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The sector of magnetism is swiftly advancing during this new millennium, revealing an ever-wider variety of magnetic phenomena on a couple of scale. With the emergence of numerous purposes fairly on a nanoscale, and their unpredictable implications totally on a macroscale, it might look that assorted elements of magnetism are unrelated. regularly, the overpowering volume of subject matters mentioned within the expert literature perspectives basically components of a box, ignoring a broader context. hence, the current publication goals at addressing the connection among it appears unconnected issues in magnetism. much less seen relationships are published between person fields on a number of scales, making them higher comprehensible.
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These residual stresses, whether axially compressive due to the rolling process, or built up at grain boundaries or between crystallographic planes, bring their own contribution to the magnetic anisotropy of the cold rolled specimens. The type of anisotropy described above is attributed to the cold rolling process itself, and has therefore been termed roll magnetic anisotropy [43,45,46]. It is believed to be due to complex metallurgical changes resulting in competing eﬀects between crystallographic texture, as well as anisotropic microscopic and macroscopic residual stresses.
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