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Martensitic Transformations in Constrained Films

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Author(s)

Alexander L. Roytburd, Julia Slutsker

Abstract

Polydomain micro- and nano-structures are natural products of phase transformations in solids. The trend to minimize the energy of internal long-range fields (magnetic, electric or mechanical) leads to the formation of the arrangment of domain of different phases or differently oriented domains of the same phase [1-3]. Transformations of bulk materials usually result in formation of complex irregular polydomain strucutres, which are difficult to control. However, the advance of thin film technology makes it possible to obtain well- controlled polydomain strucutres with desirable properites. The objective of this paper is to show how controlled strucutres of elastic domain in constrained single crystalline layers are developed and how these structures can be designed by engineering of a constraint.
Proceedings Title
Mechanics of Martensitic Phase Transformation in Solids, Symposium | | Solid Mechanics and Its Applications | Kluwer Academic
Volume
101
Conference Dates
June 1, 2001
Conference Location
Hong Kong, CH
Conference Title
Solid Mechanics and Its Applications

Keywords

martensitic transformation, shape memory films, thermodynamic analysis

Citation

Roytburd, A. and Slutsker, J. (2002), Martensitic Transformations in Constrained Films, Mechanics of Martensitic Phase Transformation in Solids, Symposium | | Solid Mechanics and Its Applications | Kluwer Academic, Hong Kong, CH (Accessed May 21, 2024)

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Created June 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017