Journal of Nanomaterials / 2014 / Article / Fig 12

Research Article

Size, Temperature, and Strain-Rate Dependence on Tensile Mechanical Behaviors of Ni3Sn4 Intermetallic Compound Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Figure 12

(a) The tensile stress-strain evolution of the “” Ni3Sn4 nanowire model at 700 K and strain rate = 10−4% ps−1, (b) snapshots of fracture evolution of the Ni3Sn4 atomic structure at various strains and (c) the residual strain after unloading versus the applied strain.
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