The Effective Properties of Macroscopically Inhomogeneous Ferromagnetic Composites View Full Text


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DATE

2004

AUTHORS

A. Snarskii , M. Zhenirovsky

ABSTRACT

Various theoretical models (self-consistent field, local linearization, and percolation theory methods and an analytic solution of the linear problem for an ordered medium) for calculating the magnetostatic properties of two-phase composites containing one ferromagnetic phase were considered. The concentration and field dependences of the effective magnetic permeability were found. A method for determining the coercive force and remanent magnetization as functions of the ferromagnetic phase concentration was suggested. Numerical experiments were performed for composites with a periodic distribution of circular inclusions. The results were compared with the analytically calculated effective magnetic permeability. Were have also compared analytical calculation with experimental data. More... »

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375-375

Book

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Continuum Models and Discrete Systems

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978-1-4020-2315-6
978-1-4020-2316-3

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-4020-2316-3_60

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