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Effect of cyclic deformation on the pseudoelasticity characteristics of Ti-Ni alloys
Change in the pseudoelasticity characteristics of Ti-Ni alloys during tension cycling was investigated. The critical stress for inducing martensites and the hysteresis of a stress-strain curveExpand
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Martensitic transformation, shape memory effect and superelasticity of Ti–Nb binary alloys
Abstract Shape memory and superelastic properties associated with the martensitic transformation from β to α″ martensite were investigated in Ti–(15–35) at.% Nb alloys. The transformation strain andExpand
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Deformation and transition behavior associated with theR-phase in Ti-Ni alloys
Deformation behavior associated with theR-phase (rhombohedral phase) transition and the subsequent martensitic transformation was studied systematically in Ti-Ni alloys by tensile testing over a wideExpand
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CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF THE MARTENSITE IN Ti-49.2 at.%Ni ALLOY ANALYZED BY THE SINGLE CRYSTAL X-RAY DIFFRACTION METHOD
Abstract The crystal structure of the martensite in Ti-49.2 at.%Ni alloy was analyzed by the single crystal X-ray diffraction method in a straightforward manner. The space group was confirmed to beExpand
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Crystallography of martensitic transformation in TiNi single crystals
Abstract The crystallography of the cubic-to-monoclinic stress-induced martensitic transformation in a Ti-49.8at%Ni alloy was studied using single crystals. Experimental results were compared withExpand
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Development of Shape Memory Alloys
Recent development of shape memory alloys is reviewed, emphasis being placed on theTi–Ni, Cu–based and ferrous alloys which are considered as practical materials for applications among many shapeExpand
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Shape memory characteristics of Ti–22Nb–(2–8)Zr(at.%) biomedical alloys
Abstract Shape memory characteristics of Ti–22Nb–(2–8)Zr(at.%) biomedical alloys were investigated by using tensile tests and X-ray diffraction (XRD) measurement. The alloy ingots were fabricated byExpand
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Martensitic transformation and shape memory behavior in sputter-deposited TiNi-base thin films
Abstract Since 1990, TiNi and TiNiX (X=Cu, Pd, Hf) thin films have been made by sputtering. The motivation for fabricating sputter-deposited TiNi-base shape memory alloy thin films originates fromExpand
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Texture of Ti–Ni rolled thin plates and sputter-deposited thin films
Abstract Ti–Ni alloy thin plates and thin films were made by the rolling method and r.f. sputter-deposition technique, respectively. In order to apply these Ti–Ni shape memory alloy thin plates andExpand
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