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Ultrahigh damping in -phase state of Ti–Ni–Fe alloy
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(Color online) Internal friction (a) and storage modulus (b) as a function of temperature during step cooling for alloy by DMA. The sample was annealed at for in a closed quartz tube filled with Ar and followed by water quenching. (c) DSC result on cooling for the sample with the same heat treatment.

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(Color online) Internal friction (a) and storage modulus (b) as a function of temperature during step cooling for alloy after dehydrogenation treatment at for .

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(Color online) Comparison of the broad peak of phase in with that of in and in measured by DMA with amplitude of . Sample treatments and thickness: : , ; : , ; and : , .

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(Color online) Partial DMA cycling between phase and phase upon step cooling (closed symbols) and step heating (open symbols).

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Comparison of twinning shear in three martensite structures.

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Abstract

Developing high damping materials with high strength is of significant technological importance, and Ti–Ni-based alloys are attracting much attention in this respect. The high damping peak in martensite state has been shown to be related to the interaction between twin boundary and hydrogen according to recent studies. In this letter the authors studied damping capacity of phase in alloy, which has the lowest twinning shear among known martensites (, , and ) in Ti–Ni-based alloys. They obtained a very high internal friction for the relaxation-type peak in phase, much higher than that for martensite or martensite. Their results suggest that choosing martensite with smallest twinning shear (thus with the highest mobility) is an important guideline for developing very high damping materials. Furthermore, avoiding introducing precipitates and dislocations is also essential for obtaining high damping.

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Scitation: Ultrahigh damping in R-phase state of Ti–Ni–Fe alloy
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