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On the simultaneous action mechanism of a periodic mechanical stress and an alternative magnetic field in the reversible movement of the bloch wall

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Abstract

The mechanism of the simultaneous action of an alternating magnetic field and periodic mechanical stress during the reversible displacement of a Bloch wall is investigated.

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Rothenstein, B.F., Policec, A. On the simultaneous action mechanism of a periodic mechanical stress and an alternative magnetic field in the reversible movement of the bloch wall. Czech J Phys 15, 201–203 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01688865

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Keywords

  • Magnetic Field
  • Mechanical Stress
  • Simultaneous Action
  • Reversible Movement
  • Alternative Magnetic Field