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Sincehe has built up a magnetics group at KTH concerned with the characterization and modeling of magnetic and magnetostrictive materials. Chapter 2 Modeling of Giant Magnetostrictive Materials. Sincehe has been an associate professor in the department of electric power engineering, KTH, Stockholm.
Explanations and illustrations of stress and strain, coupling, equivalent circuits, resonance, wave propagation, eddy currents, hysteresis, among others, are included.
This series presents volumes on those aspects of applied and theoretical electromagnetism that are becoming increasingly important in modern and rapidly development technology. Hysteresis in Magnetism Giorgio Bertotti. The book also contains a market inventory with valuable contact information.
The first chapter is entitled “Physics of Giant Magnetostriction. The book covers the physical origin of giant magnetostriction, its manufacturing and metallurgy, and The final chapter offers an up-to-date review of the emerging giant magnetostrictive thin film technologies.
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The group has made significant contributions to the state-of-the-art in dynamic simulation of magnetostrictive systems comprising hysteresis effects.
The recent development of modern technologies, such as microfabrication, and materials, such as rare earth based bulk materials and magnetic thin films, has produced new opportunities for the study and application of magnetostriction.
Handbook of Giant Magnetostrictive Materials
Thus, discovery of giant magnetostrictionenables one, in particular, to generate ultrasound and extend the usage of the non-destructive control techniques; development of cryogenic technologies gives new insight to the forced magnetostriction, namely to its irreversible component, related to magnetization reversal and thermoactivated processeswhich are involved in displacement of the domain walls and flux linesi.
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He is a recognized authority in magnetics which is the area of this book. Chapter 3 covers magnetostrictive design and contains discussions of magnetic, electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, and thermal design. It is timely to review and explore the various possibilities offered magnetostructive, and attempt to co-ordinate the use of large scale facilities to maximise the scientific output. Handbook of Giant Magnetostrictive Materials contains the knowledge that a mechanical or an electrical engineer needs when considering the use of magnetostrictive materials in a construction project.
This chapter includes 85 figures, 50 equations, and 13 tables, all of which serve as excellent illustrative guides to understanding the subject. He served as a consultant for many years matefials the Research and Development Center of General Electric Company and has been selected as a visiting research fellow of this center. A structured inventory of current and giat applications of giant magnetostrictive materials is given, covering areas such as sound and vibration sources, vibration control, motional control, material processing, and electromechanical converters.
The book is a fairly thorough treatment of giant magnetostrictive materials, from basic theory and physics to applications. Since that time materals has been both study of the basic science, and application in such areas as the generators of sound, magnetoacoustic transformers, actuators for opto-electronic systems, devices for non-destructive control and remote detection and ranging.
The recent opening up of Eastern Europe makes such a meeting practical, as before much expertise lay beyond the hamdbook of western scientists. Spread of the novel experimental techniques like magnetic resonances, neutron scattering, modern X-ray facilities to magnetostriction examination, allows high resolution structural studies of magnetostriction and the differentiation of its surface and bulk components.