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Ali.H. Alhilfi and A. Rusinko, "Austenite Transformation of Shape Memory Alloys in the Ultrasonic Field," Mech. Solids. 57 (5), 1097-1103 (2022)
Year 2022 Volume 57 Number 5 Pages 1097-1103
DOI 10.3103/S0025654422050016
Title Austenite Transformation of Shape Memory Alloys in the Ultrasonic Field
Author(s) Ali.H. Alhilfi (Misan University, Misan, Iraq; Obuda University, Budapest, 1081 Hungary,
A. Rusinko (Obuda University, Budapest, 1081 Hungary,
Abstract This study aims to develop a model describing the effect of ultrasound on reverse thermoelastic phase transformation. Deformation drops on the deformation-temperature diagram caused by ultrasound impulses are studied. The model provided here is developed in terms of the synthetic theory of inelastic deformation. A new term representing the influence of ultrasound on the phase transformation mechanism is involved in the fundamental equation of the synthetic theory to account for the effects of acoustic energy. The analytical results are consistent with the experimental data.
Keywords phase transformation, ultrasound, synthetic theory
Received 14 April 2022Revised 15 May 2022Accepted 17 May 2022
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