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Thermoelasticity, pseudoelasticity and the memory effects associated with martensitic transformations

Part 3 Thermodynamics and kinetics

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Abstract

The pertinent thermodynamic relations, nucleation and growth and the influence of stress are considered and applied to thermoelasticity and the memory effects.

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Warlimont, H., Delaey, L., Krishnan, R.V. et al. Thermoelasticity, pseudoelasticity and the memory effects associated with martensitic transformations. J Mater Sci 9, 1545–1555 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00552941

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Martensitic Transformation
  • Memory Effect
  • Thermodynamic Relation