Meetings & Events

fall 1996 logo1996 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

December 2 - 6, 1996 | Boston
Meeting Chairs:
 Werner Lutze, Karen Maex, Karl Sieradzki




Symposium Y—Advances in Materials for Smart Systems - Fundamentals and Applications

Chairs

Easo George -- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Rolf Gotthardt -- EPFL
Kazuhiro Otsuka -- Univ of Tsukuba
Susan Trolier-McKinstry -- Pennsylvania State Univ
Marilyn Wun-Fogle -- Naval Surface Warfare Center

Symposium Support

  • Army Research Office
  • Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Office of Naval Research
  • PIOLAX, Inc.

 * Invited paper

SESSION Y1: PIEZOELETRICS I
Chair: Susan Trolier-McKinstry
Monday Morning, December 2, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
8:30 AM *Y1.1
HIGH ELECTROMECHANICAL COUPLING PIEZOELECTRICS - HOW HIGH ENERGY CONVERSION RATE IS POSSIBLE?, Kenji Uchino, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of MRl, University Park, PA.

9:00 AM Y1.2
PIEZOCERAMIC MICROACTUATION FOR ROBOTIC SPACE EXPLORATION, Sarita Thakoor, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena , CA ; J. Tarsala, M. A. Newell, B. H. Wilcox, J. M. Morookian, California Inst of Technology, Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, CA.

9:15 AM Y1.3
BIMORPH-BASED DOUBLE AMPLIFIER AS A SOUND RECEIVER FOR SMART SYSTEM, Baomin Xu, Qiming Zhang, Qing-Ming Wang, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, State College, PA; L. E. Cross, Pennsylvania State Univ, Matls Research Lab, University Park, PA.

9:30 AM Y1.4
NEW POTENTIAL MATERIALS CANDIDATES FOR HIGH STRAIN ACTUATORS, Catherine Heremans, J. H. Lee, J. P. Kucera, Yet-Ming Chiang, Harry L. Tuller, MIT, Dept of MS&E, Cambridge, MA.

9:45 AM BREAK

10:00 AM *Y1.5
DAVID TURNBULL LECTURE
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS IN SMART MATERIALS, Robert E. Newnham, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA.

10:45 AM *Y1.6
DOMAIN WALL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE PIEZOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF FERROELECTRIC CERAMICS AND THIN FILMS, AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IN SENSOR AND ACTUATOR APPLICATIONS, Dragan Damjanovic, David Taylor, Andrei Kholkine, EPFL, DMX-LC, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Nava Setter, EPFL, Laboratoire de Ceramique, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND.

11:15 AM Y1.7
EFFECT OF MECHANICAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS ON THE RESPONSE BEHAVIOR OF NORMAL FERROELECTRIC AND RELAXOR FERROELECTRIC MATERIALS, Jianzhong Zhao, Qiming Zhang, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA; L. E. Cross, Pennsylvania State Univ, Matls Research Lab, University Park, PA.

11:30 AM Y1.8
THEORY OF SMART COMPOSITES WITH A POLYDOMAIN ADAPTIVE COMPONENT, Alexander L. Roytburd, Univ of Maryland, Dept of Matls & Nuclear Engr, College Park, MD.

11:45 AM Y1.9
KINETICS OF FIELD INDUCED TRANSITIONS IN RELAXOR PLZT CERAMICS, Vladimir Ya. Shur, Ural State Univ, Inst Physics & Applied Mathematics, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; Gennadii G. Lomakin, Vladimir P. Kuminov, Stanislav S. Beloglazov, Ural State Univ, Inst Physics & Applied Math, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; Andris Sternberg, Univ of Latvia, Inst of Solid State Physics, Riga, LATVIA; Andris Krumins, Univ of Latvia, Inst Solid State Physics, Riga, LATVIA.

SESSION Y2: PIEZOELETRICS II
Chair: Dragan Damjanovic
Monday Afternoon, December 2, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
1:30 PM *Y2.1
APPLICATIONS OF ACTIVE THIN FILM COATINGS ON OPTICAL FIBERS, Glen Fox, EPFL, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Claude Muller, EPFL, DMX-LC, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Christian Wuthrich, EPFL, DMX-C, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Nava Setter, EPFL, Laboratoire de Ceramique, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Hans Limberger, EPFL, DMT-IOA, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND.

2:00 PM *Y2.2
PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS USE IN A MEMS PUMP, Carl Freidhoff, Northrop Grummon Corp, Pittsburgh, PA.

2:30 PM Y2.3
SMART PIEZOELECTRIC PZT MICROCANTILEVERS WITH INHERENT SENSING AND ACTUATING ABILITIES FOR AFM AND LFM, Chengkuo Lee, Mechanical Engineering Lab, Dept of Mfg Systems, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Toshihiro Itoh, Research Ctr for Advanced Sci & Tech, Tokyo, JAPAN; Jiaru Chu, Takahiro Ohashi, Univ of Tokyo, RCAST, Tokyo, JAPAN; Ryutaro Maeda, Mechanical Engineering Lab, Dept of Mfg Systems, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Tadatomo Suga, Univ of Tokyo, RCAST, Tokyo, JAPAN.

2:45 PM Y2.4
IN-SITU CONTROL OF THE DIRECTION OF SPONTANEOUS POLARIZATION IN FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS BY RF-MAGNETRON SPUTTERING, Kenji Iijima, Fine Ceramics Research Assoc, Synergy Ceramics Lab, Nagoya Aichi, JAPAN; Koichi Niihara, Osaka Univ, Inst of Scientific & Industrial Res, Osaka, JAPAN.

3:00 PM Y2.5
DEGRADATION EFFECTS IN PZT THIN FILMS STUDIED BY SFM, Alexei Gruverman, JRCAT-NAIR, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Orlando Auciello, MCNC, Ctr of Microelectronics,; Hiroshi Tokumoto, JRCAT-NAIR, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

3:15 PM Y2.6
THE EFFECTS OF BIAXIAL STRESS ON THE FERROELECTRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PZT THIN FILMS, Joseph F. Shepard, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Materials Science, University Park, PA; Susan Trolier-McKinstry, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of MS&E, University Park, PA; Mary A. Hendrickson, Robert Zeto, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Physical Sciences Directorate, Ft Monmouth, NJ.

3:30 PM BREAK

3:45 PM Y2.7
EFFECTS OF PROCESSING AND POLING VARIATIONS ON PIEZOELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF POLYIMIDE FILMS, Joycelyn O. Simpson, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Zoubeida Ounaies, National Research Council, Hampton, VA; Catherine Fay, National Research Council, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; Terry L. St. Clair, NASA Langley Research Center, Composites & Polymers Branch, Hampton, VA.

