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Suitability of the double Langevin function for description of anhysteretic magnetization curves in NO and GO electrical steel grades
Simon Steentjes, Martin Petrun, G. Glehn, Drago Dolinar, Kay Hameyer, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper compares the match obtained using the classical Langevin function, the tanh function as well as a recently by the authors proposed double Langevin function with the measured anhysteretic magnetization curve of three different non-oriented electrical steel grades and one grain-oriented grade. Two standard non-oriented grades and a high-silicon grade (Si content of 6.5%) made by CVD are analyzed. An excellent match is obtained using the double Langevin function, whereas the classical solutions are less appropriate. Thereby, problems such as those due to propagation of approximation errors observed in hysteresis modeling can be bypassed.
Keywords: polarization, magnetization measurement, magnetic materials, hysteresis models, Langevin function, electrical steel, saturation
Published in DKUM: 03.08.2017; Views: 1193; Downloads: 422
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Evaluation of mechanical properties of soft magnetic materials for axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines
Zdravko Praunseis, Peter Virtič, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: Accurate determination of real material mechanical properties is important for safe servicing of energy components. The aim of the paper is systematic experimental approach for determination of mechanical properties of high strenght low alloyed steels and mild carbon steel in the rolling, thickness and width direction.
Keywords: soft magnetic materials, mechanical properties, experimental testing
Published in DKUM: 10.07.2015; Views: 2560; Downloads: 52
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The characterisation of nanosized nickel-zinc ferrites synthesized within reverse micelles of CTAB/1-hexanol/water microemulsion
Vuk Uskoković, Mihael Drofenik, Irena Ban, 2004, original scientific article

Abstract: Stoichiometric nanocrystalline nickel-zinc ferrites were synthesized by a reverse micelle method following a multi-microemulsion approach. Different pH values were chosen for the alkali precipitating reaction during the synthesis of different powders. Synthesized, as-dried and subsequently calcined powders were characterized in terms of their magnetic properties. XRD analyses and specific-surface area measurements were used to determine the average particlesizes of the synthesized samples. DCS and TGA measurements were performed to reveal the phase transitions within the samples at elevated temperatures, whereas TEM was used to view and record the microstructure of the nanosized ferrite samples. A possible mechanism of the formation of the synthesized NiZn-ferrite was also discussed.
Keywords: magnetic materials, magnetic nanoparticles, microemulsion synthesis, nickel, iron, fine powders, Ni-Zn ferrites, reverse micelle method
Published in DKUM: 01.06.2012; Views: 2011; Downloads: 54
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The synthesis of iron-nickel alloy nanoparticles using a reverse micelle technique
Irena Ban, Mihael Drofenik, Darko Makovec, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: Nanosized Fe0.2Ni0.8 particles were prepared by reducing their salts with sodium borohydride (NaBH4) in cationic water-in-oil (w/o) microemulsions of water/cetyl-trimethyl-amonium bromide (CTAB) and n-butanol/isooctane at 25 °C.According to the TEM and X-ray diffraction analyses, the synthesized particles were around 4-12 nm in size. Due to their nanodimensions, the particles had a primitive cubic (pc) structure rather than the body-centered cubic (BCC) structure of the bulk material. An examination of the synthesis from the reverse micelle reveals that the morphology of the iron-nickel alloy nanoparticles depends mainly on the microemulsion`s composition. The magnetization of the nanoparticles was much lower than that of the bulk material, reflecting the influence of the nanodimensions on the particlesć magnetizations.
Keywords: magnetic materials, nickel/iron alloys, nanoparticles, synthesis, microemulsions, magnetic properties, reverse micelles
Published in DKUM: 31.05.2012; Views: 2139; Downloads: 110
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