A method of producing carbide materials with a high-entropy alloy bond, which uses a material based on a tungsten carbide matrix and a high-entropy alloy bond. All the components are weighed in the required proportions, the tungsten carbide powder and simple high-entropy alloy components are mixed in a mill, molded, and then pre- and final sintered. In this case, the high-entropy alloy includes NiFeCrWMo, and the final sintering takes place under a pressure of 15-20 MPa at a temperature of 1350-1380 °C for 5±1 min.

The useful model relates to the field of powder metallurgy, namely, to methods for creating composite powder materials of the tungsten carbide system – a highly entropic alloy with a high level of mechanical and ballistic properties.

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