Magnetic Properties and Structure of the Alloy Fe63.5Ni10Cu1Nb3Si13.5B9 with Induced Magnetic Anisotropy View Full Text


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2021-06

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V. A. Lukshina, N. V. Dmitrieva, E. G. Volkova, D. A. Shishkin

ABSTRACT

In the alloy Fe63.5Ni10Cu1Nb3Si13.5B9, which is conventional FINEMET with Fe replaced by 10 at % Ni, the effects of the temperature and time of nanocrystallizing annealing in the presence of tensile stresses (stress annealing, SA) on the magnetic properties, magnetic anisotropy, and structure are considered. In the entire studied SA temperature range (480–550°С), induced magnetic anisotropy (IMA) of the easy-plane type occurs in the studied alloy. The tensile stresses upon SA were 200 MPa. In the course of SA at the minimum temperature, anisotropy with the minimum IMA constant (200 J/m3) is induced. The maximum SA duration, i.e., 4 h, is required. At SA temperatures of 540–550°С, 10 min is sufficient to induce IMA with the maximum constant ~2000 J/m3. It is shown that the structural state (phase composition) is correlated with the magnetic properties and IMA. Thus, the increase in the coercivity with an increase in the SA duration at 540–550°С (as well as at 520°С) is due to the development of the tetragonal phase in the alloy. The α‑(Fe,Ni)Si solid solution and Fe3Si phases form upon treatment for 10 min. The decrease in the IMA constant with an increase in the SA time at 540–550°С from 10 min to 1 h is most likely due to the change in the volume fractions of the structural components of the alloy with negative and positive magnetostriction. More... »

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533-539

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