Evolution of lattice strain and phase transformation of ß III Ti alloy during room temperature cyclic tension
Influence of short time anneal on recoverable strain of beta III titanium alloy.
(2 1 0) Texture in two cold-drawn beta Ti alloys.
Discovery of a <210> fiber texture in medical-grade metastable beta titanium wire.
Mechanical and microstructural characterization of new nickel-free low modulus β-type titanium wires during thermomechanical treatments.
Deformation of a Ti-Nb alloy containing α"-martensite and omega phases
Bend Moment Analysis Comparing Strand Annealed
Stress-induced phase transformation in a Ti–17Nb–1Cr alloy
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