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Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of Different Microstructure on Barkhausen Noise

Li Qiang Liu zhiming Miao longxiu Yuan Zuyi
College of Mechanical and electric Engineering,
Northern Jiaotong University Beijing 100044 Chain.
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ABSTRACT:

Introduction

Theoretical model of BN

Example of theoretical analysis

Acknowledgement

Reference

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