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Magnetic and Magnetostrictive Behavior of Iron-Silicon Single Crystals Under Uniaxial Stress

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This paper presents the full characterization of the reversible magneto-mechanical behavior of iron-silicon single crystals. Magnetostriction and magnetization measurements under tensile mechanical loading have been performed on specimen collected along the ¿100 ¿, ¿110 ¿ and ¿111 ¿ crystallographic axes. A theoretical interpretation of the results is attempted.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 2 )