Study of plastic deformation of the surface of an Ni2MnGa single crystal by the indentation method
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Distinctive features of plastic deformation of a magnetic Ni2MnGa alloy are studied by the method of local dosed deformation. It is found that the martensite phase of an Ni2MnGa single crystals is susceptible to mechanical twinning. Here twins represent thin lenses formed away from the imprint of the indenter.
Keywordsmagnetic alloy with shape memory plastic deformation Ni2MnGa Heusler alloy twinning indentation martensite austenite
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