For inducing form memory effects of FMEs, at least one deformation of the alloy is required. Traditionally, it is carried out at room temperature or in liquid nitrogen. The influence of the initial phase composition on different schemes of FME and OEPF guidance has been studied. The evolution of reversible and complete reversible deformation, depending on the induced deformation, has an extreme character, while the position of the maximum depends on the structural state: for an equiatomic alloy Ti-50.0 at.% Ni - range εt = 1215%; for Ti-50.7 at.% Ni.
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"ABOUT THE INFLUENCE OF THE STRUCTURAL-PHASE STATE ON THE FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF TITANIUM NICKELIDE,"
Journal of Tashkent Institute of Railway Engineers: Vol. 16
, Article 23.
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