Thermoelastic analysis of phase transition in Ni-Ti shape memory alloys

@article{Santulli2000ThermoelasticAO,
  title={Thermoelastic analysis of phase transition in Ni-Ti shape memory alloys},
  author={Carlo Santulli},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science Letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={1071-1072}
}
  • Carlo Santulli
  • Published 2000
  • Materials Science
  • The thermoelastic effect states that, when applying a tensile load to an isotropic material with positive thermal expansion coefficients, as most metals are, the material undergoes cooling. Beyond the point at which inelastic deformation occurs, often referred to as the thermoelastic limit, the dissipation of mechanical energy acts in a sense opposite to the thermoelastic effect, thus heating the material [1]. In metals, the detection of the thermoelastic limit allows one to measure with great… CONTINUE READING

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