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It decreases with increasing nickel content and does not change with decreasing nickel content. Ternary alloying additions affect the transformation temperatures, and thus the shape recovery temperatures of Ti-Ni alloys. ^^ Substitution of iron for nickel separates the transformation temperature ranges of the B2 + R and the R -+ B19' e f f e c t i ~ e l y . * At ~ . ~present, ~ palladium6' and gold60 are the only alloying elements which are known to be effective for raising the transformation temperatures.
The R-phase transformation is martensitic and thermoelastic. 8%) and therefore the recoverable strain associated with this transformation is small. However, the temperature hysteresis of this transformation is also small. 5 K,53which is very much smaller than the hysteresis of the B2 B19' transformation which is greater than 40K. This small hysteresis is good for applications as sensors. 5Fe (at%) alloy annealed at 773 K (500•‹C)after cold-rolling. The test was performed at 193 K ( - 80•‹C) (48 K below R, and 30 K above M,).
B2: B2 luttice of the parent. H: hexagonul lattice of the R-phase. (After Fukudu et Variant C1001H COlOlH C0011, (0001)H Fig. 32. Model of self-accommodation in the R-phase. '") Fig. 33. (After Fukuda et ~ 1 1 . ' ~ ) parent) among the four variants relative to the parent lattice. A typical example of the self-accommodation of the R-phase is shown in Fig. 3 Fe (at%) alloy). There are two types of morphology. One is straight-band morphology and the other is herring-bone (saw-tooth) morphology. The former corresponds to the view from ,, or ,, and the latter to the view from [OOl],, of Fig.