Authors: Mugur B. Răuţ
In-water quenching technique, which is the preparation procedure of conventional amorphous wires (CAW), induces internal stresses in the material. These stresses, coupled with magnetostriction, give rise to large magnetoelastic anisotropies. Using the calculated distribution of internal stresses, the aim of this work is to evaluate the theoretical distribution of magnetoelastic anisotropies of CAW with positive, negative and nearly zero magnetostriction. The anisotropy constants were calculated as functions of wire dimensions, taking into account that the influence of wire length is neglected. Consequently, we elaborate two simple calculation programs which enable us to calculate the magnetoelastic distribution in every point of wire radius, for any magnetostriction, positive, negative or nearly zero, and any values of parameters and physical quantities involved.
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