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Method for Measuring Magnetostriction Corrected for Initial Domain Distribution and its Application to Nickel and Iron

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Stauss, H.E. ; U. S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington 25, D. C.

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A method has been developed for the measurement of magnetostrictive strain that overcomes the effect of initial domain distribution in isotropic materials. A cubic specimen is used, placed between two iron rods of the same cross section. The combination is put along the common axis of two like solenoids connected in series. Strain is measured with a resistance strain gauge, once parallel to the magnetic field, and a second time normal to the field after the specimen has been rotated 90°. At saturation the algebraic difference gives 3/2 of the saturation magnetostriction. Use of the difference eliminates or reduces a number of experimental errors in addition to that arising from nonrandomness of initial domain distribution. The method has been applied to grade A nickel and armco iron.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 1958

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