Influence of the temperature of preliminary deformation on the shape memory effect in alloys based on Fe−Mn−Si
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In alloys based on Fe−Mn−Si, which have shape memory, maximal DSR is attained when plastic deformation is carried out at temperatures close to Mnγ→ɛ.
In alloys based on Fe−Mn−Si the absolute magnitude of elastic deformation upon unloading of specimens may attain ∼1%.
KeywordsPlastic Deformation Elastic Deformation Shape Memory Memory Effect Absolute Magnitude
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