Publication
Title
Effect of annealing on the transformation behavior and mechanical properties of two nanostructured Ti-50.8at.%Ni thin wires produced by different methods
Author
Abstract
A Ti-50.8at.%Ni wire produced using a co-drawing method and a commercial Ti-50.8at.%Ni wire were annealed at different temperatures between 450°C and 700°C. Grains with diameter less than 100nm were revealed by transmission electron microscopy for both wires before annealing treatment. However, the microstructural heterogeneity of the co-drawn wire is more obvious than that of the commercial wire. Multi-stage martensitic transformation was observed in the co-drawn wire, compared with the one-stage A↔M transformation in the commercial wire after annealing at 600°C for 30min. The differences of total elongation, plateau strain and pseudoelastic recoverable strain between the commercial wire and the co-drawn wire were also observed. The differences of the transformation behavior and mechanical properties between the commercial wire and the co-drawn wire are attributed to the microstructural difference between these two wires.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Materials science forum. - Lausanne, 1984, currens
Publication
Lausanne : 2013
ISSN
0255-5476 [print]
1662-9752 [online]
Volume/pages
738/739(2013), p. 306-310
ISI
000316089000055
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Research group
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Affiliation
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Creation 16.01.2013
Last edited 22.08.2017
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