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Processing and properties of shape memory alloys Ti-Ni, Ti-Ni-Cu and Cu-Zn-Al
Thesis (M.Phil) - University of Birmingham, School of Engineering, Department of Metallurgy and Materials.
|Statement||by Yaxiu Liu.|
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In recent years, multicomponent alloys with shape memory effects (SMEs), based on the ordered intermetallic compounds B2–TiNi, L21–Ni2MnGa, B2– and D03–Cu–Me (Me = Al, Ni, Zn), which represent a special important class of intelligent materials, have been of great interest. However, only a small number of known alloys with SMEs were found to have thermoelastic Author: Vladimir Pushin, Nataliya Kuranova, Elena Marchenkova, Artemy Pushin. Cu-Content Dependence of Shape Memory Characteristics in Ti–Ni–Cu Alloys Tae Hyun Nam 1), Toshio Saburi 2), Ken’ichi Shimizu 3) 1) Graduate Student, Suita-Ibaraki Campus, Osaka University 2) Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University 3) The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research.
indicating a reduction of the processing defects. Keywords: NiTi alloy, Shape Memory Effect, ECAE 1. Introduction The Shape Memory Alloys (SMA) are materials that have capacity to recover its original shape based on reverse martensitic transformation, i.e., when the alloys are deformed in the martensitic state and subsequently heated, they. The effect of Cu content on the thermoelastic martensitic transformation in TiNi shape memory alloys (SMAs) was systematically investigated by means of differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Martensitic transformation temperatures and transformation enthalpy were measured for a series of alloys with composition Ti50Ni50−x Cu x (x = 0 to 13 at. pct).Cited by:
The mechanical alloying process provides alloys with extremely refined microstructure, reducing the need for alloying elements to grain growth restriction, as in casting techniques. The Cu-Al-Ni and Cu-Zn-Al alloys produced by casting may have the shape memory effect when plastically deformed at relatively low temperatures, returning to its original shape upon heating at a given Cited by: 4. One of the most widely used shape-memory alloys is TiNi, due to its large range of recoverable deformations and its relative ease of processing. In bulk and wire form, TiNi has been applied to a number of applications, and as a thin film, TiNi is an excellent material for use as a microactuator in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), due to Cited by:
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In this chapter, industrial processing technologies and methods to control the properties of titanium–nickel (Ti–Ni) shape memory alloys (SMAs) are described.
Industrial processing of Ti–Ni consists of four basic steps: melting, hot and cold working, forming and shape memory treatment. In this paper, the complete process flow chart of the Ni-Ti-Fe alloy is outlined in detail. The phase transformation, one and two way shape memory effects, and pseudo elasticity behaviour of this alloy are explained based on the DSC curves and crystallographic orientations.
Properties such as corrosion, tensile, Cited by: 3. In this chapter, industrial processing technologies and methods to control the properties of titanium–nickel (Ti–Ni) shape memory alloys (SMAs) are described. Industrial processing of Ti–Ni consists of four basic steps: melting, hot and cold working, forming and shape memory by: 2.
In the paper is shown the study of super elasticity of Ni-Ti shape memory alloys from the point of view of stored energy, strain dependencies and martensitic transformations that influence superelasticity of Ni-Ti shape memory alloys .
We also present the influence of temperature and alloy composition on the properties of Ni-Ti alloys after plastic deformation and heat Author: Mircea Dobrescu, Marius Vasilescu. Ti–Ni-based shape memory alloys (SMA) are among the most important functional materials extensively used in medical and other special-purpose technical ﬁelds [ 1 – 6 ].
The results demonstrated that Ti‒Ni‒Cu alloys have good mechanical properties, and remain the excellent shape memory effects after adding copper alloying by: 9. Ni-free Ti-based Shape Memory Alloys reviews the fundamental issues of biomedical beta-type Ti base shape memory and superelastic alloys, including martensitic transformation, shape memory and superelastic properties, alloy development, thermomechanical treatment and microstructure control, and biocompatibility.
Some unique properties, such as large nonlinear elastic behavior and low Young’s modulus, observed in metastable Ti alloys. A comparative study of Ni–Ti and Ni–Ti–Cu shape memory alloy processed by plasma melting and injection molding Article (PDF Available) in Materials and Design 32(10).
