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Functional Degradation and Self-enhanced Elastocaloric Cooling Performance of NiTi Tubes under Cyclic Compression

@inproceedings{Liang2021FunctionalDA,
  title={Functional Degradation and Self-enhanced Elastocaloric Cooling Performance of NiTi Tubes under Cyclic Compression},
  author={Dingshan Liang and Peng Hua and Junyu Chen and Fuzeng Ren and Qingping Sun},
  year={2021}
}
Superelastic NiTi tubes are promising candidates for eco-friendly elastocaloric cooling, but their cyclic stability suffers severely from functional degradation. Herein, we investigate the functional degradation of nanocrystalline NiTi tubes via in-depth analysis and find out that it is beneficial to elastocaloric cooling performance. The results show that the functional degradation accompanies with progressive accumulation of residual strain and significant reduction in both hysteresis loop… Expand

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