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The structure-analytic theory of memory of shape

Abstract

For media undergoing martensite transformations of first kind we give the data of analytic computations of several functional-mechanic properties interpretable as memory of shape. For definiteness and comparison of results these properties are computed in the case of a uniaxial load.

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Translated fromMatematicheskie Metody i Fiziko-Mekhanicheskie Polya, Issue 35, 1992, pp. 34–42.

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Likhachev, V.A., Malanin, V.G. The structure-analytic theory of memory of shape. J Math Sci 67, 2844–2851 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01095856

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Keywords

  • Martensite
  • Martensite Transformation
  • Analytic Computation
  • Uniaxial Load