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The magnetostriction effect was first discovered by Joule at Manchester in 1874. 2 system. 3 USM system components. 4 Magnetostriction transducer (Kaczmarek, 1976 ). 17 18 Chapter Two ⑀m = ∆I I Fundamental excited frequency, 2f −H O t t +H Frequency f of excitation field Magnetostrictor excited by a variable magnetic field without magnetizing (Kaczmarek, 1976). 5 corresponding changes in a ferromagnetic object placed within its region of influence. This effect is used to oscillate the USM tool, which is mounted at the end of a magnetostrictor, at ultrasonic frequencies (18 to 20 kHz).

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