IJMTES – EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF AIRCRAFT MATERIALS USING MAGNETOSTRICTION EFFECT

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Selva Lakshmi M Maniiarasan P | Karthikeyan L M

Volume 02 Issue 10  Year 2015

ISSN no: 2348-3121

Page no: 19-21

Abstract Magnetostriction is the property of magnetic materials that causes them to change in their magnetic property when they are subjected to magnetic field. Steel and aluminium are the widely used material in aircraft. If the magnetic materials which are used in aircraft like steel, aluminium are exposed to magnetic field then there will be change in their mechanical property. This project involves experimental analysis of the materials which are exposed to the magnetic field. By using this effect Yield strength, hardness, ultimate strength, elongation can be enhanced. Magnetized specimens are compared with non-magnetized specimen ,if the properties of magnetized specimen are enhanced it can be used for aircraft application.

Keywords— Magnetostriction, Enhanced, Mechanical Property

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