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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Characterization of Minerals, Metals, and Materials
||Study on the Electrically Assisted Springback Reduction of Super-elastic Titanium Alloys
||Yong-Ha Jeong, Viet Tien Luu, Trung Thien Nguyen, Sung-Tae Hong, Hyunwoo So, Heung Nam Han, Sangwoo So, Hyun-Tae Hwang
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Electrically assisted springback reduction of super-elastic titanium alloys is demonstraed by u-bending experiments and the effect of electric current on the resultant meachnical properties is evaulated. Experimental set-up is estabilished by combining u-bending fixture and an electric current generator. The experimental result shows that the springback of the selected super-elastic titanium alloy could be nearly eliminated by applying electric current with a duration less than 500 ms to the specimen prior to unloading. The result of microstructural analysis confirms the electric current effectively reduces the dislocation density in the strain hardened specimen.
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