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 Mullins effect has also been used to investigate induced anisotropy in particle reinforced silicone rubber (ref.
(5.) Guilherme Machado, Gregory Chagnon and Denis Favier, "Experimental observation of induced anisotropy of the Mullins effect in particle-reinforced silicone rubber, " Sixth European Conference on Consecutive Models for Rubber (2009).
The approach predicted the perturbed propagation constant and their spatial distribution with a maximum error about 0.1%, and for the same fiber with induced anisotropy, the error was under 0.6%.
Caption: Figure 6: Stress path of induced anisotropy.
This is proved by the choice of transverse isotropy hypothesis as induced anisotropy and not the orthotropy, which would be more natural, but the number of parameters would be excessive to a small benefit.
A damage constitutive model accounting for induced anisotropy and bimodular elastic response.
In this paper, we endeavor to incorporate the effect of inherent and induced anisotropy in the yield surface.
These disruption and generation of the contact normals are the main causes of the induced anisotropy in the granular materials [2].
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.e., the order of the defect radius.
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.
As it is established that induced anisotropy is a key parameter for the understanding of impact behavior, it is necessary to first characterize it.