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Вязкоупругое поведение сверхэластичной проволоки и металлотрикотажа из сплава никелида титана М. А. Ковалёва, А. А. Шишелова, А. С. Гарин

By: Ковалева, Марина АндреевнаContributor(s): Шишелова, Арина Андреевна | Гарин, Александр СергеевичMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Other title: Viscoelastic behavior of superelastic wire and metal knitted mesh from titanium nickelide alloy [Parallel title]Subject(s): никелид титана | одноосное растяжение | вязкоупругое поведение | сверхэластичностьGenre/Form: статьи в сборниках Online resources: Click here to access online In: Перспективы развития фундаментальных наук. Т. 1 : сборник научных трудов XVIII Международной конференции студентов, аспирантов и молодых ученых, 27–30 апреля 2021 г Т. 1 : Физика. С. 166-168Abstract: In this work, the viscoelastic behavior of TiNi wire with a thickness of 60 micrometers and a knitted TiNi mesh was assessed using the uniaxial tension method in order to develop general biomechanical criteria for the selection of superelastic implants. When comparing the obtained deformation diagrams for superelastic wire and knitted TiNi mesh, it was established that the tensely-coupled construction of knitted TiNi mesh limits the manifestation of the superelasticity, inherent in the wire. The knitted TiNi mesh made of superelastic wire exhibits rubber-like behavior inherent in hyperelastic materials and soft biological tissues.
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In this work, the viscoelastic behavior of TiNi wire with a thickness of 60 micrometers and a knitted TiNi mesh was assessed using the uniaxial tension method in order to develop general biomechanical criteria for the selection of superelastic implants. When comparing the obtained deformation diagrams for superelastic wire and knitted TiNi mesh, it was established that the tensely-coupled construction of knitted TiNi mesh limits the manifestation of the superelasticity, inherent in the wire. The knitted TiNi mesh made of superelastic wire exhibits rubber-like behavior inherent in hyperelastic materials and soft biological tissues.

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