Shape-Memory Effect and Pseudoelasticity in Fe–Mn-Based Alloys View Full Text


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2016-12-27

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P. La Roca, A. Baruj, M. Sade

ABSTRACT

Several Fe-based alloys are being considered as potential candidates for applications which require shape-memory behavior or superelastic properties. The possibility of using fabrication methods which are well known in the steel industry is very attractive and encourages a large amount of research in the field. In the present article, Fe–Mn-based alloys are mainly addressed. On the one hand, attention is paid to the shape-memory effect where the alloys contain (a) a maximum amount of Mn up to around 30 wt%, (b) several possible substitutional elements like Si, Cr, Ni, Co, and Nb and (c) some possible interstitial elements like C. On the other hand, superelastic alloys are analyzed, mainly the Fe–Mn–Al–Ni system discovered a few years ago. The most noticeable properties resulting from the martensitic transformations which are responsible for the mentioned properties, i.e., the fcc–hcp in the first case and the bcc–fcc in the latter are discussed. Selected potential applications are also analyzed. More... »

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37-48

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