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Anisotropy of Tensile Recovery Stress and Two Way Memory Effect of Cold Rolled Tini Sheet

  • J. H. Mulder (a1), P. E. Thoma (a2) and J. Beyer (a1)

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The texture of cold rolled and heat treated TiNi sheet has been measured and designated as {110}<110>p. The.anisotropy of the tensile recovery stress, the stress dependence of the transformation temperatures, and the development of the two-way memory effect during thermal fatigue have been measured. The resulting changes of texture after thermal fatigue are presented and explained. The observed effects are explained on the basis of the parent texture and the specific martensite variants which are formed according to the lattice correspondence between austenite and martensite.

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Anisotropy of Tensile Recovery Stress and Two Way Memory Effect of Cold Rolled Tini Sheet

  • J. H. Mulder (a1), P. E. Thoma (a2) and J. Beyer (a1)

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