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Tribological Applications of Shape Memory and Superelastic Effects

  • Wangyang Ni (a1) (a2), Yang-Tse Cheng (a1) and David S. Grummon (a2)

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We provide an overview of our recent studies on novel tribological applications of shape memory and superelastic effects: (i) the use of shape memory NiTi alloys as self- healing surfaces, and (ii) the use of the superelastic NiTi as an interlayer between a hard coating and a soft substrate to improve interfacial adhesion, decrease friction coefficient, and improve wear resistance.

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Tribological Applications of Shape Memory and Superelastic Effects

  • Wangyang Ni (a1) (a2), Yang-Tse Cheng (a1) and David S. Grummon (a2)

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