The coercivity changes and Barkhausen noise properties of the martensitic stainless steel with a tensile and compressive stress applied by a 4-point bending method was evaluated for aiming nondestructive assessment of residual stress of the steel. Both coercivity and Barkhausen noise signal shows monotonically changes against the applying stress when the materials have different microstructure states.
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