Stress dependence of bistability in a zero-magnetostrictive amorphous wire
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New data on the bistability of (Co95Fe5)72.5Si12.5B15 amorphous wire are discussed in the framework of a simple model of magnetic interaction between inner core and outer shell of a wire. Experimental results are reported on the tensile stress and annealing-time dependence of switching field and remanence magnetization, for longitudinal and circular hysteresis loops. Theoretical considerations allow various scenarios of the bistability effect to be distinguished, which are helpful in our understanding of the experimental data.
KeywordsPolymer Experimental Data Simple Model Tensile Stress Hysteresis Loop
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