Shape memory effect characterization of modified beta-brass alloys
Brilla, Richard Charles
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Modified beta-brass alloys are tested at various temperatures to investigate the pseudoelastic and memory properties of the alloys. The effects of thermomechanical cycling, and prestrain on the beta-brass alloys are determined. A stress-strain relationship for the alloys at various test temperatures is developed.
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