Zener's model of a standard linear solid is extended to include nonlinearities characteristic of metals and alloys in the vicinity of a martensitic transformation. The equation of motion of a nonlinear anelastic solid is derived and solved using van der Pol's method. The characteristics of the solutions indicate that auto-oscillations of finite amplitude can be excited externally. It is proposed that the streaming oscillations represent the beat between the external excitation and the auto-oscillation. © 1979.
M. Wuttig and T. Suzuki, "Nonlinear Anelasticity And The Martensitic Transformation," Acta Metallurgica, vol. 27, no. 5, pp. 755 - 761, Elsevier, Jan 1979.
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01 Jan 1979