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Abstract: In this paper, mechanical and tribological properties of a Ti-50.3 at % Ni alloy were investigated. The transformation temperatures of the alloy were determined using differential scanning calorimetry. Three-point bending tests were performed to characterize the pseudoelasticity and shape memory effects. Uni-axial compression tests were also performed at different testing temperatures. The wear tests were conducted using a pin-on-disk tribometer at testing temperatures ranging from 0°C to 80°C. The wear result… Show more

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“…It is commonly accepted that Nitinol has a high wear resistance. The reason for this property is attributed to various factors such as energy depletion during contact loading (Ball, 1983), the austenite-to-martensite transformation (Abedini et al, 2010, 2012), the highly reversible strain (Li and Liu, 1999; Lin et al, 1997), the superficial self-healing property (Ni et al, 2004) and low contact pressure (Yan, 2006). Yan (2006) showed that the wear resistance of Nitinol is due to a combination of the effects of low elastic modulus, low transformation stresses, high reversible transformation strains, and the high yield strength of martensite.…”
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“…It is commonly accepted that Nitinol has a high wear resistance. The reason for this property is attributed to various factors such as energy depletion during contact loading (Ball, 1983), the austenite-to-martensite transformation (Abedini et al, 2010, 2012), the highly reversible strain (Li and Liu, 1999; Lin et al, 1997), the superficial self-healing property (Ni et al, 2004) and low contact pressure (Yan, 2006). Yan (2006) showed that the wear resistance of Nitinol is due to a combination of the effects of low elastic modulus, low transformation stresses, high reversible transformation strains, and the high yield strength of martensite.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning