An approach has been presented to account for micro-plastic deformation and stress produced by accommodation of martensite. This has made it possible to describe such phenomena as incomplete recovery of strain, strain accumulation at thermocycling, and repeated two-way shape memory effect. Results of modeling are in good qualitative agreement with experimental data.

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