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Field dependence of the magnetocaloric effect in materials with a second order phase transition: A master curve for the magnetic entropy change
(AIP Publishing, 2006)
The field dependence of the magnetic entropy change can be expressed as SM Hn. For soft magnetic amorphous alloys n=1 well below the Curie temperature TC , n=2 in the paramagnetic range, and n 0.75 for T=TC. The first ...
The magnetocaloric effect in soft magnetic amorphous alloys
The influence of different compositional modifications on the magnetic entropy change and refrigerant capacity of Finemet, Nanoperm, HiTperm, and bulk amorphous alloys is presented. For all the studied alloys, the field ...
Magnetocaloric effect and critical exponents of Fe77Co 5.5Ni5.5Zr7B4Cu1: A detailed study
(AIP Publishing, 2011-03-21)
The critical exponents of the alloy have been determined with the Kouvel–Fisher method to predict the field dependence of the magnetic entropy change DSM . The nonlinear fit of DSM ðHÞ to a power law provides a field ...
Influence of Mn on the magnetocaloric effect of nanoperm-type alloys
(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 ...
Detection of the onset of nanocrystallization by calorimetric and magnetic measurements
(AIP Publishing, 2005-01-24)
It is generally accepted that measurements of the magnetic properties are more sensitive than measurements of the enthalpy changes in the detection of the onset of crystallization of ferromagnetic phases emerging from a ...
Enhanced magnetocaloric response in Cr/Mo containing Nanoperm-type amorphous alloys
(AIP Publishing, 2007-02-01)
The magnetocaloric effect of Fe76Cr8−xMoxCu1B15 (x =0,4) alloys is studied. Although the combined addition of Cr and Mo is more efficient in tuning the Curie temperature of the alloy, the Mo-free alloy presents a higher ...
Magnetic permeability of ( Fe Co Ge ) 88 Zr 6 B 5 Cu 1 alloys: Thermal stability in a wide temperature range.
(AIP Publishing, 2008)
Temperature dependence, from room temperature up to 1000 K, of the initial permeability of Fe83−xCoxGe5Zr6B5Cu1 x=5 and 20 alloys at different stages of devitrification is reported. As nanocrystallization progresses, ...
Tailoring of magnetocaloric response in nanostructured materials: Role of anisotropy
The magnetocaloric response of an ensemble of oriented uniaxial magnetic objects, perpendicularly magne- tized to their easy axes, for temperatures close to the blocking temperature is calculated with the aim of demonstrating ...
Relationship between coercivity and magnetic moment of superparamagnetic particles with dipolar interaction
The temperature dependence of the hysteresis loops of Nanoperm-type alloys has been studied. In the high-temperature region above the coercivity maximum, the response of the system can be modeled as that of dipolar-interaction ...
High-temperature evolution of coercivity in nanocrystalline alloys.
(American Physical Society, 2002)
The temperature evolution of the coercivity of a Finemet-type alloy, in which 10 at. % Fe has been substi- tuted by Cr and annealed at different temperatures, has been studied. In the temperature region ...