A Thermodynamical Constitutive Model for Shape Memory Materials. Part I. the Monolithic Shape Memory Alloy

@inproceedings{Boyd1996ATC,
  title={A Thermodynamical Constitutive Model for Shape Memory Materials. Part I. the Monolithic Shape Memory Alloy},
  author={James G. Boyd and Dimitris C. Lagoudas},
  year={1996}
}
Pseudoelasticity and the shape memory e ect (SME) due to martensitic transformation and reorientation of polycrystalline shape memory alloy (SMA) materials are modelled using a free energy function and a dissipation potential. Three di erent cases are considered, based on the number of internal state variables in the free energy: (1) Austenite plus a variable number of martensite variants; (2) Austenite plus two types of martensite; and (3) Austenite and one type of martensite. Each model… CONTINUE READING
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