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Texture development in Galfenol wire
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11.The MUD (multiples of uniform distribution) is a contouring level referencing a perfectly uniform distribution of the total number of poles/directions throughout a pole figure (MUD level of 1). The higher the MUD, the more clustered the poles/directions and therefore the stronger the texture.
12.Unpublished data for directionally solidified FexGa1−x alloys where 12.5 < x < 35. B data extrapolated to determine 10 at% values. Work completed by ETREMA Products, Inc., under ONR Contract No. N00014-99-C-0053.
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