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55-Nitinol--the alloy with a memory: its physical metallurgy, properties, and applications

Curtis M. Jackson

55-Nitinol--the alloy with a memory: its physical metallurgy, properties, and applications

a report

by Curtis M. Jackson

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Published by Technology Utilization Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nickel-titanium alloys,
  • Shape memory effect

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. M. Jackson, H. J. Wagner, and R. J. Wasilewski.
    SeriesNASA-SP 5110
    ContributionsWagner, H. J. 1928- joint author., Wasilewski, Roman Jerzy, joint author., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA480.N6 J3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 86 p.
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5105006M
    LC Control Number74177266

    An example of the applications of the measured moment-curvature relations is presented in Part II of this paper where the three-point bending problem is considered. and Wasilewski, R. J., , “Nitinol—The Alloy with a Memory, Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and Applications,” Technical Report, National Aeronautics and Space Nitinol--the alloy with a memory: its physical metallurgy, properties, and applications; a report, by C. M. Jackson, H. J. Wagner, and R. J. ://

    The Alloy with a Memory. Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and Applications. A Report NASA SP NASA, Jackson CM, Wagner HJ, Wasilewski RJ: Nitinol. The Alloy with a Memory. Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and Applications. A Report. NASA SP NASA, This work focuses on application of the laser forming process to NiTi shape memory alloys. While all NiTi shape memory alloys exhibit both superelasticity and the shape memory effect, this study is restricted to a temperature range over which only the superelastic effect will be ://

      Seznam odborné literatury: Jackson,C. M. - Wagner,H. J. - Wasilewski, R. J.:L The alloy with a memory: Nitinol: its physical metallurgy, properties, and   The method of claim 11 wherein the shape memory effect alloy is Nitinol. Description: BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION C. Marvin, Some Applications of Shape Memory Alloys, "Journal of Metal", Jan. , pgs. Nitinol-The Alloy With A Memory, Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties and Applications, C. M. Jackson, Editor, NTIS, N


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Properties, and Applications", NASA-SP 10, p. Google Scholar. Wayman, C. Design of Shape Memory Alloy Springs with Applications in Vibration Control B. O'Brien, M. Bruzzi, in Comprehensive Biomaterials, Orthopedic Applications for Nitinol. Nitinol is of interest for orthopedic applications due to its high strength combined with superelastic strain recovery, as well as its lower elastic modulus, compared to other traditional implanted metals.

This lower modulus provides for the possibility of less ‘stress shielding Get this from a library. Nitinol--the alloy with a memory: its physical metallurgy, properties, and applications: a report.

[C M Jackson; H J Wagner; R J Wasilewski; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.] -- " This report is one of a series of such publications sponsored by the NASA Technology Utilization Office to help industry and institutions benefit from   Nitinol- -The Alloy With a Memory: Its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and Applications: A Report.

[cited online] available from Memory-metal Actuators for Automotive Applications. [cited online] Nitinol--the alloy with a memory: its physical metallurgy, properties, and applications; a report, By Curtis M. Jackson, Roman Jerzy Wasilewski, H. (Herbert Julius) Wagner and United States.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration. :// Shape memory alloys provide new insights for the design of biomaterials in bioengineering for the design of artificial organs and advanced surgical instruments, since they have specific characteristics and unusual properties.

This article will examine (a) the four properties of shape memory alloys, (b) medical applications with high potential for improving the present and future quality of The Physical Metallurgy of Nitinol for Medical Applications.

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A report in the early ’s (1) the gold-cadmium system was one of the first demonstrating shape memory in a metal. About a decade later, interest in shape memory alloys was revived by the work of Buehler and his associates (2) at the Naval Ordinance Laboratory where they studied the binary nickel-titanium alloy called ://   : A study of the functional properties of alloy Ti–45% Ni–10% Nb with wide hysteresis of the martensitic transformation.

Metal Sci. Heat Treat. 42, (). 34 Hashi, K., Ishikawa, K., Matsuda, T., and Aoki, K.: Microstructures and hydrogen permeability of Nb–Ti–Ni alloys with high resistance to hydrogen ://   Jackson C M, Wagner H J and Wasilewski R J Nitinol-The Alloy With a Memory: its Physical Metallurgy, Properties, and Applications NASA Technical Brief NASA-SP p   The mechanical behavior ("shape memory") associated with martensitic solid-state transformation in nearly equiatomic Ni-Ti alloy (Nitinol) has been studied.

Potential dental and medical applications for Nitinol (~55% Ni, % Co, balance Ti, by weight) and for Nitinol (~60% Ni, by weight) have been :// The paper presents results of structural studies of hot extruded NiTi shape memory alloy that is in the B2 phase at room temperature.

Texture of the alloy was determined from the X-ray diffraction measurements. It was found that in result of 60 % sample reduction (at a cross-section of a bar formed by hot extrusion) weak axial texture - type. A thin ( μm diameter) rod of shape memory alloy (Nitinol)_wire was clamped at two ends under torsional strain and used as a micro, rotary actuator less than cm 3 in volume.

Using three electrical connections (the two ends of the wire and a contact in the middle of the wire), the two halves of the wire were differentially heated, which caused repeatable, continuous and directional One Way: When a shape-memory alloy is in its cold state (below As), the metal can be bent or stretched and will hold those shapes until heated above the transition heating, the Nitinol is the most widely used SMA due to its outstanding properties such as shape memory effect, superelasticity, biocompatibility, and corrosion resistance among other types of ://