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Magnetocaloric effect in Mn-containing Hitperm-type alloys. [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2007)
The magnetocaloric effect of Fe60−xMnxCo18Nb6B16 x=0,2,4 is studied. Mn addition decreases the Curie temperature of the alloys but also reduces the peak entropy change and the refrigerant capacity of the material. The ...
The influence of Co addition on the magnetocaloric effect of Nanoperm-type amorphous alloys [Article]
(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 ...
Influence of the demagnetizing factor on the magnetocaloric effect: Critical scaling and numerical simulations [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2014)
In recent years, the magnetocaloric effect is studied not only for the search of potential magnetic refrigerant materials but also for the analysis of critical phenomena. In both cases, the demagnetizing field might have ...
Field dependence of the magnetocaloric effect in materials with a second order phase transition: A master curve for the magnetic entropy change [Article]
(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 ...
Influence of Ge addition on the magnetocaloric effect of a Co-containing Nanopermtype alloy. [Article]
(AIP Publishing, 2008)
The influence of the partial substitution of B by Ge on the magnetocaloric response of Fe78Co5Zr6B10Cu1 is studied. Ge addition produces a reduction in the temperature at which the peak entropy change takes place, as ...