Solid-Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials

Volumes 172-174

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Ekhard Salje

Abstract: Interfaces in martensites and ferroelastic crystals show internal structures which are not simply the interpolation of the two adjacent...

Authors: Harshad K.D.H. Bhadeshia

Abstract: There is now a great deal known about the atomic mechanisms of solid–state phasetransformations, and this knowledge can be exploited to...

Authors: Patrick M. Kelly, Dong Qiu

Abstract: A minor, but crucial, modification to the original version of the TM was recently proposed in order to ensure that the model predictions...

Authors: Hiroyuki Y. Yasuda, Yasuhiro Oda, Takuya Kishimoto, Yukichi Umakoshi

Abstract: In Fe3Ga single crystals with the D03 structure, three types of pseudoelasticities based on dislocation motion,...

Authors: Yong Jun He, Qing Ping Sun

Abstract: High damping capacity is one of the prominent properties of NiTi shape memory alloy (SMA), having applications in many engineering devices...

Authors: Anna Manzoni, Karine Chastaing, Anne Denquin, Philippe Vermaut, Richard Portier

Abstract: Among the different systems for high temperature shape memory alloys (SMA’s), equiatomic RuNb and RuTa alloys demonstrate both shape memory...

Authors: Charles Declairieux, Philippe Vermaut, Richard Portier, Patrick Ochin, Anne Denquin

Abstract: High temperature shape memory alloys offer numerous potential applications in industrial domains like aeronautics. Even if up to now, none...

Authors: Hamilton F.G. Abreu, Nathanael Morais, Flavio Herculando, Marcelo Gomes Da Silva, Alex Nascimento

Abstract: The deformation process can induce the precipitation of martensite in austenitic stainless steels. When shear stress is applied at...

Authors: Albin Stormvinter, Peter Hedström, Annika Borgenstam

Abstract: Martensite in carbon steels forms in different morphologies, often referred to as lath andplate martensite. The alloy composition has a...


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