In conclusion it can be stated that a novel phenomenon, a mechanical auto oscillation, has been described theoretically and shown to exist experimentally. These auto oscillations occur when a nonlinear anelastic solid is forced into large amplitude oscillations in the vicinity of a martensitic transformation. They manifest themselves as a low frequency auto modulation of the a martensitic transformation. They manifest themselves as low frequency auto modulation of the forced vibration of such a solid. © 1980.
M. Wuttig and T. Suzuki, "Autooscillations And Nonlinear Anelasticity," Scripta Metallurgica, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 229 - 233, Elsevier, Jan 1980.
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