Ferroelasticity of materials with a mechanical shape memory
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It is extremely difficult to take into account the variety of aspects of the behavior of solids when they are deformed. Hence, when designing constructions, simplifying models are introduced which take into account only the most important properties of the materials in each specific case (creep, aftereffect, plasticity, etc.), and the corresponding phenomenological theories are employed , In this paper we attempt to construct the fundamentals of a theory which describes the phenomenon of ferroelasticity due to the behavior of thermoelastic martensite, first discovered in , The apparatus of this theory will be necessary when designing self-recovering constructions which can be manufactured from materials with a mechanical shape memory.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Martensite Mechanical Engineer Industrial Mathematic Shape Memory
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