Barkhausen Effect and Microfracture
The Center for Polymer Studies at Boston University


[Citation counts listed when above 100.]


  1. D. Spasojevic, S. Bukvic, S. Milosevic, and H. E. Stanley, "Study of the Barkhausen Noise: Elementary Signals, Power Laws, and Scaling Relations," Phys. Rev. E 54, 2531-2546 (1996). PDF
  2. S. Zapperi, A. Vespignani, and H. E. Stanley, "Plasticity and Avalanche Behavior in Microfracturing Phenomena," Nature 388, 658-660 (1997). PDF
  3. S. Zapperi, P. Ray, H. E. Stanley, and A. Vespignani, "Scaling for the Coalescence of Microfractures before Breakdown," in Statistical Mechanics in Physics and Biology, edited by D. Wirtz and T. C. Halsey, MRS Conference Proceedings 463, 215-219 (1997). PDF of Abstract
  4. P. Cizeau, S. Zapperi, G. Durin, and H. E. Stanley, "Dynamics of a Ferromagnetic Domain Wall: A Theory of the Barkhausen Effect," Phys. Rev. Lett. 79, 4669-4672 (1997). PDF
  5. S. Zapperi, P. Cizeau, G. Durin, and H. E. Stanley "Dynamics of a Ferromagnetic Domain Wall: Avalanches, Depinning Transition and the Barkhausen Effect," Phys. Rev. B 58, 6353-6366 (1998). PDF [Citations: 191]
  6. G. Durin, P. Cizeau, S. Zapperi, and H. E. Stanley, "New Elements for a Theory of the Barkhausen Effect," J. Phys. IV France 8, 319-322 (1998). PDF
  7. S. Zapperi, P. Ray, H. E. Stanley, and A. Vespignani, "Avalanches in Breakdown and Fracture Processes," Phys. Rev. E 59, 5049-5057 (1999). PDF