4:00 PM Y2.8
DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF PIEZOELECTRIC POLYIMIDES, Zoubeida Ounaies, National Research Council, Hampton, VA; Jennifer A. Young, Univ of Virginia, Hampton, VA; Joycelyn O. Simpson, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA.

4:15 PM Y2.9
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE LARGE ELECTRIC FIELD INDUCED STRAIN OF POLYURETHANE ELASTOMERS, Ji Su, Qiming Zhang, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA.

4:30 PM Y2.10
INNOVATIVE PROCESS DEVELOPMENT OF SrNbTaO/PVDF HYBRID MATERIALS FOR SENSORS AND ACTUATORS, Witold Kowbel, V. Chellappa, James C. Withers, MER Corp, Tucson, AZ; M. J. Cocker, Auburn Univ, Dept of Mech Engr, Auburn, AL; Ben Wada, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.

4:45 PM Y2.11
FABRICATION OF POLYMERS AND COMPOSITES CONTAINING EMBEDDED SENSORS, Paul Calvert, Univ of Arizona, Arizona Materials Lab, Tucson, AZ; Hugh Denham, Univ of Arizona, AML, Tucson, AZ.

SESSION Y3: OTHER MECHANISMS
Chair: Glenn A. Fox
Tuesday Morning, December 3, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
9:00 AM Y3.1
PARAMETER OPTIMIZATION OF A MICROFABRICATED SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE SENSOR FOR INERT GAS DETECTION, Sanjay Ahuja, Argonne National Laboratory, Energy Tech Div, Argonne, IL; Antonio DiVenere, Northwestern Univ, Materials Research Center, Evanston, IL; Apostolos C. Raptis, Hual-Te Chien, Argonne National Laboratory, Energy Tech Div, Argonne, IL.

9:15 AM Y3.2
FABRICATION OF PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS, Iqbal Hussain, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Electrical Engr, Mobile, AL; Ashok Kumar, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Electrical Engr, Mobile, AL; Steven C. Perlaky, Candace C. McCombs, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Medicine, Mobile, AL; Fei Zhong, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Medicine, Mobile, AL; A. Wierzbicki, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Chemistry, Mobile, AL.

9:30 AM Y3.3
CHARACTERIZATION AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF tex2html_wrap_inline515 SENSING THIN-FILMS, Carlo Cantalini, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chem Engr & Matls Science, L'Aquila, ITALY; Mario Pelino, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chemistry, L'Aquila, ITALY; A. R. Phani, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chem Engr & Matls Science, L'Aquila, ITALY; Sandro Santucci, Luca Lozzi, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Physics, L'Aquila , ITALY; M. Passacantando, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chemistry, L'Aquila, ITALY.

9:45 AM Y3.4
THIN-FILM MATERIALS AND SMART CHEMICAL SENSORS, Sabina Johnson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST, Los Alamos, NM; Xiaoguang Yang, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-1, Los Alamos, NM; Jeane Shi, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM; DeQuan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CST-4, Los Alamos, NM; Basil I. Swanson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Dept of Chemical Sci & Technology, Los Alamos, NM.

10:00 AM Y3.5
LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) SENSITIVITY OF Pd-DOPED tex2html_wrap_inline517 BULK SENSOR, A. R. Phani, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chem Engr & Matls Science, L'Aquila, ITALY; Mario Pelino, Univ di L'Aquila, Dept of Chemistry, L'Aquila, ITALY.

10:15 AM BREAK

10:30 AM Y3.6
INTELLIGENT pH SENSING USING SMART ELECTROACTIVE, CONDUCTIVE MATERIALS: AN OUTLOOK TO PATTERN RECOGNITION APPLICATIONS, Afshad Talaie, Jose A. Romagnoli, Univ of Sydney, Dept of Chemical Engr, Sydney, AUSTRALIA.

10:45 AM Y3.7
AN ELECTROOSMOTICALLY DRIVEN MOLECULAR TRANSPORT BARRIER WITH LARGE ASYMMETRY, Paul W. Bohn, Univ of Illinois-Urbana, Dept of Chemistry, Urbana, IL; John K. Steehler, Roanoke College, Dept of Chemistry, Salem, VA; Paula J. Clapp, Univ of Illinois-Urbana, Dept of Chemistry, Urbana, IL.

11:00 AM Y3.8
SYNTHESIS AND SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF INFRARED PHOTOCHROMIC MATERIALS, Rodney O. Dillon, Univ of Nebraska, Dept of Electical Engr, Lincoln, NE; Yeon-Gon Mo, Univ of Nebraska, Dept of Electrical Engr, Lincoln, NE.

11:15 AM Y3.9
SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL MAGNETORHEOLOGICAL (MR) FLUIDS BASED ON MAGNETICALLY MESO-SCALE DISPERSED PHASE WITH NAN0-SCALE ADDITIVES, Pradeep P. Phule, Univ of Pittsburgh, Dept of MS&E, Pittsburgh, PA.

11:30 AM Y3.10
MAGNETORHEOLOGICAL FLUID STRUCTURE IN A PULSED MAGNETIC FIELD, Joanne H. E. Promislow, Stanford Univ, Dept of Chemistry, Stanford, CA; Alice P. Gast, Stanford Univ, Dept of Chemical Engr, Stanford, CA.

11:45 AM Y3.11
DESIGN AND SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL LIQUID CRYSTALLINE THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS: A NEW CLASS OF ELECTRO- AND MECHANO-OPTICAL MATERIALS, Paula T. Hammond, Aaron Moment, Bindu Nair, MIT, Dept of Chemical Engr, Cambridge, MA.

SESSION Y4: COMPOSITES
Chairs: Hideyuki Ohtsuka and Jan Van Humbeeck
Tuesday Afternoon, December 3, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
1:30 PM *Y4.1
ACTIVE STIFFENING OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS BY EMBEDDED SHAPE-MEMORY-ALLOY FIBRES, Jacques-Eric Bidaux, EPFL, Laboratoire de Technologie des Composites et Polymeres, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Rolf Gotthardt, EPFL, Inst de Genie Atomique, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND; Jan-Anders E. Manson, EPFL, Laboratoire de Technologie des Composites et Polymeres, Lausanne, SWITZERLAND.

2:00 PM *Y4.2
SYSTEMS DESIGN OF ADVANCED MATERIALS: SMART STEELS, Gregory B. Olson, Northwestern Univ, Dept of MS&E, Evanston, IL.

