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11th European Symposium on
Martensitic Transformations

August 27 - 31, 2018
Metz, France
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  • First flyer: October 2017
  • Start on-ligne abstract submission:
    October 24, 2017
  • Abstract submission extended:
    March 16, 2018
  • Plenary speakers confirmed:
    May 7, 2018
  • Abstract acceptance extended:
    April 25, 2018
  • Invited speakers confirmed:
    July 17, 2018
  • Scientific program:
    June 15, 2018
  • Open registration and payment:
    May 15, 2018
  • Extended abstract submission:
    Deadline extended: July 13, 2018
  • Conference excursion:
    July 2018
  • Extended abstract review:
    Deadline extended: July 15, 2018
  • Accompanying program: August 2018
  • Program: Spring 2018


Session 9: NiTi Shape Memory Alloys
Chairperson

A. Tuisi, P. Sittner


Invited Lecture

Thursday August 30, 12:10
Dr. Petr SEDLAK, Institute of Thermomechanics, CZECH REPUBLIC
Presentation title: « Coupled transformation and plasticity in NiTi »
Friday August 31, 08:30 Prof. Carmine MALETTA
Universita della Calabria, ITALY
Presentation title: « NiTi fracture and fatigue aspects »

Oral Presentations: Thursday August 30

10:50
Sergey Prokoshkin, Sergey Dubinskiy, Andrey Korotitskiy, Vadim Sheremetyev, Alexander Glezer, Vladimir Brailovski, TEM and in situ XRD study of the stress-induced transformation mechanism in Ti-50.61 at. %Ni alloy with extremely small grain sizes (#210)

11:10
Francisco Manuel Braz Fernandes, Edgar Camacho, Patric Inàcio, Telmo Santos, Norbert Schell, In situ Structural Characterization of Functionally Graded Ni-Ti Shape Memory Alloy During Tensile Loading (#258)

11:30
Petr Sittner,Luděk Heller, Petr Sedlák, Hanuš Seiner, Ondřej Tyc, Lukáš Kadeřávek, Marek Vronka, Pavel Sedmák, Beyond the strain recoverability limits of martensitic transformations in NiTi (#212)

11:50
Mahmoud Barati, Shabnam Arbab Chirani, Mahmoud Kadkhodaei, Residual stress-induced martensite process in NiTi shape memory alloy during and after different training methods studied by electric resistivity measurement (#231)


Oral Presentations: Friday August 31

09:00
Henrique Martinni Ramos De Oliveira, Hervé Louche, Denis Favier, Influence of the heat treatment of nanostructured NiTi wires on the specific latent heat and martensite fraction during superelastic tensile tests. (#272)

09:20
Yuta Kimura, Kwangsik Han, Kodai Niitsu, Xiao Xu, Toshihiro Omori, Ryosuke Kainuma, R-phase and Intermediate-phase Transitions in Ti50.0-xNi47.0 +xFe3.0 Shape Memory Alloys (#206)

09:40
Diana Glazova, Natalia Resnina, Sergey Belyaev, Diana Glazova, Anastasiia Saveleva, Vitali Zeldovich, Vitaly Pilyugin, Natalia Frolova, M.N. Mikheev, Influence of grain size on shape memory effects in NiTi alloy (#157)

10:00
Sandra Hahn, V. Klemm, D. Rafaja, S. Kaufmann-Weiß, S. Fähler, M.F.-X. Wagner, On the growth mechanism of hetero epitaxial {100} Nickel Titanium shape memory alloy thin films (#158)


Poster presentations: Tuesday August 28


Tadeu Castro da Silva, Letícia Contaifer de Moraes, Arthur Pinheiro Barcelos, Edson Paulo da Silva, Cryogenic Treatment Effect on NiTi Wire Under Thermomechanical Cycling, (#279)


Lukas Kaderavek; L. Heller, L. Klimša, P. Šittner, How localized superelastic deformation of NiTi wires in tension affects its fatigue performance (#195)


Shayanfard, Pejman, L. Heller, E. Alarcon, P. Sittner , P. Sandera, J. Hornikova, J. Pokluda, The Effect of Stress Risers on Superelasticity of NiTi Components (#236)


Elena Demidova, A. Shelyakov, Strain variation during isothermal martensitic transformation in the Ti40.7 Hf9.5 Ni44.8 Cu5 shape memory alloy (#142)


Victor Grishkov, A.I. Lotkov, A.A. Baturin, D.Yu. Zhapova, V.N. Timkin, The effect of the isothermal mechanical cycling on superelasticity and shape memory of Ti49.3Ni50.7 (at.%) alloy (#226)


Antoine Jury, Ludek Heller, Eduardo Alarcon, Petr Sittner, P. Sedlak, M. Frost, R. Stalmans, Thermomechanical characterisation and modelling of NiTiFe and NiTiNb for design of couplings (#238)


Muslov, Sergey, Nanohardness and modulus of elasticity of single crystals of the TiNi-TiFe system (#154)


Ostropiko Eugeny, The influence of high-strain rate compression on the functional properties of the TiNi alloy (#261)


Sibirev Aleksei, Natalia Resnina, Sergei Belyaev Influence of holding temperature on recovery in martensitic transformation temperatures in TiNi alloy after preliminary thermal cycling (#152 #152-2)


Sergey Belyaev, N. Resnina, A. Ivanov, E. Demidova, V. Andreev, Pre-martensitic phenomena, martensitic transformation and strain variation in quenched Ni-rich NiTi alloy (#324)


Vicenç Torra, F.C. Lovey, Spain, Thinner and thick wires in NiTi SMA alloy and their applications (#118)


Anatolii Baturin, Alexander Lotkov, Victor Grishkov, Ivan Rodionov, Effect of aging at room temperature after hydrogenation on the martensitic transformation and superelasticity in the TiNi alloys with coarse-grained and ultrafine-grained structure (#233)


Boutheina Ben Fraj, Slim Zghal, Amen Gahbiche, Zoubeir Tourki, On the annealing temperature effect on the thermomechanical behavior of the Ni-rich NiTi SMA (#163)


Francisco Manuel Braz Fernandes, P.F. Rodrigues, E. Camacho, A.S. Paula, N. Schell, In situ study of thermomechanical processing of NiTi shape memory alloy (#260)


Chih-Hsuan Chen, Shyi-Kaan Wu, Yen-Cheng Wang, Martensitic Transformations and Shape Memory Characteristic of Ti-rich Ti51.9Ni48.0Si0.1 Shape Memory Ribbons (#176)


Alexander Shelyakov, Sitnikov Nikolai, Borodako Kirill, Menushenkov Alexey, Effect of annealing conditions on transformation and shape memory characteristics of melt-spun TiNiCu alloys with high Cu content (#229)


Sneha Samal, Ludek Heller, Jan Brajer, Jan Manak, Petr Sittner, Gradient of hardness and Young’s modulus over crosssection of laser annealed NiTi wires (#187)


E.E. Timofeeva, E.Yu. Panchenko, A.I. Tagiltsev, Yu.I. Chumlyakov, The features of the orientation dependence of reversible strain in aged TiNi single crystals at the variation of Ni concentration (#325)