Optimum G -Vehicle Dynamics Solutions by Claude Rouelle

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The quantization axis and with it the number of unoccupied spin-up and spin-down states depend on the orientation of the magnetization in the material. In particular the alignment of the magnetization parallel or antiparallel to the photon spin direction leads to a maximum or minimum transition probability for the polarized photoelectrons and therefore the X-ray absorption. The different absorption abilities are denoted with the absorption coefficient for right and left circularly polarized light μ+ (E) and μ− (E), respectively.

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06×10−3 this Laves phases possess a very strong influence of the magnetic field on the structure. However, this alloys exhibit also strong magnetocrystalline anisotropy making them unsuited for magnetoelastic applications due to the high saturation fields they require. Therefore, extensive research was done concerning amorphous rare-earth-transitionmetal alloys [9]. Since the magnetostrictive effects in this amorphous materials are related to magnetoelastic interactions between local strains and anisotropies controlling the direction of magnetic moment, relatively high magnetostriction constants with moderate magnetic anisotropies are possible already at RT [4].

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