|About this Abstract
||Materials Science & Technology 2019
||Sintering and Related Powder Processing Science and Technologies
||Spark Plasma Sintering of Soft Magnetic Materials
||Taban Larimian, Tushar Borkar
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
In recent years, iron-based soft magnetic alloys have gain great interest in several electrical and electronic applications due to their exceptional magnetic properties such as high magnetization, permeability, low coercivity and high curie temperature. These excellent magnetic properties arise from the formation after annealing heat treatment of large density of nanocrystalline Fe3Si precipitates within the initially amorphous alloy. The iron-based soft magnetic alloys have been fabricated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) process coupled with high energy ball milling. All the alloys have been processed from a mechanically alloyed blend of elemental powders, and their microstructures, phase formation, and magnetic properties are discussed. In addition, influence of ball milling and SPS parameters on microstructure and magnetic properties of these alloys have been investigated. This study will open new avenues for the development of soft magnetic materials, with complex shapes and excellent soft magnetic properties.
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