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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Magnetic Materials for Energy Applications V
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS: Magnetic Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Francis Johnson, GE Global Research
Raju Ramanujan, Nanyang Technological University
Paul R. Ohodnicki, National Energy Technology Laboratory
Scope This symposium will discuss recent developments in the processing, characterization, property evaluation and product development of magnetic materials for energy applications. The relevant materials include permanent magnets, soft magnetic materials, magnetocaloric materials, and magnetic nanomaterials. Magnetic materials and components with improved properties will enhance energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by increasing the efficiency of power generation, distribution, storage, and conversion systems. Advanced electric machines and drives, with either permanent magnet or induction architectures, are being developed to operate at continually higher speeds and temperatures. In addition to excellent magnetic properties, these rotating machines place demands on the mechanical and thermal properties of the magnetic materials used in their construction. For electric vehicles, motors and wind power generators, the magnetic materials must retain their properties up to elevated temperatures. Advanced soft magnetic materials are required to enhance the performance of electrical power systems; high power density and high system efficiency demand soft magnetic materials which exhibit low power loss at high frequencies. High efficiency magnetic refrigeration technology relies on the application of both magnetocaloric materials and the use of permanent magnets to drive the refrigeration cycle. Magnetic nanomaterials, e.g., magnetic nanoparticles, can exhibit superior magnetic properties compared to their bulk counterparts.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Recent Results on Transition Metal Based Magnetocaloric Materials
Advanced Nanocomposites for Functional Magnetic Refrigeration
Anisotropic rare-earth-lean Pr-Fe-B nanocomposite magnets
Atomic Scale Analysis of Rapid Stress Annealing Induced Soft Magnetic Fe-Si Nanocrystallization with Strong Creep Induced Anisotropy
Chemical Synthesis and Rational Assembly of Magnetic Nanoparticles into Exchange-Spring Nanocomposites
Coercivity Enhancement of Nanostructured NdFeB Magnets by Grain Boundary Engineering
Development of Magnetocaloric Materials for Magnetic Refrigeration Technology
DRREAM: Reducing Rare Earth Use in Applications of Magnetocalorics
Effect of Electric Current Pulse on Grain Boundary of Grain Oriented Silicon Steel during Primary Recrystallization Annealing
Effect of Processing of Soft-Magnetic Alloy Laminates on their Magnetic Properties
Effect of Sintering Temperature on Magnetic Core-loss Properties of a NiCuZn Ferrite for High-Frequency Power Converters
Electronic Structure and Maximum Energy Product of Rare-Earth Free Permanent Magnet (LTP-MnBi)
Enhanced Efficiency of Layered Ceramic Magnetic Refrigerant
Fabrication of MnBi magnet using warm extrusion method
Fe16N2: a 40-year mystery material and its promise for next generation rare-earth-free magnet
Ferromagnetic Nanoparticles with High Aspect Ratio
Field-Induced Deformation in Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys: Domain Mechanisms and Magnetoelastic Properties
Grain Size Dependence of Magnetic Anisotropy in Nanocrysalline Soft Magnetic Alloys and Methodologies for Coreloss Reduction
Hard magnetic phase evolution in nanocrystalline mechanically milled amorphous PrCoB powder and prospects for additive manufacturing bonded magnets.
High Strength 49Co-49Fe-2V Material for Generator, Motors and Magnetic Bearings
Highly Efficient Inductor Cores with High Permeability and Low Core Loss at >1MHz
Influence of Surface Segregation on Magnetic Properties of FePt Nanoparticles
Integration of Soft Magnetic Thin Films into On-Chip Inductors for Efficient Power Conversion in Circuits Applications
J14: Bulk Combinatorial Assessment of Permanent Magnet Alloys
J15: Compression Molding Processing of Alnico-based Permanent Magnets
J16: Effect of Atomic Order on the Phase Transitions of Melt-Spun Ni50Mn35In15 Ribbons
J17: Exchange Bias and Magnetic Hardening in Mn1-xFexRu2Sn
J18: Magnetic Properties of Nanocrystalline Microwires
J19: Magnetostructural Transition in Heusler Mn-Ni-In Melt-Spun Ribbons
J20: On Magnetocaloric Properties of (Pr, Dy)Fe9 Alloys
J21: Sintering and Characterization of Ni-Mn-Ga Alloy via Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) and Conventional Routes
J22: Magnetization Density Distribution Studies Using the HYSPEC Spectrometer at the Spallation Neutron Source
Limits of Magnetic Anisotropy
Low Cost, High Performance Magnetocaloric Nanomaterials
Magnetic and Structural Comparison of Fe3O4 and Al2O3 Coated Iron Powders for Electromagnetic Devices
Magnetocaloric Behaviour of Mn-Fe-P-Ge Alloys
Magnetostriction of Co-Fe-Based Amorphous Soft Magnetic Microwires
Microstructural and Crystallographic Characterization of Ni49+xMn36-xIn15 alloys (x=0, 0.5, 1, 1.5 and 2.0)
Mn-Based Permanent Magnets with the L10 Structure
Mn Rich Meta Magnetic Shape Memory Alloys
Multi-scale microstructure characterization of Nd-Fe-B sintered magnet
Multiphysics Design of Brushless DC Motors Using Co-based Nanocomposite Soft Magnets
Nanoscale Structuring of High-Energy Magnetic Materials
New High B-FeSiBPCu Based Soft Magnetic Alloys Contributable To Energy-Saving
Non-Zero Temperature Micromagnetics for Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets
Processing of bulk, heat-treat-free, nano-structured Hf2Co11B-based permanent magnet material
Role of the Applied Magnetic Field on the Microstructural Evolution in Alnico 8 Alloys
Soft Magnetic Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Bilayer Ribbons: Effects of Thermal Processing In Magnetic Field
Soft Magnetic Fe-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses with High Thermoplastic Formability
Soft Magnetic Materials for MHz Power Conversion: A Critical Unmet Need for Energy Applications
Study of Residual Stresses Induced Due To Manufacturing in Core Laminations Used In Motor Applications
The Role of Structural Disorder in Magnetic Nanostructures for Magnetocaloric Applications
Thin Profile Continuous Silicon Iron Strip from Single-Step Large Shear Deformation
Tips and Tricks for the Correct Analysis of the Field Dependence of the Magnetocaloric Effect
Tunable Permeability Gapless Inductors for Medium Frequency Applications


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