Acoustic emission during thermoelsatic martensitic transformations in titanium nickelide upon a fixed strain
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The influence of the strain fixed during a direct martensitic transformation on the acoustic emission in the temperature interval including intervals of martensitic transformations is investigated. The effect of the martensitic phase stabilization is established and its influence on a decrease in the acoustic emission energy during thermal cycling of martensitic transformations upon a fixed strain is demonstrated.
Keywordsacoustic emission titanium nickelide thermoelastic martensitic transformations martensitic strain reversible strain residual strain irreversible strain
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