2:30 PM Y4.3
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SMART METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES BY SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS, Kenichi Hamada, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle, WA; Jun-hee Lee, Univ of Washington, Dept of Matls Science, Seattle, WA; K. Mizuuchi, Osaka Municipal Tech Res Inst, Osaka, JAPAN; M. Taya, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle , WA; Kanryu Inoue, Univ of Washington, Dept of MS&E, Seattle, WA.

2:45 PM BREAK

3:15 PM *Y4.4
MODELLING OF ADAPTIVE COMPOSITE MATERIALS WITH EMBEDDED SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY WIRES, Rudy Stalmans, Luc Delaey, Jan Van Humbeeck, Katholieke Univ Leuven, Dept of Metallurgy & Matls Engr, Heverlee, BELGIUM.

3:45 PM *Y4.5
PROPERTIES OF NiTi-TiC COMPOSITE MATERIALS, David C. Dunand, MIT, Cambridge, MA.

4:15 PM Y4.6
Fe MODELLING OF ADAPTIVE COMPOSITE, Y. Wen, Ecole des Mines, Lad de Science et Genie des Matls, Nancy, FRANCE; S. Denis, Ecole des Mines, Lab de Sciences et Gendi des Matls, Nancy, FRANCE; Elisabeth Gautier, Ecole des Mines, Lab des Science et Genie des Materiaux, Nancy, FRANCE; Alexander L. Roytburd, Univ of Maryland, Dept of Matls & Nuclear Engr, College Park, MD.

4:30 PM Y4.7
BI-DIRECTIONALLY TEMPERATURE REPSONSE FOR SHAPE MEMORY COMPOISTE WITH EMBEDDED TiNi ALLOY AS EFFECTORS, Hitoshi Yoshida, Nat Inst of Matls & Chem Res, Dept of Composite Materials, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Atsuo Funaki, Mie Industrial Research Institute, Mie, JAPAN; Shoichiro Yano, Nat Inst of Matls & Chem Res, Dept of Composite Materials, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

4:45 PM Y4.8
EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF SMART STRUCTURE WITH DAMPING TREATMENT AND SMA, Cesar Levy, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Miami, FL; Qinghua Chen, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mech Engr, Miami, FL; Jianlu Ma, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mechanical Engr, University Park, FL.

SESSION Y5: POSTER SESSION
Chair: Susan Trolier-McKinstry
Tuesday Evening, December 3, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom (S)
Y5.1
SELF-MONITORING OF STRAIN AND DAMAGE BY CARBON FIBER POLYMER-MATRIX COMPOSITES, Xiaojun Wang, Inst of Semiconductors, Natl Res Ctr for Optoelectronic Tech, Beijing, CHINA; Deborah D.L. Chung, SUNY-Buffalo, Dept of Mech & Aero Engr, Buffalo, NY.

Y5.2
LATTICE EFFECTS IN La tex2html_wrap_inline519 Ca tex2html_wrap_inline521 MnO tex2html_wrap_inline523 THIN FILMS, Taeyeong Koo, Yoonhee Jeong, Kibong Lee, POSTECH, Dept of Physics, Pohang, SOUTH KOREA.

Y5.3
FABRICATION OF PSEUDO ONE-DIMENSIONAL PHOTONIC BAND BY GRATING PAIR METHOD, Kenji Todori, Shuzi Hayase, Toshiba Corp, Materials & Devices Research Lab, Kawasaki, JAPAN.

Y5.4
HIGH-SPEED LIGHT CONTROLLED SPATIAL LIGHT MODULATOR BASED ON MIS-STRUCTURE WITH BISTABLE DIELECTRIC LAYER., Peter G. Kasherininov, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, St.-Petersburg, RUSSIA; Anatolii N. Lodygin, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, Nonlinear-optical Lab , St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.

Y5.5
ELECTRICAL PHENOMENA IN FRICTION OF POLYMERS, Anatoly Sviridenok, Research Ctr of Resource Saving, Grodno, Byelarus; Vladimir N. Kestelman, IBK International Ltd, Radnor, PA; Albina Klimovich, Inst of Mech/Metal-Poly Sys, Gomel, BYELARUS.

Y5.6
CREATION OF POLYMER SYSTEMS SENSITIVELY RESPONDING ON THE CHANGES OF MEDIA PROPERTIES, L. A. Bimendina, Kazakh Academy, Chem Sci/Phy Chem, Almaty, Kazakhstan; S. B. Iskaraeva, Kazakh Academy, Dept of Physical Chemistry, Almaty, Kazakhstan; E. A. Bekturov, Kazakh Academy, Chem Sci- Physical Chem, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Y5.7
SEMICONDUCTOR LIGHT DETECTOR WITH OPTICAL CONTROL OF THE PHOTOSENSITIVE REGION FOR INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS, Peter G. Kasherininov, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, Nonlinear Optical & Photoelectrical Lab, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA; Andrey V. Kichaev, A.F. Ioffe Phys-Technical Inst, Nonlinear Optical & Photoelectrical Phenomena Lab, St Petersburg, RUSSIA.

Y5.8
THIN FILMS OF SBN-60 DEPOSITED BY RF-SPUTTERING, Lev A. Sapozhnikov, Sergei A. Simonenko, Irina N. Zakharchenko, Vladimir A. Alyoshin, Vladimir P. Dudkevich, Irina M. Sem, Valerii G. Smotrakov, Vladimir V. Eremkin, Rostov State Univ, Dept of Crystalphysics, Rostov-on-Don, RUSSIA.

Y5.9
POROUS SILICON ORGANIC VAPOR AND HUMIDITY SENSOR, W. M. Kwok, Chinese Univ of Hong Kong, Dept of Chem & Matls Tech, Shatin, HONG KONG; M. C. Poon, Hong Kong Univ Sci & Tech, Dept of EEE, Hong Kong, HONG KONG.

Y5.10
MICROSTRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF WO3 FILMS GROWN BY DIFFERENT DEPOSITION METHODS , Oliver D Greenwood, Robert J. Lad, Univ of Maine, LASST, Orono, ME; David J. Frankel, Univ of Maine, LAAST, Orono, ME; L. Jay LeGore, Univ of Maine, LASST, Orono, ME.

Y5.11
A STUDY OF tex2html_wrap_inline525 FOR USE AS HIGH TEMPERATURE PIEZOELECTRIC SENSORS, Rodney O. Dillon, Univ of Nebraska, Dept of Electical Engr, Lincoln, NE; Hendrik J. Viljoen, Barend R. Jooste, Univ of Nebraska, Dept of Chemical Engr, Lincoln, NE.

