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The influence of Co addition on the magnetocaloric effect of Nanoperm-type amorphous alloys
(AIP Publishing, 2006-09-22)
The effect of Co addition on the magnetocaloric effect of amorphous alloys with Nanoperm-type composition has been studied for temperatures above room temperature. Co addition produces an increase in the maximum magnetic ...
A constant magnetocaloric response in FeMoCuB amorphous alloys with different FeB ratios
(AIP Publishing, 2007-05-04)
The magnetocaloric effect of Fe91−xMo8Cu1Bx (x = 15 , 17 , 20) amorphous alloys has been studied. The temperature of the peak of magnetic entropy change can be tuned by altering the Fe / B ratio in pk pk the alloy, without ...
Nanostructuring as a procedure to control the field dependence of the magnetocaloric effect
In this work, the field dependence of the magnetocaloric effect of Gd bulk samples has been enhanced through nanostructuring of the material. Nanostructuring consists in multilayers preparation by alternative rf-sputter ...
Reversibility of the Magnetocaloric Effect in the Bean-Rodbell Model
(Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2021)
The applicability of magnetocaloric materials is limited by irreversibility. In this work, we evaluate the reversible magnetocaloric response associated with magnetoelastic transitions in the framework of the Bean-Rodbell ...
Tunable magnetocaloric effect around room temperature by Fe doping in Mn0.98Cr(0.02-x)FexAs compound
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 ...
First- and second-order phase transitions in RE6Co2Ga (RE = Ho, Dy or Gd) cryogenic magnetocaloric materials
(Science in China Press, 2021)
Rare-earth (RE) rich intermetallics crystallizing in orthorhombic Ho6Co2Ga-type crystal structure exhibit peculiar magnetic properties that are not widely reported for their magnetic ordering, order of magnetic phase ...
Increased magnetocaloric response of FeMnNiGeSi high-entropy alloys
The search for high-entropy alloys (HEAs), a new class of materials, with high magnetocaloric perfor- mance can address the open question about their potential in functional applications. HEAs exist in a vast compositional ...