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Effect of stress on the law of approach to saturation magnetization in carbon steels

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3 Author(s)
Utsunomiya, T. ; Dept. of Archit. Eng., Kyoto Univ., Japan ; Nishizawa, H. ; Kaneta, K.

In high fields where the magnetization is approaching saturation, the resolved magnetic polarization I can be expressed by a power series of the inverse of external field H as: I=Is-b/H 2-c/H3 . . ., or alternatively in terms of the reversible permeability μrev=1+(2b/H3+3c/H4+ . . .)/μ0 where Is is the spontaneous magnetic polarization and b, c, are constants. These equations express the law of approach to saturation magnetization. The coefficient b for a cubic crystal has been deduced as b=0.0762/Is[K+1.5(λ100111)σ]2, where σ is the applied stress and others are magnetic constants. The values of reversible permeability μrev under biasing field H were measured for carbon steels with applied stresses. The results showed that the square root of 2b changed linearly with the applied stress, The values of magnetic constant K andλ100111 were calculated, They agreed with the standard values, but were affected by chemical composition and heat treatment of materials, especially in λ100111

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 3 )