Y5.12
CRACKING IN FERROELECTRIC AND ANTIFERROELECTRIC CERAMIC MULTILAYER ACTUATORS, Xiaoyan Gong, Univ of California-S Barbara, Dept of Materials, Santa Barbara, CA; H. Yu, Univ of California-S Barbara, Materials Dep, Santa Barbara, CA; Zhigang Suo, Univ of California-S Barbara, Dept of Mech & Enviro Engr, Santa Barbara, CA; R. M. McMeeking, Univ of California-S Barbara, Dept of Matls & Enviro Engr, Santa Barbara, CA.

Y5.13
PHOTO-INDUCED POLARIZATION RECOVERY IN PZT THIN FILM CAPACITORS, Said A. Mansour, Purdue Univ, Dept of Materials Engr, West Lafayette, IN; Ashok V. Rao, Arden L. Bement, Gerald L Liedl, Purdue Univ, School of Materials Engr, West Lafayette, IN.

Y5.14
FERROIC DOMAIN STRUCTURE: ARISING AND EVOLUTION, Vladimir Ya. Shur, Ural State Univ, Inst Physics & Applied Mathematics, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; Evgenii L. Rumyantsev, Ural State Univ, Inst Physics & Applied Math, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA.

Y5.15
HARD AND SOFT LEAD ZIRCONATE TITANATE THIN FILMS DEPOSITED ON FLAT AND CURVED SURFACES BY PULSED LASER DEPOSITION, Johanna Leigh Lacey, Susan Trolier-McKinstry, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of MS&E, University Park, PA.

Y5.16
CHARACTERIZATION OF SrBi tex2html_wrap_inline527 Nb tex2html_wrap_inline527 O tex2html_wrap_inline531 THIN FILMS PREPARED BY SOL GEL TECHNIQUE, William Perez, Univ of Puerto Rico, Dept of Physics , Rio Piedras, PR; Ram Katiyar, Eleicer Ching-Prado, Anthony Reynes-Figueroa, Univ of Puerto Rico, Dept of Physics, Rio Piedras, PR; Amar S. Bhalla, D. Ramachandran, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA.

Y5.17
SURFACE STRUCTURE IN FERROELECTRIC PEROVSKITES, ATOMISTIC STUDY, Eugene Heifets, Univ of Latvia, Inst of Chemical Physics, Riga, LATVIA; Eugene Kotomin, Inst of Solid State Physics, Riga, LATVIA; David Fuks, Ben-Gurion Univ, Dept of Materials Engr, Beer Sheva, ISRAEL; Simon Dorfman, Joshua Felsteiner, Technion-Israel Inst of Tech, Dept of Physics, Haifa, ISRAEL.

Y5.18
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF THE PIEZOELECTRIC tex2html_wrap_inline533 COEFFICIENT OF PZT THIN FILMS, Joseph F. Shepard, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Materials Science, University Park, PA; Paul J. Moses, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of Matls Science, University Park, PA; Susan Trolier-McKinstry, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of MS&E, University Park, PA.

Y5.19
COMPLEX PIEZOELECTRIC AND DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF LEAD ZIRCONATE TITANATE CERAMICS, Tommy L. Jordan, NASA Langley Research Center, ETTD, Hampton, VA; Zoubeida Ounaies, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA.

Y5.21
STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESPONSES OF PZT-BIMORPHS WITH VARYING THICKNESS RATIOS71, Xiaoping Li, Drexel Univ, Dept of Materials Engr, Philadelphia, PA; W. Y. Shih, Drexel Univ, Philadelphia, PA; Wei-Heng Shih, Drexel Univ, Dept of Materials Engr, Philadelphia, PA; P.C. Y. Lee, I. A. Askay, Princeton Univ, Princeton, NJ.

Y5.22
COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT METHODS TO CHARACTERIZE MICROMECHANICAL SENSORS, Karsten Sager, Technische Univ Dresden, Inst of Solid State Electronics, Dresden, GERMANY; Erwin Hack, EMPA, Dept of Metrology, Dubendorf, SWITZERLAND; Arne Nakladal, Reinhard Buchhold, Dresden Univ of Technology, Inst of Solid State Electronics, Dresden, GERMANY; R. Bronnimann, EMPA, Metrology , Dubendorf, SWITZERLAND; Urs Sennhauser, EMPA, Metrology, Dubendorf, SWITZERLAND.

Y5.23
APPLICATION OF POROUS SILICON TO SILICON MICROMACHING, A. G. Nassiopoulos, G. Kaltsas, NCSR "Demokritos", Inst of Microelectronics, Athens, GREECE.

Y5.24
FLEXIBLE GRAPHITE AS A STRAIN/STRESS SENSOR, Xiangcheng Luo, SUNY-Buffalo, Composite Mtls Research, Buffalo, NY; Deborah D.L. Chung, SUNY-Buffalo, Dept of Mech & Aero Engr, Buffalo, NY.

Y5.25
HIGH-SENSITIVITY STRAIN MICROSENSOR BASED ON DIELECTRIC MATRIX WITH METAL NANOPARTICLES, Igor Konovalov, Toronto, CANADA; Rostislav D. Fedorovich, Inst for Physics, Kiev, UKRAINE; Sergey A. Nepijko, Inst of Physics, Kiev, UKRAINE; Larisa Viduta, Inst of Physics, Dept of Physical Electronics, Kiev, UKRAINE.

Y5.26
COMPOSITE POLYMERIC MATERIALS WITH ELECTRET COMPONENTS, Victor A. Goldade, Academy of Sciences, Gomel, BELARUS; Vladimir N. Kestelman, IBK International Ltd, Radnor, PA; Leonid S. Pinchuk, Academy of Sciences, Gomel , BELARUS.

Y5.27
IN SITU OBSERVATION OF DOMAIN REORIENTATION IN 0.90PXN-0.10PT SINGLE CRYSTALS UNDER THE APPLICATION OF ELECTRIC FIELD AND TEMPERATURE, Uma Belegundu, Maureen L. Mulvhill, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA; Kenji Uchino, Pennsylvania State Univ, Dept of MRl, University Park, PA.

Y5.28
THE EFFECT OF THERMAL STRESS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF CANTILEVER RAINBOW ACTUATORS, Qing-Ming Wang, Qiming Zhang, Baomin Xu, Pennsylvania State Univ, Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA; L. E. Cross, Pennsylvania State Univ, Matls Research Lab, University Park, PA.

SESSION Y6: SHAPE MEMORY I
Chairs: Yuriy I. Chumlyakov and Francisco C. Lovey
Wednesday Morning, December 4, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
8:30 AM *Y6.1
STRAIN-INDUCED MICROSTRUCTURE EVOLUTION IN MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION, Armen G. Khachaturyan, Yunzhi Wang, Rutgers Univ, Dept of Ceramics, Piscataway, NJ.

