A Review of the Magnetomechanical Modeling of Magnetostriction Materials
This paper presents an overview of the magnetomechanical modeling of magnetostriction materials. The introductory section starts with phenomenon of magnetostriction, a brief historical development of magnetostrictive materials and a variety of applications. This is followed by subsection on phenomenological constitutive, which is made up of the Zheng-Liu model, the standard square constitutive model and The hyperbolic tangent constitutive equations. The second deal with magnetomechanical behaviors of magnetostrictive materials based on domain rotation, which is made up of Jiles-Atherton model, homogenized energy model and the Armstrong model.
Keywordsmagnetostriction materials magnetomechanical modeling phenomenological constitutive domain rotation
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