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1.  Pieczyska E.A., Gadaj S.P., Nowacki W.K., Hoshito K., Makino Y., Tobushi H., Characteristics of energy storage and dissipation in TiNi shape memory alloy, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF ADVANCED MATERIALS, ISSN: 1468-6996, Vol.6, No.8, pp.889-894, 2005

Abstract:
The characteristics of energy storage and dissipation in TiNi shape memory alloys were investigated experimentally based on the superelastic properties under various thermomechanical loading conditions. The influence of strain rate, cyclic loading and temperature-controlled condition on the characteristics of energy storage and dissipation of the material was investigated. Temperature on the surface of the material was observed and the influence of variation in temperature on the characteristics was clarified. The results obtained can be summarized as follows. (1) In the case of low strain rate, the stress plateaus appear on the stress-strain curves due to the martensitic transformation and the reverse transformation during loading and unloading. In the case of high strain rate, the slopes of the stress–strain curves are steep in the phase-transformation regions during loading and unloading. The recoverable strain energy per unit volume increases in proportion to temperature, but the dissipated work per unit volume depends slightly on temperature. In the case of low strain rate, the recoverable strain energy and dissipated work do not depend on both strain rate and the temperature-controlled condition. (2) In the case of high strain rate, while the recoverable strain energy density decreases and dissipated work density increases in proportion to strain rate under the temperature-controlled condition, the recoverable strain energy density increases and dissipated work density decreases under the temperature-uncontrolled condition. In the case of the temperature-uncontrolled condition, temperature varies significantly due to the martensitic transformation and therefore the characteristics of energy storage and dissipation differ from these under the temperature-controlled condition. (3) In the case of cyclic loading, both the recoverable strain energy and dissipated work decrease in the early 20 cycles, but change slightly thereafter. (4) The influence of strain rate, cyclic loading and the environment on the characteristics of energy storage and dissipation is important to be considered in the design of shape memory alloy elements. q 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Keywords: Shape memory ally; Superelasticity; Energy storage; Energy dissipation; Damping; Strain rate; Cyclic deformation; Titanium–nickel alloy; Environment

Keywords:
Shape memory ally, Superelasticity, Energy storage, Energy dissipation, Damping, Strain rate, Cyclic deformation, Titanium–nickel alloy, Environment

Affiliations:
Pieczyska E.A. - IPPT PAN
Gadaj S.P. - IPPT PAN
Nowacki W.K. - IPPT PAN
Hoshito K. - other affiliation
Makino Y. - other affiliation
Tobushi H. - Aichi Institute of Technology (JP)

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