9:00 AM *Y6.2
THE R-PHASE TRANSFORMATION IN THE Ti-Ni SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY AND ITS APPLICATION, Ichizo Ohkata, PIOLAX, Inc., Medical Div, Yokohama, JAPAN; Hirokazu Tamura, Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd., Smart Batteries Section, Yokohama, JAPAN.

9:30 AM Y6.3
THE INFLUENCE OF HAFNIUM CONTENT, COLD WORKING, AND HEAT TREATMENT ON THE R-PHASE TRANSFORMATION OF NITI BASED SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Chen Zhang, Ralph H. Zee, Auburn Univ, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Auburn, AL; Paul E. Thoma, Johnson Controls Inc, Dept of Central Research, Milwaukee, WI.

9:45 AM Y6.4
CHANGE OF tex2html_wrap_inline535 TEMPERATURES AND ITS CORRELATION TO ATOMIC CONFIGURATIONS OF OFFSTOICHIOMETRIC NiTi-Cr AND NiTi-Co ALLOYS, Hideki Hosoda, JUTEMI, NEDO, Yamaguchi, JAPAN; Toshihiko Fukui, NKK Corp, Steel Research Center, Kawasaki-ku Kawasaki, JAPAN; Kanryu Inoue, Univ of Washington, Dept of MS&E, Seattle, WA; Yoshinao Mishima, Tokyo Inst of Technology, Precision & Intelligence Lab, Kanagawa, JAPAN; Tomoo Suzuki, Tokyo Inst of Technology, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Tokyo, JAPAN.

10:00 AM BREAK

10:30 AM *Y6.5
THE MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION AND EXTRA REFLECTIONS APPEARING PRIOR TO THE TRANSFORMATION IN AuCd ALLOY, Takuya Ohba, Teikyo Univ of Science & Tech, Dept of MS&E, Tochigi, JAPAN; Kazuhiro Otsuka, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

11:00 AM Y6.6
A STUDY OF THE RUBBER-LIKE BEHAVIOR OF MONO-DOMAIN Au-Cd MARTENISITE, Xiaobing (S.B.) Ren, Kazuhiro Otsuka, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki , JAPAN.

11:15 AM Y6.7
A THEORY OF SHAPE-MEMORY THIN FILMS WITH APPLICATIONS, Kaushik Bhattacharya, California Inst of Technology, Engineering & Applied Sciences, Pasadena, CA; Richard D. James, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, Minneapolis, MN.

11:30 AM Y6.8
DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTITUTIVE EQUATION OF SUPERELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF NiTI ALLOYS, F. Yang, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mech Eng, Miami, FL; Z. J. Pu, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mech Engr, Miami, FL; K. H. Wu, Florida International Univ, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Miami, FL.

11:45 AM Y6.9
THE TWO-WAY MEMORY EFFECTS BY PRE-STRAINING IN A tex2html_wrap_inline537 ALLOY, Graziella Airoldi, Univ di Milano, Dept of Physics, Milano, ITALY; Tullio Ranucci, CNR, Istituo per la Tecologic Mat Met non Tradiz, Milano, ITALY.

SESSION Y7: SHAPE MEMORY II
Chairs: Thomas J. Pence and Ralph H. Zee
Wednesday Afternoon, December 4, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
1:30 PM *Y7.1
THERMOTRACTIVE TITANIUM-NICKEL THIN FILMS FOR MICROELECTROMECHANICAL AND SMART MATERIALS SYSTEMS, David S. Grummon, Thomas J. Pence, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Matls Science & Mech, East Lansing, MI.

2:00 PM *Y7.2
EFFECTS OF MAGNETIC FIELD AND HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE ON MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN SOME SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Tomoyuki Kakashita, Toshio Saburi, Osaka Univ, Dept of MS&E, Osaka, JAPAN; Ken'ichi Shimizu, Kanazawa Inst of Technology, Dept of MS&E, Ishikawa, JAPAN.

2:30 PM Y7.3
EFFECTS OF THERMAL CYCLING ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND TRANSFORMATION BEHAVIOR IN FeMnSi-BASED SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Hideyuki Ohtsuka, Nat Research Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; G. Ghosh, Northwestern Univ, Dept of MS&E, Evanston, IL.

2:45 PM Y7.4
EFFECT OF NITROGEN ON SHAPE MEMORY BEHAVIOUR OF Fe-Mn-Si-BASED ALLOYS, Azita Ariapour, Univ of Toronto, Dept of MMS, Toronto, CANADA; A. McLean, Univ of Toronto, Dept of Metallurgy & Matls Science, Toronto, CANADA; Douglas D. Perovic, Univ of Toronto, Dept of MMS, Toronto, CANADA.

3:00 PM Y7.5
IMPROVEMENT OF THE CORROSION RESISTANCE OF NiTi STENTS BY SURFACE TREATMENTS, Christine Trepanier, L'Hocine Yahia, Maryam Tabrizian, Ecole Polytechnique , Inst de Genie Biomedical, Montreal, CANADA; Luc Bilodeau, Inst de Cardiologie de Montreal, Montreal, CANADA; Dominique L. Piron, Ecole Polytechnique , Dept de Genie Metallurgique, Montreal, CANADA.

3:15 PM BREAK

3:45 PM Y7.6
ACTUATOR APPLICATIONS WITH SINGLE CRYSTALS OF Cu-Zn-Al SHAPE MEMORY ALLOW, Alejandro A. Yawny, Marcos L. Sade, Francisco C. Lovey, CNEA, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Bariloche, ARGENTINA.

4:00 PM Y7.7
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF LASER ABLATED SHAPE MEMORY TiNi FILMS, Reazul Alam, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Electrical Engr, Mobile, AL; Ashok Kumar, Univ of South Alabama, Dept of Electrical Engr, Mobile, AL; W. F. Gale, Materials Research and Educational Center, Auburn, AL; J. A. Barnard, Univ of Alabama, Dept of Metallurgical & Materials Engr, Tuscaloosa, AL.

4:15 PM Y7.8
PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHY OF TWINS IN MARTENSITE IN Ti-Pd ALLOYS, Minoru Nishida, Kumamoto Univ, Dept of MS&E, Kumamoto , JAPAN; Yasuhiro Morizono, Kumamoto Univ, Dept of Materials Science & Engr, Kumamoto, JAPAN.

4:30 PM Y7.9
CHARACTERISTIC OF Cu-Al-Ni ALLOY PREPARED BY LIQUID-QUENCHING, Yasumitsu Tanaka, Shinichi Furuya, Kiyotaka Mori, Yoshitake Nishi, Tokai Univ, Dept of Materials Science, Kanagawa, JAPAN.

