FSMA

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FSMAFinancial Services and Markets Act 2000 (UK)
FSMAFamilies of Spinal Muscular Atrophy
FSMAF-Secure Management Agent (F-Secure Corporation)
FSMAFurniture Sales of Mid-America
FSMAFull Service Maintenance Agreement
FSMAFoodservice Sales & Marketing Association
FSMAFlorida School Music Association
FSMAFerromagnetic Shape Memory Alloy
FSMAFinancial Services Modernization Act of 1999 (USA)
FSMAFiscal and Statistical Management Act (Canada)
FSMAFaculdade Salesiana Maria Auxiliadora (Brazil)
FSMAFerdie Soccer-Magic Academy
FSMAFonds de Secours Maladie-Accident (French: Sickness-Accident Relief Fund; Canada)
FSMAFinancial Services Marketing Association
FSMAFamilies of Spinal Muscular Atropy
FSMAFirst Source Marketing Alliance (online membership company)
FSMAFederal Surface Mining Act
FSMAFlorida Society of Medical Assistants
FSMAFunctionally Supported Maintenance Activity
FSMAFédération des Sociétés de Musique d'Alsace (French: Alsace Federation of Music Societies; Alsace, France)
FSMAFinancial Services Management (course)
FSMAForsyth School Media Association
FSMAFountain Square Merchants Association
FSMAField Services Marketing Association
FSMAFraternity/Sorority Management Association
FSMAFlorida State Medical Association
FSMAFactory Style Mini Audit (Randy Shepard & Associates, Inc.)
FSMAFrayser Sports Mentorship Association (Tennessee)
FSMAFood Safety Modernization Act of 2011 (US FDA)
FSMAFranciscan Sisters of Mary of Angels (religious order)
FSMAFord Service Managers Association
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Maier, "Magnetic field and stress induced martensite reorientation in NiMnGa ferromagnetic shape memory alloy single crystals," Acta Materialia, vol.
International Conference on Ferromagnetic Shape Memory Alloys (2d: 2010: Bilbao, Spain) Ed.
Ferromagnetic shape memory alloys have large magnetic-field-induced strain (MFIS) in addition to the magnetic shape memory effect (MSME) [1-3].
Unique among shape memory alloys (materials that can return to their original configuration after being deformed), are ferromagnetic shape memory alloys that change shape under strong magnetic fields.
The 16 invited papers, written by some 70 international academics and researchers, cover a range of topics including the phenomenological and microscopic mechanisms of the magnetic shape-memory effect, the physical bases of advanced properties of magnetic shape memory alloys, the structural aspects of martensitic transformations in both ferromagnetic and non- ferromagnetic shape memory alloys, technical applications and actuators utilizing shape memory alloys with considerations on their design principles and discussion of simulation results, as well as general issues such as damping, newly-discovered glassy martensite and modeling.
Topics include ferromagnetic shape memory alloys, convection in weld pools under microgravity, anodic porous zirconium oxide prepared in sulfuric acid electrolytes, and electrochemical characterization of titanium alloys in a simulated body fluid environment.