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We have measured the dependence of the yield point σy on the magnetic induction B=00.48 T and the strain rate .


The field dependence of the MLB in Dy2S3 and Pr2S3 is a combination of two contributions, quadratic and linear with respect to the magnetic induction B, both possessing a strong anisotropy.


Active deformation of LiF crystals in a dc magnetic field B is shown to produce strong plasticization, which is the more pronounced, the higher is the magnetic induction B and the lower the strain rate .


An analysis of the behavior of dislocations in electric and magnetic fields has revealed a parabolic dependence of the dislocation path length on the magnetic induction B.


The magnetoplasma effect was observed for the magnetic induction B≈15 T, with change in the transmission close to 100%.


As a consequence of quantization of the magnetic induction B(H), quantization of the Hall resistivity ρxy(H) is possible.


A simple design for a miniature cesium magnetometer intended for measuring the residual magnetic induction (B0≤1000 nT) in ferromagnetic shields of cylindrical shape with an internal diameter ?≥15 mm is described.


The adiabatic approximation of motion in the plane perpendicular to the magnetic induction B and the averaged motion in the direction parallel to B are derived from the Hamiltonian transformed to natural coordinates.


We find that, a shock of speed Vs = 10 km s1 and magnetic induction B=4.1×106 Gauss, propagate into molecular gas density of n=104cm3, and with initial temperature of 30 K (pre shock) satisfy the physical conditions of W3 IRS5.


A very low level of core loss (W15/50 = 2.2 W/kg) and high magnetic induction (B50 = 1.7 T) were obtained in the Ni added steel.


All components of Sik are independent of the magnetic induction B and can be considered as thermodynamic variables of the system together with B.


The amplitude of the current and potential oscillations, the frequency, and the modulus of the wave vector of the wave are analyzed as functions of the electric field E and the magnetic induction B at 78, 300, and 350°K.


Vector plot of the magnetic induction B in a cross section of the microrelay as obtained from a 2D magnetic FE simulation.

