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How extrinsic is the coercivity in NdFeB bonded magnets?.
(New York, 2013-09)
The influence of the densification step, performed by uniaxial pressing at room temperature, on the coercivity μ0Hc of NdFeB bonded magnets has been analyzed. The mass density does not play any role on μ0Hc of non-cured ...
Coercivity enhancement of hexagonal ferrites
(Trans Tech Publications, 2013-05)
Hexagonal ferrites have been widely used as permanent magnets since their discovery in the 1950s. In spite of their relatively modest magnetic properties, ferrite magnets still show the best performance-to-cost ratio and ...
Dynamic coercivity of Mo-doped FINEMETs
(Elsevier Science, 2011-05)
The structure and the dc magnetic behavior of FINEMET-type alloys doped with molybdenum have been recently reported. Most commercial applications of these materials are, however, not at dc but at high magnetizing frequencies. ...
Determining the effect of grain size and maximum induction upon coercive field of electrical steels
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2011)
Although theoretical models have already been proposed, experimental data is still lacking to quantify the influence of grain size upon coercivity of electrical steels. Some authors consider a linear inverse proportionality, ...
Annealing effects on microstructure and coercive field of ferritic-martensitic ODS Eurofer steel
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA, 2011)
Oxide dispersion strengthened reduced-activation ferritic-martensitic steels are promising candidates for applications in future fusion power plants. Samples of a reduced activation ferritic-martensitic 9 wt.%Cr-oxide ...
Stable and metastable ferroelectric polarization analyzed by the ramp voltage technique
The study of the stable and the metastable ferroelectric polarization of poly(vinylidene fluoride), PVDF, was performed using two successive equal sign ramp voltages, mediated by a short-circuit period. Rates from 10 V/s ...
Coerciveness: from optimization to equilibrium problems
(Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, 2019)
Cu induced coercivity enhancement in the low viscosity GdCo5-xCux system
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2011)