Multifunctional Alloys Obtained via a Dislocation-Free Plastic Deformation Mechanism.

@article{Saito2003MultifunctionalAO,
  title={Multifunctional Alloys Obtained via a Dislocation-Free Plastic Deformation Mechanism.},
  author={Takashi Saito and Tadahiko Furuta and Jung-Hwan Hwang and Shigeru Kuramoto and Kazuaki Nishino and Nobuaki Suzuki and Rong Chen and Akira Yamada and Kazuhiko Ito and Yoshiki Seno and Takamasa Nonaka and Hideaki Ikehata and Naoyuki Nagasako and Chihiro Iwamoto and Yuuichi Ikuhara and Taketo Sakuma},
  journal={Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={300 5618},
  pages={464-7}
}
We describe a group of alloys that exhibit "super" properties, such as ultralow elastic modulus, ultrahigh strength, super elasticity, and super plasticity, at room temperature and that show Elinvar and Invar behavior. These "super" properties are attributable to a dislocation-free plastic deformation mechanism. In cold-worked alloys, this mechanism forms elastic strain fields of hierarchical structure that range in size from the nanometer scale to several tens of micrometers. The resultant… CONTINUE READING

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