Effects of biaxial stress on martensitic steels
Tomka, G. J., Murray, N., Gore, J. G., Earl, J., Squire, P. T. and Maylin, M. G., 2001. Effects of biaxial stress on martensitic steels. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 226-230 (Part 1), pp. 980-982.
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Magnetisation measurements have been made using biaxial-stress apparatus on a thin martensitic-steel disc. To an approximation, the effect of tension in the field direction (Sx) has an equivalent effect on the magnetic properties to a perpendicular compression (−Sy), so that the effective stress, Seff=Sx−Sy. Departures from this relationship may be due to changes in coercivity with orientation of effective easy axes. A reversal mechanism more like coherent rotation or nucleation rather than pinning can account for these deviations.
|Creators||Tomka, G. J., Murray, N., Gore, J. G., Earl, J., Squire, P. T. and Maylin, M. G.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Physics|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000170708600358|
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