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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 5 Elastic strain characteristics of Nitinol. Adapted from Ref 43 More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 18 Laser-welded microforceps made from Nitinol. Source: Ref 1 More
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Fig. 7 Typical stress-strain curve for Nitinol deformed to fracture above its M d temperature, where it can no longer transform to martensite. In this case, the specimen is 50.8 at.% Ni wire, and the test temperature is 160 °C (320 °F). More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 10 Schematic map of apparent yield stress of Nitinol showing three distinct regions. Below M s , yielding is governed by the resistance to twin-boundary movement (solid line). Above M d , dislocation slip in the austenitic phase controls yielding (dashed line). Between M s and M d More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 15 Traditional S - N curves for two fully annealed binary Nitinol alloys, one with M s = −30 °C (22 °F) and the other with M s = 70 °C (160 °F), representing typical stress-controlled fatigue. The reported stress is the total cyclic stress (σ max − σ min ), or two times the amplitude More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 2 Ductile torsion fracture in Nitinol wire. Fracture surface is parallel to maximum shear stress. More
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Fig. 4 SEM image of microvoid coalescence in Nitinol from uniaxial tensile loading More
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Fig. 6 SEM image of directional microvoid coalescence in a Nitinol wire that fractured in bending (arrow identifies the crack growth direction) More
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Fig. 10 SEM image of a fatigue fracture in a Nitinol device that initiated from an inclusion (arrow) More
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Fig. 16 SEM image shows low-cycle unidirectional bending fatigue in a Nitinol wire (arrow indicates origin; dashed line indicates extent of fatigue cracking) More
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Fig. 32 SEM image of microvoid coalescence fracture morphology in Nitinol More
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Fig. 34 SEM image of Nitinol wire fatigue fracture that initiated at an inclusion (arrow indicates origin) More
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Fig. 35 SEM image of fatigue striations in a Nitinol stent that fractured from ultrasonic cleaning-induced fatigue More
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Fig. 36 SEM image of intrados cracking in a Nitinol wire that has experienced compressive damage More
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Fig. 37 Metallographic image of cracks in Nitinol wire after damaging compressive bend and release More
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Fig. 38 SEM image of Nitinol wire fracture that shows compressive damage morphology More
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Fig. 39 SEM image of Nitinol wire fracture origin at compressive damage location More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 40 SEM image of fractured Nitinol catheter wire that exhibits compressive damage More
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Fig. 41 SEM image of Nitinol catheter wire fracture surface, showing microvoid coalescence morphology More
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Published: 01 June 2012
Fig. 53 SEM image of pitting at the Nitinol tube fracture origin More