日本金属学会誌

J. Japan Inst. Metals, Vol. 69, No. 8 (2005),
pp. 643-648

Stress-Induced FCC-HCP Martensitic Transformation of Rapid-Solidified Co-Ni Foil

Takasi Ueno1,, Takesi Kubota2, Teiko Okazaki1 and Yasubumi Furuya1

1Faculty of Science and Technology, Hirosaki University, Hirosaki 036-8561
2Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Sendai 980-8577

Abstract:

Ferromagnetic Co-Ni alloys of less than 35 at%Ni exhibit a phase transformation from γ-phase (FCC) to ε phase (HCP): both phases are stable at higher and lower temperatures, respectively. Since both phases of these alloys exhibit high magnetization and thermoelastic martensitic transformation, it is expected as new ferromagnetic shape memory alloy. In this study, We prepared a rapid-solidified Co-32 at%Ni foil and analyzed thermoelastic and stress-induced martensite phase in temperature range of 77 to 673 K from observation of the texture, structure, magnetic property and Barkhausen noise. From these results, it is found that 1) the thermoelastic martensitic transformation is not reversible and 2) a stress-induced martensite phase is transformed to a austenite phase by heating. The result is caused by the mechanism of the transformation from a γ phase (HCP) to a ε-phase (FCC).


(Received 2005/3/1)

Keywords:

cobalt-nickel alloy, rapid-solidified foil, face centered cubic⇔hexagonal closed-packed transformation, martensite phase


PDF(Free)PDF (Free)     Table of ContentsTable of Contents

Please do not copy without permission.