Effects of Electrical Current and Tensile Stress on the Domain Structure in Polycrystalline Grain‐Oriented 3.25% Silicon Steel

@inproceedings{Gniewek1963EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of Electrical Current and Tensile Stress on the Domain Structure in Polycrystalline Grain‐Oriented 3.25% Silicon Steel},
  author={John J. Gniewek},
  year={1963}
}
A Kerr magneto‐optic apparatus has been used to observe the effects of an electrical current and tensile stress on the domain structure in commercial, 3.25% silicon steel. It is noted that a current density of 0.27 A/mm2 produces almost complete saturation in a favorably oriented grain. This effect of current should be considered in elastoresistance and low‐field magnetoresistance experiments. Upon application of a tensile stress of only 0.57 kg/mm2, a domain pattern resembling the `lozenge… CONTINUE READING

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