasticity with Condensed matter physics and Strain rate. He is involved in the study of Alloy that focuses on High entropy alloys in particular.
His research in High entropy alloys tackles topics such as Thermodynamics which are related to areas like Intermetallic and CALPHAD. His Amorphous metal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Titanium alloy, Zirconium alloy, Zirconium and Atomic ratio. Peter K. Liaw has included themes like Titanium, Coating, Phase diagram and Elongation in his Microstructure study.
Peter K. Liaw mainly investigates Composite material, Metallurgy, Amorphous metal, Alloy and Microstructure. His work on Metallurgy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Neutron diffraction. His Amorphous metal study incorporates themes from Shear, Shear band, Crystallization and Zirconium alloy.
His research in Alloy is mostly focused on High entropy alloys. His research on High entropy alloys frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Thermodynamics. His Deformation research includes elements of Crystal twinning and Dislocation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Alloy, Microstructure, High entropy alloys and Ultimate tensile strength. His Alloy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cubic crystal system, Condensed matter physics, Transmission electron microscopy and Strain hardening exponent. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Microstructure, concentrating on Nanoindentation and frequently concerns with Amorphous solid.
His High entropy alloys research is within the category of Metallurgy. His Ultimate tensile strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Indentation hardness and Grain size. Peter K. Liaw focuses mostly in the field of Corrosion, narrowing it down to matters related to Amorphous metal and, in some cases, Serration and Strain rate.
Peter K. Liaw focuses on Alloy, Composite material, Microstructure, High entropy alloys and Ultimate tensile strength. The various areas that Peter K. Liaw examines in his Alloy study include Thermodynamics, Plasticity, Corrosion, Transmission electron microscopy and Composite number. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Composite material, Ferritic alloy, Creep, Drop and Entropy is strongly linked to Thermal.
His High entropy alloys research is classified as research in Metallurgy. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fatigue resistance and Cyclic loading. In Ultimate tensile strength, Peter K. Liaw works on issues like Serration, which are connected to Strain rate and Amorphous metal.
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Microstructures and properties of high-entropy alloys
Yong Zhang;Ting Ting Zuo;Zhi Tang;Michael C. Gao.
Progress in Materials Science (2014)
Solid‐Solution Phase Formation Rules for Multi‐component Alloys
Yong Zhang;Yun Jun Zhou;Jun Pin Lin;Guo Liang Chen.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2008)
Refractory high-entropy alloys
O.N. Senkov;G.B. Wilks;G.B. Wilks;D.B. Miracle;C.P. Chuang.
Twinning–detwinning behavior during the strain-controlled low-cycle fatigue testing of a wrought magnesium alloy, ZK60A
L. Wu;A. Jain;D.W. Brown;G.M. Stoica.
Acta Materialia (2008)
Fatigue behavior of Al0.5CoCrCuFeNi high entropy alloys
M.A. Hemphill;T. Yuan;G.Y. Wang;J.W. Yeh.
Acta Materialia (2012)
Alloy Design and Properties Optimization of High-Entropy Alloys
Y. Zhang;X. Yang;P. K. Liaw.
Deviation from high-entropy configurations in the atomic distributions of a multi-principal-element alloy
Louis J. Santodonato;Louis J. Santodonato;Yang Zhang;Mikhail Feygenson;Chad M. Parish.
Nature Communications (2015)
High-entropy Alloys with High Saturation Magnetization, Electrical Resistivity and Malleability
Yong Zhang;TingTing Zuo;YongQiang Cheng;Peter K. Liaw.
Scientific Reports (2013)
Texture evolution of five wrought magnesium alloys during route A equal channel angular extrusion: Experiments and simulations
S.R. Agnew;P. Mehrotra;T.M. Lillo;G.M. Stoica.
Acta Materialia (2005)
Bulk Metallic Glasses : an overview
Michael Miller;Peter Liaw.
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