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THE RUBBER EFFECT IN CU-ZN-AL MARTENSITEBARCELO G; RAPACIOLI R; AHLERS M et al.1978; SCRIPTA METALLURG.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 12; PP. 1069-1074; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

PSEUDOELASTICITY AND STRESS-INDUCED MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS. = LA PSEUDOELASTICITE ET LES TRANSFORMATIONS MARTENSITIQUES INDUITES PAR DEFORMATIONOTSUKA K; WAYMAN CM.1977; REV. DEFORM. BEHAV. MATER.; ISRAEL; DA. 1977; VOL. 2; NO 2; PP. 81-172; BIBL. 4 P. 1/2Serial Issue

A MODEL FOR THE RUBBER-LIKE BEHAVIOUR IN CU-ZN-AL MARTENSITESAHLERS M; BARCELO G; RAPACIOLI R et al.1978; SCRIPTA METALLURG.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 12; NO 12; PP. 1075-1078; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

THE FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR OF SPINODALLY DECOMPOSED CU-4AT% TI SINGLE CRYSTALS = COMPORTEMENT A LA FATIGUE DE MONOCRISTAUX DE L'ALLIAGE CU TI4AT.% APRES DECOMPOSITION SPINODALESINNING HR; HAASEN P.1981; SCR. METALL.; ISSN 0036-9748; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 15; NO 1; PP. 85-90; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

TWO STAGE SUPERELASTICITY ASSOCIATED WITH SUCCESSIVE MARTENSITE-TO-MARTENSITE TRANSFORMATIONS.OTSUKA K; SAKAMOTO H; SHIMIZU K et al.1976; SCRIPTA METALLURG.; E.U.; DA. 1976; VOL. 10; NO 11; PP. 983-988; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

SOUDAGE PAR PRESSION DE L'ALLIAGE DE TITANE VT9 EN UTILISANT SA SUPERELASTICITEKONNOV VN; TVOROGOV IM.1977; SVAROCH. PROIZVOD.; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1977; NO 12; PP. 13-14; BIBL. 2 REF.Article

THE PRESSURE WELDING OF TITANIUM ALLOY VT9 UTILISING ITS SUPERELASTICITY = SOUDAGE PAR PRESSION DE L'ALLIAGE DE TITANE VT9 EN UTILISANT SA SUPERELASTICITEKONNOV VN; TVOROGOV IM.1977; WELDG PRODUCT.; GBR; DA. 1977; VOL. 24; NO 12; PP. 16-17; BIBL. 2 REF.; DE RUS: SVAROCH. PROIZVOD. SUN, 1977, NO 12, 13-14; LOC. ISArticle

SUPERELASTICITY EFFECTS AND STRESS-INDUCED MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN CU-AL-NI ALLOYSOTSUKA K; WAYMAN CM; NAKAI K et al.1976; ACTA METALLURG.; E.U.; DA. 1976; VOL. 24; NO 3; PP. 207-226; ABS. FR. ALLEM.; BIBL. 38 REF.Article

Effective-medium theory of percolation on central-force elastic networks. III: The superelastic problemGARBOCZI, E. J; THORPE, M. F.Physical review. B, Condensed matter. 1986, Vol 33, Num 5, pp 3289-3294, issn 0163-1829Article

Deformation of adaptive materials. Part III: Deformation of crystals with polytwin product phasesROYTBURD, Alexander L; SLUTSKER, Julia.Journal of the mechanics and physics of solids. 2001, Vol 49, Num 8, pp 1795-1822, issn 0022-5096Article

Improvements in the Superelasticity and Change in Deformation Mode of β-Type TiNb24Zr2 Alloys Caused by Aging TreatmentsQIANG LI; NIINOMI, Mitsuo; NAKAI, Masaaki et al.Metallurgical and materials transactions. A, Physical metallurgy and materials science. 2011, Vol 42, Num 9, pp 2843-2849, issn 1073-5623, 7 p.Article

Pseudoviscoelastic behavior of TiNi shape memory alloys under stress-controlled subloop loadingsTOBUSHI, H; ENDO, M; IKAWA, T et al.Archives of Mechanics. 2003, Vol 55, Num 5-6, pp 519-530, issn 0373-2029, 12 p.Article

Homogeneization methods applied to the modeling of shape memory alloys behaviorPATOOR, E.Journal de physique. IV. 2001, Vol 88, issn 1155-4339, p. Pr8.501Conference Paper

Symmetry and microstructure in martensitesHANE, K. F; SHIELD, T. W.Philosophical magazine. A. Physics of condensed matter. Structure, defects and mechanical properties. 1998, Vol 78, Num 6, pp 1215-1252, issn 1364-2804Article

ESOMAT'97 European Symposium on Martensitic TransformationsBEYER, J; BÖTTGER, A; MULDER, J. H et al.Journal de physique. IV. 1997, Vol 7, Num 5, issn 1155-4339, 697 p.Conference Proceedings

Deformation constraints in the draping of cloth-like objectsQINGWEN SONG; YUANHUA ZHOU.SPIE proceedings series. 2003, pp 72-78, isbn 0-8194-4519-3, 7 p.Conference Paper

Shape-memory alloys : macromodelling and numerical simulations of the superelastic behaviorAURICCHIO, F; TAYLOR, R. L; LUBLINER, J et al.Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering. 1997, Vol 146, Num 3-4, pp 281-312, issn 0045-7825Article

SMST 2013HELLER, Luděk; SITTNER, Petr; SEDLAK, Petr et al.Journal of materials engineering and performance. 2014, Vol 23, Num 7, issn 1059-9495, 440 p.Serial Issue

When two is better than oneWENCAI REN; CHENG, Hui-Ming.Nature (London). 2013, Vol 497, Num 7450, pp 448-449, issn 0028-0836, 2 p.Article

Effect of oxidation on transformation and deformation behavior in Ni-Ti alloyKIM, K. S; JEE, K. K; KIM, Y. B et al.The European physical journal. Special topics. 2008, Vol 158, pp 67-71, 5 p.Conference Paper

High-energy X-ray diffuse scattering studies on deformation-induced spatially confined martensitic transformations in multifunctional Ti―24Nb―4Zr―8Sn alloyLIU, J. P; WANG, Y. D; WANG, J. G et al.Acta materialia. 2014, Vol 81, pp 476-486, issn 1359-6454, 11 p.Article

Shape Memory and Superelastic Ceramics at Small ScalesALAN LAI; ZEHUI DU; CHEE LIP GAN et al.Science (Washington, D.C.). 2013, Vol 341, Num 6153, pp 1505-1508, issn 0036-8075, 4 p.Article

Microstructure and mechanical properties of PM Ni56Fe19Al25 alloyLU, J; LUO, F.-H; GAO, X et al.Powder metallurgy. 2011, Vol 54, Num 4, pp 484-487, issn 0032-5899, 4 p.Article

A model for the hysteretic behavior of shape memory alloys under repeated loading cyclesD'AMBROSIO, P; MARZANO, S; PICCIONI, M. D et al.Journal de physique. IV. 2004, Vol 115, pp 163-171, issn 1155-4339, 9 p.Conference Paper

Texture and superelastic behavior of cold-rolled TiNbTaZr alloyLIQIANG WANG; WEIJIE LU; JINING QIN et al.Materials science & engineering. A, Structural materials : properties, microstructure and processing. 2008, Vol 491, Num 1-2, pp 372-377, issn 0921-5093, 6 p.Article

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