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V. Sepe S. Marfia F. Auricchio

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Lately porous shape memory alloys (SMA) have attracted great interest as low weight materials characterized by high energy dissipation capability. In the present contribution a micromechanical study of porous SMA is proposed, introducing the simplifying hypothesis of periodic distribution of voids. The mechanical response of the heterogeneous porous medium is derived by performing nonlinear finite element micromechanical analyses considering a typical repetitive unit cell made of a circular hole in a dense SMA matrix and prescribing suitable periodicity and continuity conditions. The constitutive behavior and the dissipation energy capability of the porous Nitinol are examined for several porosity levels. Numerical applications are performed in order to test the ability of the proposed procedure to well capture the overall behavior and the key features of the special heterogeneous material.

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    Sepe, V., Marfia, S., & Auricchio, F. (2014). Response of porous SMA: a micromechanical study. Frattura Ed Integrità Strutturale, 8(29), pages 85–96. https://doi.org/10.3221/IGF-ESIS.29.09

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