Industrial Engineering & Management

ISSN: 2169-0316

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Khafaji NSL

Collage of Materials Engineering,

  • Research Article
    Sintering of Incorporated Shape Memory Alloys into Functionally Graded Materials
    Author(s): Khafaji NSL, Hafiz MH and Atiyah AAKhafaji NSL, Hafiz MH and Atiyah AA

    Shape Memory Alloys (SMAs) have been investigated as one of the most full of promise smart materials in multi applications. Among the commercially obtainable Shape Memory Alloys, nickel–titanium (Nitinol or NiTi) ones are wonderful due to their outstanding performance and reliability. In addition to strain recovery, (Ni-Ti) be an attraction in several medical applications due to its biocompatibility, corrosion resistance and fatigue behavior. Low range of transition temperature was the main challenges in the fabrication of these materials. A novel method was introduced to improve the range of transition temperatures by incorporating the shape memory effect into functionally graded materials concept. Therefore, industrialization and implementing of NiTi functionally graded materials made by a powder metallurgy method were carried out through the current work. Two samples with dif.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2169-0316.S3-002

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