Stress-induced transformation in a Ni-Mn-In alloy and the concomitant change of resistivity

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Kokorin, V.V.; Konoplyuk, S.M.; Dalinger, A.; Thürer, S.; Gerstein, G.; et al.: Stress-induced transformation in a Ni-Mn-In alloy and the concomitant change of resistivity. In: MATEC Web of Conferences 33 (2015), 05007. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20153305007

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In this work, the influence of mechanical stress on magnetic properties and electric resistance of a Ni-Mn- In alloy was studied. It is shown that compression of Ni-Mn-In polycrystalline specimens brings about a stressinduced martensitic transformation. Optical images recorded in-situ confirmed the formation of a martensitic structure during loading and back-transformation upon unloading. Unloading after deformation of specimens that had experienced compressive strains up to 6%resulted in full recovery of their resistivity and magnetic susceptibility. The sharp increase in the electric resistance caused by the stress-induced transformation opens up new possibilities for Ni- Mn-In alloys to be used as a material for sensors responding to mechanical stress.
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Issue Date: 2015
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