Ti-Ni Shape Memory Alloys I Effect of Between M, and M,-J, the material transforms Temperature from au&e&e to martensite during tensile test- ing. Yield strengths vary continuously from M, to & (see figure).File Size: 1MB. Request PDF | Processing and Properties of Ti-Ta High Temperature Shape Memory Alloys | Due to their high martensite start temperature and excellent workability, Ti-Ta shape memory alloys (SMAs.
Introduction. NiTiCu shape memory alloys (SMAs) are advanced materials of great technological importance as they reveal narrow transformation hysteresis in correspondence is with the martensitic transition.These alloys are achieved by replacing a proportion of Ni by Cu in the equi-atomic NiTi by: 4.
Recently Cu-Al-Ni shape memory alloys have gained special attention due to their high temperature applications. This article attempts to formulate the various processing routes for processing of Cu-Al-Ni shape memory alloys such as casting route, powder metallurgy route, rapid solidification and spray forming by: Ti–Ni-based shape memory alloys (SMA) are among the most important functional materials extensively used in medical and other special-purpose technical fields [1–6], and, therefore, the control and the improvement of their functional properties are of continuing main functional properties of SMA are highly structure-sensitive and can be listed Cited by: 9.
Shape memory alloys are kind of alloys with different properties like high fatigue strength, oxidation, creep, vibration and high functional temperature. and copper-base alloys such as Cu-Zn-Al and Cu-AI-Ni. A shape memory alloy may be further defined as one that yields a thermoelastic martensite.
In this case, the alloy undergoes a martensitic transformation of a type that allows the alloy to be deformed by a twin- ning mechanism below the transformation. Ti–Ni-based alloys are quite attractive functional materials not only as practical shape memory alloys with high strength and ductility but also as those exhibiting unique physical properties.
Fabrication of shape memory alloys Several SMAs with various compositions have been de-veloped. These include Ag–Cd, Au–Cd, Cu–Zn, Cu–Zn–Al, Cu–Al–Ni, Fe–Mn, Mn–Cu, Fe–Pd, Cu–Zn–Al–Mn–Zr, Cu–Al–Be, Ti–Ni–Cu, Ti–Ni–Hf, Ni–Ti–Fe, and Ni–Ti (Otsuka and Wayman ). SMAs are usually fabricated by.
Even though Ti-Ni-Cu alloys have attracted a lot of attention because of their high performance in shape memory effect and decrease in thermal and stress hysteresis compared with Ti-Ni binary alloys, their poor workability restrains the practical applications of Ti-Ni-Cu shape memory alloys.
Consolidation of Ti-Ni-Cu alloy powders is useful for the fabrication of bulk near-net-shape shape Cited by: 2. Generally, shape memory alloys are intermetallic compounds having super lattice structures and metallic-ionic-covalent characteristics. Thus, they have the properties of both metals and ceramics.
Ni –Ti alloy (Nitinol) Cu –Al –Ni alloy. Cu –Zn –Al alloy. Ni –Mn –Ga and Fe based alloys. CHARACTERISTICS OF SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS – SMAS. A side effect of cold forming (rolling) is suppression of the shape memory effect, while there is an increase of strength properties and a decrease of plastic properties.
With increasing content of Ni, rolling is more and more difficult and when the limit of 51 at.% of Ni is exceeded, any rolling of NiTi alloys is extremely by:. A shape-memory alloy is an alloy that can be deformed when cold but returns to its pre-deformed shape when heated.
It may also be called memory metal, memory alloy, smart metal, smart alloy, or muscle wire. Parts made of shape-memory alloys can be lightweight, solid-state alternatives to conventional actuators such as hydraulic, pneumatic, and motor-based .Also, cold rolling has been one of the widely adopted processing techniques in order to obtain Ni-Ti alloy in the sheet form.
In a study of the cold-rolled equiatomic TiNi alloy, it was found that the same phenomena of martensite stabilization appear, as reported in Cu-based shape memory alloys Cited by: 7.Processing technologies of Ni-Ti based shape memory alloys I.
Szurman a, and M. Kursa 1VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic Abstract. Transformation characteristics and properties of the Ni-Ti based shape memory alloys are in the first place highly dependent on processing technology.