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Reduced Barkhausen noise activity in material exposed to larger deformation.

Source: Pitoňák, M.; Neslušan, M.; Minárik, P.; Čapek, J.; Zgútová, K.; Jurkovič, M.; Kalina, T. Investigation of Magnetic Anisotropy and Barkhausen Noise Asymmetry Resulting from Uniaxial Plastic Deformation of Steel S235. Appl. Sci. 2021, 11, 3600.


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Martin Pitoňák, Miroslav Neslušan, Peter Minárik, Katarína Zgútová, Martin Jurkovič, Tomáš Kalina, CC-BY-SA-4.0

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