4:45 PM Y7.10
AGING INFLUENCE ON THE SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS AND SUPERELASTICITY IN TITANIUM - NICKEL SINGLE CRYSTALS, Yuriy I. Chumlyakov, Irina V. Kireeva, Siberian Physical Technical Inst, Laboratory 1041, Tomsk, RUSSIA; Viktor N. Lineytsev, Evgeniy V. Chepel, Siberian Physical Technical Inst, Tomsk, RUSSIA.

SESSION Y8: POSTER SESSION
Chairs: Graziella Airoldi and Ashok Kumar
Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1996
8:00 P.M.
Grand Ballroom/Constitution (S)
Y8.1
PSEUDOELASTICITY IN HIGH STRENGTHENING FCC SINGLE CRYSTALS, Yuriy I. Chumlyakov, Irina V. Kireeva, Gaukhar S. Kapasova, Siberian Physical Technical Inst, Laboratory 1041, Tomsk, RUSSIA; Elena I. Litvinova, Siberian Physical Technical Inst, Tomsk, RUSSIA.

Y8.2
SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS AND PSEUDOELASTICITY IN Ti 40%Ni-10%Cu SINGLE CRYSTALS, Yuriy I. Chumlyakov, Irina V. Kireeva, Yuriy L. Zuyev, Alexander G. Lwisyuk, Siberian Physical Technical Inst, Laboratory 1041, Tomsk, RUSSIA.

Y8.3
MICROSTRUCTURE AND MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS OF AGED Ti-Ni SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Vladimir G. Pushin, Inst of Metal Physics, Phase Transition Lab, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; L. I. Yurchenko, L. Yu. Ivanova, M. A. Druzhinina, Inst of Metal Physics, Ural Div, Ekateringburg, RUSSIA.

Y8.4
INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN ON MICROSTRUCTURE AND STABILITY OF TiNi-BASED ALLOYS WITH SHAPE MEMORY, Vladimir G. Pushin, Inst of Metal Physics, Phase Transition Lab, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; L. I. Yurchenko, M. A. Druzhinina, D. M. Kozhanova, Inst of Metal Physics, Ural Div, Ekateringburg, RUSSIA.

Y8.5
A PURE BENDING TESTING MACHINE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE TENSILE-COMPRESSIVE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Guido Riva, Pirelli Coordinamento Pneumatici, Ricerca & Sviluppo-Materiali, Milano, ITALY; Graziella Airoldi, Univ di Milano, Dept of Physics, Milano, ITALY; Gurdev Orjela, Pirelli Coordinamento Pneumatici, Ricerca & Sviluppo-Materiali, Milano, ITALY.

Y8.6
KINETICS OF THERMOELASTIC MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS, Hideyuki Ohtsuka, Nat Research Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; K. Takashima, Kumamoto Univ, Dept of Matls Science & Mech Engr, Kumamoto, JAPAN; A. McGeorge, Gregory B. Olson, Northwestern Univ, Dept of MS&E, Evanston, IL.

Y8.7
STUDY OF SHAPE MEMORY UNIT AND SHAPE MEMORY EFFECT IN Fe-Mn-Si ALLOY, Defa Wang, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Ctr, Tianjin, CHINA; W. X. Liu, H. X. Wang, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Centre, Tianjin, CHINA; Y. R. Chen, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Center, Tianjin, CHINA; Daozhi Liu, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Centre, Tianjin, CHINA.

Y8.8
MICROSTRUCTURE AND THERMOTRACTIVE PROPERTIES OF TITANIUM-NICKEL FILMS SPUTTERED AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE, Hou Li, Jinping Zhang, David S. Grummon, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Matls Science & Mech, East Lansing, MI.

Y8.9
THE EFFECT OF REVERSE TRANSFORMATION ON RECOVERY - RECRYSTALLIZATION PROCESS IN Ti-Pd-Ni HIGH TEMPERATURE SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Ya Xu, Kazuhiro Otsuka, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki , JAPAN; Tatsuhiko Ueki, Kengo Mitose, Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd., Yokohama R&D Lab, Yokohama, JAPAN.

Y8.10
MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SMART ALUMINUM-MATRIX COMPOSITE BY SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS, Jun-hee Lee, Univ of Washington, Dept of Matls Science, Seattle, WA; Kenichi Hamada, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle, WA; Kanryu Inoue, Univ of Washington, Dept of MS&E, Seattle, WA; M. Taya, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle , WA.

Y8.11
ENHANCED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SMART POLYMER MATRIX COMPOSITE BY SHAPE MEMORY EFFECT, Hiroshi Izui, Univ of Washington, Dept of MS&E, Seattle, WA; Kenichi Hamada, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle, WA; K. Ogawa, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mechanical Engr, Seattle, WA; Kanryu Inoue, Univ of Washington, Dept of MS&E, Seattle, WA; M. Taya, Univ of Washington, Dept of Mech Engr, Seattle , WA.

Y8.12
TRACKING OF STRESS AND TEMPERATURE-INDUCED MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS FOR MODELLING SHAPE MEMORY ACTUATION AND SUPERELASTICITY, Xiaochuang Wu, Thomas J. Pence, David S. Grummon, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Matls Science & Mech, East Lansing, MI.

Y8.13
COMPRESSION-INDUCED MARTENSITE TRANSFORMATIONS IN Cu-Zn-Al ALLOYS WITH e/a ;SPMgt; 1.50, Adela Maria Cuniberti, Ricardo Romero, IFIMAT-UNCentro, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA.

Y8.14
SHAPE MEMORY EFFECT IN DUAL PHASE tex2html_wrap_inline541 CuZnAl ALLOY, Svatoboj Longauer, Gabriel Janak, Peter Makroczy, Technical Univ, Dept of Materials Science, Kosice, SLOVAKIA.

Y8.15
STRUCTURAL DEFECTS IN THE 18R MARTENSITE OF CuZnAl SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Adriana M. Condo, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, San Carlos de Barilo, ARGENTINA; Francisco C. Lovey, CNEA, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Bariloche, ARGENTINA.

Y8.16
PRETRANSITION PHENOMENA, MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATIONS AND PROPERTIES OF B2 TITANIUM-BASED COMPOUNDS, Vladimir G. Pushin, Inst of Metal Physics, Phase Transition Lab, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; V. V. Kondratjev, Inst of Metal Physics, Ural Div, Ekaterinburg, RUSSIA; Vladimir N. Khachin, Republican Engineering Technical Ctr, Siberian Div of RAS, Tomsk, RUSSIA.

