Using eigenmoduli and eigenstates to evaluate the possibility of martensitic phase transformations

B. D. Annin, N. I. Ostrosablin, R. I. Ugryumov

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Abstract

The possibility of phase transitions (martensitic transformations) in shape-memory alloys is evaluated using the concept of eigenmoduli and eigenstates from the linear theory of elasticity. For alloys with cubic and hexagonal lattices, the matrices of elastic moduli and compl are given and expressions for their eigenmoduli and eigenstates are written. For cubic and hexagonal phases, the specific strain energy is presented as the sum of six independent terms corresponding to six orthogonal eigenstates. It is shown that depending on the ratio of eigenmoduli, there are six types of materials (alloys) with cubic and hexagonal symmetry. The specific strain energies in the cubic and hexagonal phases are compared. If the strain energy is greater in the hexagonal phase than in the cubic phase, the alloy can tend to return to its original state with lower energy. In addition, the strain energies in different phases can be compared using the formulas of the tensors closest in the Euclidean energy norm to cubic and hexagonal tensors. The energies are compared for some values of elastic constants.

Translated title of the contributionПрименение собственных модулей и состояний для оценки возможности мартенситных фазовых превращений
Original languageEnglish
Article number1
Pages (from-to)709-716
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics
Volume62
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2021

Keywords

  • compliances
  • cubic and hexagonal lattices
  • eigenmoduli and eigenstates
  • elastic moduli
  • shape-memory alloys
  • specific strain energy

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 2.05 MATERIALS ENGINEERING
  • 1.03 PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ASTRONOMY
  • 2.03 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

State classification of scientific and technological information

  • 30.19 Mechanics of deformable solids

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