Influence of Cooling Rate on the Deformation Processes Associated with Direct Martensitic Transformation in TiNi Alloy
Elisey A. Khlopkov, Yuriy N. Vyunenko
Abstract. The influence of cooling rate on the mechanical characteristics of metals with shape memory is mentioned in connection with the dissipative properties of this materials class. This paper presents the different cooling rate regimes research results of ring-shaped force elements demonstrating the possibility of this parameter influence on their deformation characteristics in the temperature range of direct martensitic transformation.
Shape Memory, Ring-Shaped Force Elements, Cooling Rate, Deformation Characteristics, Residual Stress Mechanism, Titanium-Nickel
Published online 11/15/2018, 4 pages
Copyright © 2018 by the author(s)
Published under license by Materials Research Forum LLC., Millersville PA, USA
Citation: Elisey A. Khlopkov, Yuriy N. Vyunenko, ‘Influence of Cooling Rate on the Deformation Processes Associated with Direct Martensitic Transformation in TiNi Alloy’, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 9, pp 28-31, 2018
The article was published as article 6 of the book Shape Memory Alloys
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