induced anisotropy

induced anisotropy

[in′düst ‚an·ə′sä·trə·pē]
(solid-state physics)
A type of uniaxial anisotropy in a magnetic material produced by annealing the magnetic material in a magnetic field.
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The compaction induced anisotropy in the pore repartition is clearly evidenced, with a rather long typical range of action of about 30[micro]m, i.
In many soft magnetic materials including various amorphous and crystalline alloys, the phenomenon of field annealing induced anisotropy is often explained in terms of magnetic atoms pair ordering mechanism.
In this case, the internal magnetic field of each domain in the sample governs the direction of atomic diffusion and the direction of the induced anisotropy differs from domain to domain.
The ECAE induced anisotropy could produce complex bending/twist coupling in flexure that would not occur in tension.
As it is established that induced anisotropy is a key parameter for the understanding of impact behavior, it is necessary to first characterize it.
The general purposes are to visualize the exact local deformation of the polymer on one hand and to characterize the resulting mechanical properties of the deformed polymer on the other hand, that is, to improve the knowledge of the Induced anisotropy and its effects on the behavior of the polymer.