Y8.17
SIMULTANEOUS MANIFESTATION OF TOPOLOGY AND SHAPE OF THE FERMI SURFACE IN THE LATTIC STABILITY OF tex2html_wrap_inline543 -phase Ni-Al ALLOYS, Ivan I. Naumov, Theory of Solid State, Tomsk, RUSSIA; O. I. Velikokhatny, Inst of Strength Physics & Matls Sci, Dept of Strength & Matls Science, Tomsk, RUSSIA.

Y8.18
GRAIN REFINEMENT BY DECOMPOSITION PRODUCT IN CuZnAl SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY, Svatoboj Longauer, Margita Longauerova, Technical Univ, Dept of Materials Science, Kosice, SLOVAKIA; Vojtech Spetuch, Technical Univ, Dept of Metallurgy, Kosice, SLOVAKIA.

Y8.19
STRESS EVOLUTION DURING CRYSTALLIZATION AND ISOTHERMAL ANNEALING OF TITANIUM-NICKEL ON (100)Si, Jinping Zhang, Hou Li, David S. Grummon, Michigan State Univ, Dept of Matls Science & Mech, East Lansing, MI.

Y8.20
THE ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE PROPERTIES OF SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Graziella Airoldi, Michele Pozzi, Univ di Milano, Dept of Physics, Milano, ITALY; Guido Riva, Pirelli Coordinamento Pneumatici, Ricerca & Sviluppo-Materiali, Milano, ITALY.

Y8.21
STUDY OF Fe-Mn-Si-BASED SHAPE MEMORY ALLOW PIPE COUPLING, Daozhi Liu, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Centre, Tianjin, CHINA; Defa Wang, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Ctr, Tianjin, CHINA; H. X. Wang, S. J. Yu, W. X. Liu, Tianjin Univ, Analysis Centre, Tianjin, CHINA.

Y8.22
EFFECTS OF HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD AND TENSILE STRESS ON MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION IN Fe-BASED ALLOYS, Hideyuki Ohtsuka, Nat Research Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; G. Ghosh, Northwestern Univ, Dept of MS&E, Evanston, IL.

Y8.23
FERROMAGNETIC SHAPE MEMORY MATERIALS, Jian Li, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, Minneapolis, MN; Manfred Wuttig, Univ of Maryland, Dept of Materials & Nuclear Engr, College Park, MD; Richard D. James, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, Minneapolis, MN.

Y8.24
SHAPE MEMORY THIN FILMS OF THE SYSTEM Ti-(Ni-PD-Cu), Eckhard Quandt, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Inst Materialforschung 1, Karlsruhe, GERMANY; Helmut Holleck, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Inst fur Materialforschung, Karlsruhe, GERMANY.

Y8.25
PREDICTING RELAXATION IN GOLD-CADMIUM AND OTHER SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Pieter J. Swart, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Theoretical Div, Los Alamos, NM; Kaushik K. Bhattacharya, California Inst of Technology, Dept of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Pasadena, CA; Richard D. James, Univ of Minnesota, Dept of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics, Minneapolis, MN.

Y8.26
FREQUENCY EFFECTS ON THE DAMPING CAPACITY OF SUPERELASTIC NITINOL, Harry N. Jones, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.

Y8.27
THERMODYNAMIC CALCULATION OF THE MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION IN TiNi SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, Weijia Tang, KTH Electrum, Dept of MS&E, Stockholm, SWEDEN.

Y8.28
FATIGUE CHARACTERIZATION OF SUPERELASTIC NiTi ALLOYS, Jianhua Yang, Endo Tex Interventional Systems Inc, Menlo Park, CA.

Y8.29
DEVELOPMENT OF SMART MATERIALS FOR MONITORING THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF UNDERGROUND FACILITIES, John S. Dunning, Albany Research Center, Dept of Energy, Albany, OR.

Y8.30
SMART COMPOSITE BIOMATERIALS tex2html_wrap_inline545 , Peter Filip, Southern Illinois Univ, Materials Technology Ctr, Carbondale, IL; Jaroslav Musialek, Albert Kneissl, Karel Mazancc, Southern Illinois Univ, Materials Tech Center, Carbondale, IL.

Y8.31
CORROSION KINETICS OF LASER TREATED NiTi SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY BIOMATERIALS, Franceline Villermaux, Maryam Tabrizian, L'Hocine Yahia, Ecole Polytechnique , Inst de Genie Biomedical, Montreal, CANADA; M. Meunier, Ecole Polytechnique , Dept de genie physique, Montreal, CANADA; Dominique L. Piron, Ecole Polytechnique , Dept de Genie Metallurgique, Montreal, CANADA.

Y8.32
PROCESSING OF TITANIUM BASE ALLOYS WITH SHAPE MEMORY EFFECTS, Michael Yu. Kollerov, Alexander A. Ilyin, Moscow State Univ, Aviation Technology, Moscow, RUSSI.

Y8.33
INFLUENCE OF Ti- AND Ti-Ni BASED SEMIPRODUCTS TEXTURE ON SHAPE MEMORY EFFECT CHARACTERISTICS, Dmitry Yu. Makarenkov, Alexander A. Ilyin, Michael Yu. Kollerov, Moscow State Univ, Aviation Technology, Moscow, RUSSIA.

Y8.34
DETERMINATION OF THE UPPER LIMIT FOR THE CLUSTER MOMENT CONTRIBUTING TO THE GIANT MAGNETO RESISTANCE IN LASER DEPOSITED GRANULAR Cu-RICH THIN FILMS, Vicente Madurga, R. J. Ortega, J. Vergara, Univ Publica de Navarra, Dept of Physics, Pamploma, SPAIN; K. V. Rao, Royal Inst of Technology, Dept of Condensed Matter Physics, Stockholm, SWEDEN.

Y8.35
RADIAL, PLANAR AND HELICAL MAGNETIC ANISOTROPIES INDUCED IN CYLINDRICAL AMORPHOUS CoP MULTILAYERS, C. Favieres, C. Aroca, E. Lopez, M. C. Sanchez, Univ Complutense de Madrid, Dept of Physics of Matls, Madrid, SPAIN; P. Sanchez, Univ Politecnica, Dept of Physics, Madrid, SPAIN; Vicente Madurga, Univ Publica de Navarra, Dept of Physics, Pamploma, SPAIN.

Y8.36
SUPERELASTIC TiNi ALLOY DEVICES IN SPINE SURGERY, Boris Silberstein, Inst of Traumatology & Ortho Republican, Dept of Spinal Cord Trauma, Novosibirsk, RUSSIA.

Y8.37
QUANTITATIVE MICRO-DEFORMATION FIELD STUDY OF SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS BY HIGH SENSITIVITY MOIRE, Qing-Ping Sun, Ting Xu, Hong Kong Univ Sci & Tech, Dept of Matls Engr, Kowloon, HONG KONG.

