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Hysteresis and phase transitions

by Martin Brokate

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hysteresis -- Mathematics,
  • Phase transformations (Statistical physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 332-352) and index.

    StatementMartin Brokate, Jürgen Sprekels.
    SeriesApplied mathematical sciences ;, 121, Applied mathematical sciences (Springer-Verlag New York Inc.) ;, v. 121.
    ContributionsSprekels, J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA1 .A647 no. 121, QC754.2.H9 .A647 no. 121
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 357 p. :
    Number of Pages357
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL978303M
    ISBN 100387947639
    LC Control Number96015533

    Hysteresis of the temperature-induced structural phase transitions in some materials and nanostructures with first-order phase transitions reduces useful magnetocaloric effect to . The book covers phase transformations under high pressure in a wide temperature range in the elements carbon, Phase transitions in Si and Ge at high pressure and deformation under pressure Hysteresis and kinetics of low-temperature polymorphic transformations under pressure.

      One important issue raised in magnetism studies is the thermal response of various magnetic properties. This topic is known as the magnetic thermal hysteresis (MTH) which is principally associated with magnetic phase transitions. The MTH is of particular interest for both quantum and applied physics researches on magnetization of nanomaterials. Hysteresis of the temperature . The term phase transition (or phase change) is most commonly used to describe transitions between solid, liquid, and gaseous states of matter, as well as plasma in rare cases. A phase of a thermodynamic system and the states of matter have uniform physical a phase transition of a given medium, certain properties of the medium change, often discontinuously, as a result of the.

    The polymorph undergoes a reversible phase transition with a large variation in resistivity ( orders) and a small hyster≈ - esis in temperature (10 K) during thermal cycling. Varying the ≈ cycling temperature permits the selection of a specific phase; hence, distinguished resistivities appear within the hysteresis. Up to now, an effective theory or method to eliminate this thermal hysteresis is still lacking. Here, we propose to utilize the feature of magnetic transition at the morphotropic phase boundary (MPB) to eliminate thermal hysteresis and thus design a MPB-involved phase diagram in Heusler alloys of Ni 50 Mn 36 Sb 14−x In x (x = 0–14).


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Hysteresis occurs in ferromagnetic and ferroelectric materials, as well as in the deformation of rubber bands and shape-memory alloys and many other natural phenomena. In natural systems it is often associated with irreversible thermodynamic change such as phase transitions and with internal friction; and dissipation is a common side effect.

First, we show that a developing network exhibits a phase transition from quiescent to activated state when connectivity passes through a certain critical value.

Furthermore, when connectivity is subsequently decreased, the transition back to the quiescent state takes place at a lower connectivity value: hysteresis. Capillary liquid forms by a second-order phase transition at high coverage. Hysteresis occurs when there is a range of relative pressures at which a capillary gas phase (adsorption) and a capillary liquid phase (desorption) can exist.

Irreversible film thickness transitions also contribute to hysteresis. Hysteresis and Differential Equations.- Hysteresis in Ordinary Differential Equations.- Auxiliary Imbedding Results.- The Heat Equation with Hysteresis.- A Convexity Inequality.- The Wave Equation with Hysteresis.- 4.

Phase Transitions and Hysteresis.- Thermodynamic Notions and Relations.- Phase Transitions and Order. After an introduction to phenomenological thermodynamic theories of phase transitions, in particular, the Landau-Ginzburg theory and phase field models, several specific models are discussed in detail.

These include Falk\'s model for the hysteresis in shape memory alloys and the phase field models due to Caginalp and Penrose-Fife. Digital Object Identifier (DOI) /s Arch. Rational Mech.

Anal. () 63– Phase Transitions, Hysteresis, and Hyperbolicity for Self-Organized Alignment. [17]. Hysteresis is absent in second-order phase transitions by definition [18], but not a single undisputed example of such transition is found [17, 19].

The fact that first-order phase transitions are realized by nucleation and growth provides the direction where to look for the cause of hysteresis. Hysteresis is an exciting and mathematically challenging phenomenon that oc­ curs in rather different situations: jt, can be a byproduct offundamental physical mechanisms (such as phase transitions) or the consequence of a degradation or imperfection (like the play in a mechanical system), or it is built deliberately into a system in order to monitor its behaviour, as in the case of the heat Author: Martin Brokate, Jürgen Sprekels.

A simple phase-field model for first-order phase transitions with hysteresis is proposed. It describes both temperature- and stress-induced transitions between austenitic and (oriented) martensitic regimes in a shape memory alloy (SMA).

However, for the lattice 4 × 4, we obtained a first-order transition with a hysteresis at T eq ~ K, which satisfies the usual criteria of occurrence of first-order transitions in Ising-like model. Figure 6 showing the behavior of the thermal hysteresis width versus the system sizes summarizes the results.

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Finally, in section 5, we return to the spatially inhomogeneous case and investigate the macroscopic limit of the kinetic model towards hydrodynamic.This paper introduces a combined one-dimensional model for thermoviscoplastic behavior under solid-solid phase transformations that incorporates the occurrence of hysteresis effects in both the strain-stress law and the phase transition described by the evolution of a phase-field (which is usually closely related to an order parameter of the phase transition).Book.

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