Location

Brunswick, ME

Start Date

1-1-1990 12:00 AM

Description

There are a lot of experimental results concerning the effect of stress, elastic and plastic deformation and dislocation structure on the magnetic properties of ferromagnetic material. Atherton et al. measured stress induced changes in the magnetization of steel pipesl. Schroeder et al. studied domain arrangement in plastically deformed iron single crystals2. Hayashi et al. found that the application of an oscillating magnetic field during tensile testing reduced the flow stress of nickel3. Jiles and Atherton4,5D reported changes in magnetization during one stress cycle as a function of an external magnetic field. They have also reported a theory that describes ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effect of stress on magnetization. This theory is based on the Langevins theory of paramagnetism. Jiles and Atherton4 have experimentally shown that the modified Langevins equation gives the change in magnetization as a function of the applied magnetic field.

Book Title

Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation

Volume

9B

Chapter

Chapter 8: Characterization of Materials

Section

Ferrous Materials and Methods

Pages

1829-1835

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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Changes in Magnetization and in Dislocation Arrangements in Cyclically Deformed Iron and Nickel

Brunswick, ME

There are a lot of experimental results concerning the effect of stress, elastic and plastic deformation and dislocation structure on the magnetic properties of ferromagnetic material. Atherton et al. measured stress induced changes in the magnetization of steel pipesl. Schroeder et al. studied domain arrangement in plastically deformed iron single crystals2. Hayashi et al. found that the application of an oscillating magnetic field during tensile testing reduced the flow stress of nickel3. Jiles and Atherton4,5D reported changes in magnetization during one stress cycle as a function of an external magnetic field. They have also reported a theory that describes ferromagnetic hysteresis and the effect of stress on magnetization. This theory is based on the Langevins theory of paramagnetism. Jiles and Atherton4 have experimentally shown that the modified Langevins equation gives the change in magnetization as a function of the applied magnetic field.