A Study of Shape Memory Effect Above Ms Temperature in a Cu-Zn Alloy Using the Twisting Deformation and Electric Resistance Methods
The shape memory effect (SME) is generally recognized to be caused by the reverse transformation of the deformed thermoelastic martensite (TEM); in a TiNi alloy, however, it has been reported that the SME is not related to the thermoelastic martensite but is caused by stress--induced martensite (SIM) . The SME is mainly related to the R-phase transformation .
KeywordsShape Memory Effect Reverse Transformation Shape Recovery Relative Resistance Electric Resistance Method
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