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Magnetostriction and magnetic anisotropy of field annealed Metglas* 2605 alloys via dc M‐H loop measurements under stress

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3 Author(s)
Spano, M.L. ; Naval Surface Weapons Center, White Oak, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 ; Hathaway, K.B. ; Savage, H.T.

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Amorphous metallic ribbons annealed in transverse fields have enormous magnetoelastic coupling. An integrating magnetometer was used to measure magnetization M as a function of applied field H and tensile stress T in such ribbons, from which is determined the magnetostriction λs. A simple phenomenological model of moment rotation can account for the linear dependence of M as a function of H at T below 7×105 Pa observed in Metglas 2605SC. From the model we extract λs∼27×10-6 and anisotropy K∼38 J/M3. In stressed 2605CO no linear behavior is observed. This work substantiates previous high values obtained for the coupling factor and ΔE effect.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 1982

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