|Title:||Alloying-assisted precipitation strengthening of Ti50Ni15Pd25Cu10 shape memory alloy||Authors:||Shen Y.-N
|Keywords:||Elastocaloric effect;Hardness;Phase transformation;Shape memory alloys;Stress/strain measurements;Copper alloys;Hardness;Palladium alloys;Precipitation (chemical);Shape-memory alloy;Ternary alloys;Titanium alloys;Elastocaloric effect;Memory alloy;Phases transformation;Precipitation strengthening;Pseudoelasticity;Shape-memory;Shape-memory effect;Strengthening effect;Stress-strain measurement;Phase transitions||Issue Date:||2021||Journal Volume:||821||Source:||Materials Science and Engineering A||Abstract:||
The precipitation strengthening effect of Ti50Ni15Pd25Cu10 shape memory alloy is effectively promoted by adding a small amount of vanadium. Cu-rich TiPdCu precipitates formed when Ti50-xNi15Pd25Cu10Vx alloys were aged at 573 K for 1 h. The shape memory effect, the pseudoelasticity, and the elastocaloric effect were effectively improved after precipitation strengthening. ? 2021 Elsevier B.V.
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