Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter

7.1.3.4.2 Stress-induced anisotropy

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This chapter contains figures representing stress-induced anisotropy of application-oriented amorphous ferromagnetic alloys. The anisotropy induced by stress annealing cannot be reduced to magnetoelastic effects, since it can be induced by annealing above Tc and there exists no simple relation between Ku and λs. The effects of stress and field annealing applied simultaneously do not simply add to each other, and can eventually result in a higher anisotropy in comparison with the simple sum of separate effects. Magnetic anisotropy Ku induced by stress annealing is plotted as a function of Fe content x. Magnetic anisotropy Ku induced by stress-annealing is plotted as a function of tensile stress σ applied during annealing for 1 h at 300º C. Magnetic anisotropy Ku(T) induced by stress-annealing is plotted as a function of saturation polarization cubed for various values of the Fe content x, and stress-induced magnetic anisotropy Ku is plotted as a function of annealing temperature Ta, for different values of annealing time ta under tension.

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Title
7.1.3.4.2 Stress-induced anisotropy
Book Title
Magnetic Alloys for Technical Applications. Soft Magnetic Alloys, Invar and Elinvar Alloys
In
7.1.3.4 Induced magnetic anisotropy
Book DOI
10.1007/b91565
Chapter DOI
10.1007/10065028_49
Part of
Landolt-Börnstein - Group III Condensed Matter
Volume
19I1
Editors
  • H. P. J. Wijn
  • Authors
  • S. Roth
  • A. R. Ferchmin
  • S. Kobe
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