Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Shape Memory Alloy Devices Using a Real Multi-Dimensional Model
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It is well known for some years that Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs) have great potential in a wide range of applications. The commercial market of SMA based devise is expanding very quickly in the past few years.
KeywordsShape Memory Alloy Yield Surface Transformation Strain Reverse Transformation Finite Element Approach
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