TEM investigations on novel shape memory systems with Ni-depletions View Full Text


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2008

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D. Schryvers , R. Delville , B. Bartova , H. Tian

ABSTRACT

Many of today’s shape memory systems contain a substantial amount of Ni. The most typical system is of course Nitinol® based on the binary Ni-Ti alloy used near to its equiatomic composition. Another well known system is Ni-Al, which has been very thoroughly studied more for its fundamental physical characteristics rather than its practical applications. Recently, however, new ternary systems have attracted a lot of attention attempting to, e.g., introduce magnetic transitions and driving forces, such as in Ni-Mn-Ga or Co-Ni-Al or lower the hysteresis and increase the transformation temperatures in Ni-Ti-(Au,Pd,Pt), replacing mainly Ni with the ternary compound. At the same time, new studies have revealed unwanted Ni release in commercial wires for medical use. Focusing on Ni thus remains important for understanding the behaviour of martensitic transformations and shape memory applications. More... »

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383-384

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EMC 2008 14th European Microscopy Congress 1–5 September 2008, Aachen, Germany

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978-3-540-85225-4
978-3-540-85226-1

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