Fatigue and Corrosion Fatigue of Cold Drawn WE43 wires.
Fatigue Performance of Nitinol Round Wire with varying cold work reductions.
Characterizing Fatigue Response of Nickel-titanium.
The Significance of Melt Practice on Fatigue Properties
An Investigation of Diverse Surface Finishes on Fatigue
The Influence of Melt Practice On Final Fatigue
Fatigue Failure Analysis of Enhanced 35N LT®.
A Hierarchical Initiation Mechanism Approach to modeling fatigue behavior
Structure-Property Relationships in conventional and nanocrystalline Niti intermetallic alloy wire
Cold-drawn bioabsorbable ferrous and ferrous composite wires: An evaluation of mechanical strength and fatigue durability.
Characterization of Binary Nitinol Actuators with Various Transformation Temperatures Employing Uniaxial Isobaric Loading
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