SESSION Y9: MAGNETOSTRICTIVE MATERIALS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
Chair: James B. Restorff
Thursday Morning, December 5, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
8:30 AM *Y9.1
THE APPLICATION OF HIGH ENERGY DENSITY TRANSDUCER MATERIALS TO SMART SYSTEMS, Jan F. Lindberg, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Transducer & Hull Arrays Div, New London, CT.

9:00 AM Y9.2
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF LARGE STROKE TERFENOL-D tex2html_wrap_inline547 ACTUATORS, Michael J. Gerver, John R. Berry, David M. Dozer, James H. Goldie, SatCon Tech Corp, Cambridge, MA; Robert T. Ilmonen, Foster-Miller Inc, Waltham, MA; Kevin Leary, Francis E. Nimblett, Ray Roderick, John R. Swenbeck, SatCon Tech Corp, Cambridge, MA.

9:15 AM Y9.3
ADVANCED DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR TERFENOL-D DEVICES, G. Nick Weisensel, T. Toby Hansen, Etrema Products Inc, Ames, IA.

9:30 AM *Y9.4
HETEROGENEOUS MAGNETOSTRICTIVE MATERIAL SYSTEMS: EXPERIMENTAL AND ANALYTICAL, Gregory P. Carman, Univ of California-Los Angeles, Mechanical Aerospace Engr, Los Angeles, CA; Terrisa A. Duenas, Univ of California-Los Angeles, Dept of Mech Aerospace Engr, Los Angeles, CA.

10:00 AM BREAK

10:30 AM *Y9.5
MANIPULATING CHAOS, Mark L. Spano, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Silver Spring, MD; William L. Ditto, Visarath In, Georgia Inst of Technology, School of Physics, Atlanta, GA.

11:00 AM Y9.6
RESOLUTION OF A PIEZOMAGNETOMETER, Walter Podney, SQM Technology Inc, La Jolla, CA.

11:15 AM Y9.7
APPLICATION OF SMART MATERIALS TO WIRELESS ID TAGS AND REMOTE SENSORS, Rich Fletcher, Jeremy Levitan, Neil Gershenfeld, MIT, Media Lab, Cambridge, MA.

11:30 AM Y9.8
GIANT MAGNETIC STRAIN IN MARTENSITIC tex2html_wrap_inline549 , Robert C. O'Handley, K. Ullakko, J. K. Huang, C. Kantner, MIT, Cambridge, MA; V. V. Kokorin, Inst of Metal Physics, Kiev, UKRAINE.

SESSION Y10/I4: ACTUATOR MATERIALS
Chairs: Miko Elwenspoek and Carl Freidhoff
Thursday Afternoon, December 5, 1996
Commonwealth (S)
1:30 PM *Y10.1/I4.1
SHAPE MEMORY AND SUPERELASTIC BEHAVIOR DEVELOPED IN SPUTTER-DEPOSITED Ti-Ni FILMS, Shuichi Miyazaki, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Akira Ishida, National Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Kuniaki Nomura, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Tsukuba, JAPAN.

2:00 PM Y10.2/I4.2
TITANIUM-NICKEL SHAPE MEMORY THIN FILM ACTUATORS FOR MICROMACHINED VALVES, William Benard, Case Western Reserve Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr & Applied Physics, Cleveland, OH; Harold Kahn, Case Western Reserve Univ, Dept of MS&E, Cleveland, OH; Michael A. Huff, Case Western Reserve Univ, Dept of Electrical Engr & Applied Physics, Cleveland, OH; Arthur H. Heuer, Case Western Reserve Univ, Dept of MS&E, Cleveland, OH.

2:15 PM Y10.3/I4.3
TWO-WAY SHAPE MEMORY EFFECT OF SPUTTER-DEPOSITED THIN FILMS OF Ti-Ni, Akira Ishida, National Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Morio Sato, Nat Research Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Shuichi Miyazaki, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

2:30 PM Y10.4/I4.4
SHAPE MEMORY BEHAVIOR WITH A NARROW TEMPERATURE HYSTERESIS DEVELOPED IN SPUTTER-DEPOSITED Ti-Ni-Cu FILMS, Shuichi Miyazaki, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Akira Ishida, National Inst for Metals, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Takanori Hashinaga, Univ of Tsukuba, Inst of Materials Science, Ibaraki, JAPAN.

2:45 PM BREAK

3:15 PM *Y10.5/I4.5
MAGNETO-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF TERFENOL-D FILMS, Manfred Wuttig, Univ of Maryland, Dept of Materials & Nuclear Engr, College Park, MD; Quanmin Su, Yiting Wen, Univ of Maryland, Dept of Mat & Nuc Engr, College Park, MD.

3:45 PM Y10.6/I4.6
GIANT MAGNETOSTRICTIVE MULTILAYER THIN FILM TRANSDUCERS, Eckhard Quandt, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Inst Materialforschung 1, Karlsruhe, GERMANY; Alfred Ludwig, Forschungszentrum Julich, Inst fur Materialforschung, Karlsruhe, GERMANY.

4:00 PM Y10.7/I4.7
GIANT MAGNETOSTRICTIVE, SPRING MAGNET TYPE MULTILAYERS AND TORSION BASED MICROACTUATORS, Jochen Betz, Kenneth Mackay, Dominique Givord, CNRS, Laboratoire Louis Neel, Grenoble, FRANCE; Bernhard Halstrup, Univ de Kassel-Gh, Dept of Physics, Kassel, GERMANY.

4:15 PM *Y10.8/I4.8
PIEZOELECTRIC FORCE SENSING PZT MICROCANTILEVER ARRAY FOR MULTIPROBE SFM4340, Toshihiro Itoh, Research Ctr for Advanced Sci & Tech, Tokyo, JAPAN; Chengkuo Lee, Mechanical Engineering Lab, Dept of Mfg Systems, Ibaraki, JAPAN; Tadatomo Suga, Univ of Tokyo, RCAST, Tokyo, JAPAN.

4:45 PM Y10.9/I4.9
DEVELOPMENT OF MICROMIRROR FOR OPTICAL SCANNER USING PIEZOELECTRIC EXCITED AND ACTUATED STRUCTURES, Ryutaro Maeda, Chengkuo Lee, Mechanical Engineering Lab, Dept of Mfg Systems, Ibaraki, JAPAN; A. Schroth, Mechanical Engineering Lab, AIST MITI, Ibaraki, JAPAN; R. R.A. Syms, Imperial College, Dept of Electrical & Electronic Engr, London, UNITED KINGDOM.