Influences of granular constraints and surface effects on the heterogeneity of elastic, superelastic, and plastic responses of polycrystalline shape memory alloys

@inproceedings{Paranjape2017InfluencesOG,
  title={Influences of granular constraints and surface effects on the heterogeneity of elastic, superelastic, and plastic responses of polycrystalline shape memory alloys},
  author={Harshad M. Paranjape and Partha Pratim Paul and Hemant Sharma and P{\'e}ter Kenesei and Jun-Sang Park and Tom W. Duerig and L. Catherine Brinson and Aaron Paul Stebner},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Deformation heterogeneities at the microstructural length-scale developed in polycrystalline shape memory alloys (SMAs) during superelastic loading are studied using both experiments and simulations. In situ X-ray diffraction, specifically the far-field high energy diffraction microscopy (ff-HEDM) technique, was used to non-destructively measure the grain-averaged statistics of position, crystal orientation, elastic strain tensor, and volume for hundreds of austenite grains in a… CONTINUE READING

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