## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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The triangular flux line lattice is stable and opposes any

The triangular flux line lattice is stable and opposes any

**deformation**, such as compression or shear . In other words , the flux line lattice has finite elastic constants . It is difficult to calculate the elastic constants from the ...Page 266

Seeger and Kronmüller ( 1968 ) established field equations for this problem that incorporated the full theory of finite

Seeger and Kronmüller ( 1968 ) established field equations for this problem that incorporated the full theory of finite

**deformation**elasticity and solved them iteratively ( Kronmüller and Seeger , 1969 ) . All of these theories result ...Page 347

+ E. Magnetostriction The interaction between magnetization and strain produces a lattice

+ E. Magnetostriction The interaction between magnetization and strain produces a lattice

**deformation**in a magnetized body . When the specimen is magnetized to saturation , the saturation magnetostrictions along the ( 100 ) and ( 111 ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Epitaxial Interfaces | 3 |

Thin Films | 15 |

Semiinfinite Overgrowths | 37 |

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