Effect of isotropic surface films on the distribution of magnetic-phase concentrations in transformer steel with ribbed texture
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Isotropie surface films which produce tensile stresses in their substrates (cold-rolled transformer steel) increase the concentration of the magnetic phase, the vector Js of which is in the rolling direction, while films producing compressional stresses reduce this concentration.
For films which are not too thick, the dependence of the ratio of magnetic-phase concentrations on the thickness of the surface film is exponential.
KeywordsTensile Stress Compressional Stress Rolling Direction Surface Film Magnetic Phase
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