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Review of Scientific Instruments
A pressure cell has been designed to study the magnetostrictive properties of a material as a function of both pressure and magnetic field. For changes in length on the order of 2000 ppm, it is necessary to have a substantial compliance in the pressure cell to retain a constant stress over the length of travel.
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American Institute of Physics
Ostenson, Jerome E.; Finnemore, Douglas K.; and Jiles, David C., "Pressure cell for magnetostrictive measurements" (1989). Ames Laboratory Publications. 173.