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magnetoelectricity

[mag¦nēd·ō·i‚lek′tris·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
Magnetic techniques for generating voltages, such as in an ordinary generator.
(solid-state physics)
The appearance of an electric field in certain substances, such as chromic oxide (Cr2O3), when they are subjected to a static magnetic field.
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Along these lines, nevertheless, useful applications of multiferroics require that both magnetoelectric coupling is significant and the ordering temperatures are high.
Kolekar, Studies on magnetic, dielectric and magnetoelectric behavior of (x) NiFe1.9Mn0.1O4 and (1 - x) BaZr0.08 Ti0.92O3 magnetoelectric composites, J.
The coupling between the ferroelectric and ferromagnetic property distributions can be through the coupling of the spontaneous polarization ([P.sub.s]) of ferroelectric materials and the spontaneous ferromagnetic magnetization ([m.sub.s]), but this magnetoelectric coupling does not happen automatically [15].
To sum up, the magnetoelectric speed measurement cannot be used to measure the rotating speed of the turbodrill under downhole conditions due to many limitations, including inadequate sealing, difficult installation, and signal interference.
Fiebig, "Revival of the magnetoelectric effect," Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, vol.
The advantage of a matriciant method is that it equally describes the wave propagation in the presence of one or several physical effects, such as thermoelastic, magnetoelastic, and piezoelastic and magnetoelectric, piezomagnetic, and magnetoelectric effects.
Among the topics are single-phase type-I multiferroics: resolving the seemingly contradictive requirements for ferroelectrity and magnetism, bulk magnetoelectric composites: direct and converse magnetoelectric effects, the Landau theory of multiferroics, first-principle calculations for multiferroic BiFeO3, and topological vortex defects in an improper ferroelectric.
Known as a magnetoelectric multiferroic material, it combines electrical and magnetic properties at room temperature and relies on a phenomenon called "planar rumpling."
Magnetoelectric driving device for displacements of a guide needle bar in a weaving loom, FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe Vol.
As a result of which reduction in magnetoelectric coupling arises [5].