Magnetoelastic instabilities in soft laminates with ferromagnetic hyperelastic phases
- PhysicsInternational Journal of Mechanical Sciences
Effects of loading rate, applied shear strain, and magnetic field on stress relaxation behavior of anisotropic magnetorheological elastomer
- Materials Science, EngineeringMechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures
Abstract Experimental research and numerical computation of stress relaxation behavior of an anisotropic magnetorheological elastomer (MRE) have been conducted in this paper. The anisotropic MRE has…
Magnetomechanical behavior of soft magnetoactive membranes
- International Journal of Solids and Structures
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Instability of a magnetoelastic layer resting on a non-magnetic substrate
- Physics, Engineering
Wrinkling to crinkling transitions and curvature localization in a magnetoelastic film bonded to a non-magnetic substrate
- Engineering, PhysicsJournal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids
Instabilities in the axisymmetric magnetoelastic deformation of a cylindrical membrane
A refined theory of magnetoelastic buckling matches experiments with ferromagnetic and superparamagnetic rods
- PhysicsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
A magnetic “stick–slip” model is proposed to explain the sudden bending transition of an elastic rod experiencing a uniform induction field applied at a normal angle with respect to its long axis and it is demonstrated that the magnetoelastic buckling corresponds to a classical Landau second-order transition.
Magnetic field induced deformation and buckling of slender bodies
- EngineeringInternational Journal of Solids and Structures
Stability of anisotropic magnetorheological elastomers in finite deformations: A micromechanical approach
On finitely strained magnetorheological elastomers
Two-field surface pattern control via marginally stable magnetorheological elastomers.
- PhysicsSoft matter
The magnetoelastic coupling allows for reversible on/off control of surface wrinkling under adjustable critical magnetic and mechanical fields, thus this study constitutes a first step towards realistic active haptic and morphing devices.