Elastocaloric effect of Ni-Ti wire for application in a cooling device

@article{Tuek2015ElastocaloricEO,
  title={Elastocaloric effect of Ni-Ti wire for application in a cooling device},
  author={Jaka Tu{\vs}ek and Kurt Engelbrecht and Lars Pilgaard Mikkelsen and N. H. Pryds},
  journal={Journal of Applied Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={117},
  pages={124901}
}
We report on the elastocaloric effect of a superelastic Ni-Ti wire to be used in a cooling device. Initially, each evaluated wire was subjected to 400 loading/unloading training cycles in order to stabilize its superelastic behavior. The wires were trained at different temperatures, which lead to different stabilized superelastic behaviors. The stabilized (trained) wires were further tested isothermally (at low strain-rate) and adiabatically (at high strain-rate) at different temperatures (from… 
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