Roundrobin SMA modeling

P. Sittner, L. Heller, J. Pilch, P. Sedlak, M. Frost, Y. Chemisky, A. Duval, B. Piotrowski, T. Ben Zineb, E. Patoor, F. Auricchio, S. Morganti, A. Reali, Gerard Rio, Denis Favier, Y. Liu, E. Gibeau, C. Lexcellent, L. Boubakar, D. HartlS. Oehler, D.C. Lagoudas, Jan Van Humbeeck

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    This article reports on an ESF S3T EUROCORES sponsored networking activity called Roundrobin SMA modeling organized with the aim to compare capabilities of various thermomechanical models of shape memory alloys capable to simulate their functional responses for applications in smart engineering structures. Five sets of experimental data were measured in thermomechanical tests on thin NiTi filament in tension, torsion and combined tension/torsion. The data were provided to six teams developing advanced SMA models to perform appropriate simulations. Simulation results obtained by individual teams were compared with experimental results and presented on a dedicated Roundrobin SMA modeling website. The evaluation of the activity in terms of the assessment of the capability of individual models to deal with specific features of the experimentally measured SMA thermomechanical responses is provided in this article
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalEuropean Symposium on Martensitic Transformations
    Publication statusPublished - 2009


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