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Authors:  H. Zhang
There are shape memory effect (SME) in Mn-based antiferromagnetic alloys same as
MnCu, MnNi and MnFe etc. There exist both antiferromagnetic transition (AT) and
martensitic transformation (MT) in the alloys. The MT with thermoelastic effect is following
AT. When Ms of MT temperature is close to TN of AT each other, the coupling of
transformation between MT and AT is formed, which resulted in hysteresis-free characteristics
of two-way SME associated with temperature. There also are magnetic field induced strain
(MFIS) and magnetic shape memory effect (MSME) in the antiferromagnetic alloys. Twin
boundaries of fct martensitie and walls of antiferromagnetic domain are consistent in the
alloys. With the help of movement of (011) twin boundaries in fct martensite, the reorientation
of martensite is produced and a larger MFIS is obtained under an applied field and showed
SME property. 

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