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Shape Memory Alloy Engineering by Antonio Concilio, Leonardo Lecce

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Index

Note: Page numbers with “f” and “t” denote figures and tables, respectively.

A
Abaqus, 193–194
Abaqus/Explicit, 194
Abaqus/Standard, 194
Abdulridha, A., 397–398
Abeyaratne, R., 100, 103–104
Abolmaali, S. A., 389
Abrasive processes, 239
Accumulated strain, 131f, 133f
Achenbach, M. A., 100
Activation temperature
in actuator design, 249
ribbon inclination versus, 260f
Activation-deactivation cycles, 289
Active element
in actuator design, 251f
size of, 246
Active forceps, 323
Active materials
direct coupling, 34
indirect coupling, 34
Active property tuning (APT), 43–44, 148–149
Active prostheses, 335–336
Active strain energy tuning (ASET), 148–149
Actuator
coil, 323
distributed, 290–296
FE model of, 288f
morphing architecture control of, 302
NiTi, 228t
output force, 223

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