ASMA was established in 1993 with a mission conduct research on shape memory and super-elastic alloys on their basic properties and their applications. Our goal is to contribute to the evolution of science, technology and material reliability by facilitating and promoting the wide-spread ado@tion of shape memory alloys.
Ti-Ni alloys are by far the most well-known materials with shape memory properties. Shape memory alloys are widely used as actuators in water supply a...
Ti-Ni alloys are by far the most well-known materials with shape memory properties. Superelastic alloys are used in applications such as medical devic...
Aside from Ti-Ni, the best known shape memory alloys, a broad range of newer alloys based on alternative materials such as Iron, Copper and Magnesium ...
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