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Magnetocaloric response of Fe75Nb10B15Fe75Nb10B15 powders partially amorphized by ball milling [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2009)
The magnetocaloric response of mechanically alloyed Fe75Nb10B15 powders was studied for samples with different amorphous and nanocrystal volume fractions. Thermomagnetic properties scale following a 3 law for different ...
Tunable magnetocaloric effect around room temperature by Fe doping in Mn0.98Cr(0.02-x)FexAs compound [Article]
In this work, we present an investigation of the magnetic and magnetocaloric properties of Mn0.98Cr(0.02-x)FexAs compounds with x = 0.002, 0.005 and 0.010. Our findings show that as Fe content increases the unit cell volume ...
Influence of Mn on the magnetocaloric effect of nanoperm-type alloys [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2010)
In this paper, the influence of the Mn content on the magnetocaloric response of ribbon-shaped amorphous samples of Fe80−xMnxB20 x=10, 15, 18, 20, and 24 , has been studied. For this purpose, the temperature and field ...
The magnetocaloric effect of partially crystalline Fe-B-Cr-Gd alloys. [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2012)
The influence of annealing temperature and crystallization on the magnetocaloric effect (MCE) of Fe-B-Cr-Gd partially crystalline alloys was studied. Although the alloys exhibited dissimilar devitrification behavior, all ...