Thermoelastic state of a magnetically hard layer in a harmonic magnetic field with biasing
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We propose a procedure for the numerical evaluation of the thermal stressed state of magnetically hard bodies subjected to the action of constant and harmonic components of the intensity of an external magnetic field. The influence of the coercive force on the magnetic-field intensity, temperature, mechanical stresses, and displacements in a layer of K25Kh30M3 alloy is investigated.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Stressed State Structural Material Mechanical Stress External Magnetic Field
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