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Magnetic permeability anomaly in hexagonal close packed metals

Frederick Milstein

Magnetic permeability anomaly in hexagonal close packed metals

by Frederick Milstein

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Published by Rand Corp. in [Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gadolinium.,
  • Crystallography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frederick Milstein and Larence Baylor Robinson.
    SeriesP (Rand Corporation) -- P-4189..
    ContributionsRobinson, Lawrence Baylor.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17981077M

    Although the crystal structure of both C-LiNiO2 and EC-LiNiO2 samples were assigned as a mixture of a cubic close-packed phase and a hexagonal close-packed phase, the effective magnetic moment (μeff) of Ni ions for C-LiNiO2 was estimated as μeff = μB and was very close to that for EC-LiNiO2 (μeff = μB). A ferrite is a ceramic material made by mixing and firing large proportions of iron(III) oxide (Fe 2 O 3, rust) blended with small proportions of one or more additional metallic elements, such as barium, manganese, nickel, and zinc. They are both electrically non-conductive, meaning that they are insulators, and ferrimagnetic, meaning they can easily be magnetized or attracted to a magnet.

    Magnetic Permeability Magnetic permeability is the ability of a material to carry magnetism, indicated by the degree to which it is attracted to a magnet. Grade has very low magnetic properties and shows almost no response to a magnet after cold working, while grades (, , ) exhibit quite a strong response to a magnet (see Fig. 1). For the face-centered cubic metals Rh and Ir and hexagonal close-packed metals Re and Os, the 3D contours of the Young's modulus are very similar, whereas body-centered cubic metals Ta, W, Nb, and Mo exhibit significant difference in elastic anisotropy.

    Magnetic Induction (B) - The magnetic field induced by a field strength, H, at a given point. It is the vector sum, at each point within the substance, of the magnetic field strength and the resultant intrinsic induction. Magnetic induction is the flux per unit area normal to the direction of the magnetic path.   Magnetic experiments are powerful tools to study fundamental properties and to check the qualities of samples. Temperature, stress, and impurities of materials can all affect magnetic properties and play an important role in the utilization of these materials for engineering applications. The estimation and analysis of the spontaneous magnetization can reveal ferromagnetic particles as.


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Magnetic permeability anomaly in hexagonal close packed metals by Frederick Milstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Magnetic permeability anomaly in hexagonal close packed metals. [F Milstein; Lawrence Baylor Robinson; Rand Corporation.]. Inductance measurements are obtained for polycrystalline Gd that exhibit an anomalous giant permeability well below the Curie temperature. It is shown that such an anomaly should occur for a hexagonal, ferromagnetic, polycrystalline material with low basal plane anisotropy (such as Gd) when the direction of easy magnetization departs from the : Frederick Milstein, Lawrence Baylor Robinson.

Hexagonal close packed metals and alloys exhibit preferred orientations following thermo-mechanical treatments which result in anisotropic physical, magnetic and mechanical properties. The anisotropic nature of these materials may either be beneficial or detrimental depending on the specific application(s) of these textured materials.

Magnetic Permeability Anomaly in Hexagonal Close Packed Metals. About RAND Reports. Quality Standards; Publishing Overview; Ordering Information; Information for Libraries; Reprint & Linking Permissions; Explore.

By Author; By Series; By Topic; Save. In electromagnetism, permeability is the measure of the resistance of a material against the formation of a magnetic field, otherwise known as distributed inductance in transmission lineit is the degree of magnetization that a material obtains in response to an applied magnetic field.

Magnetic permeability is typically represented by the (italicized) Greek letter μ. Magnetic susceptibilities of DyAg and DyAu are shown in Fig.

3 as a function of temperature. As shown in the figure, the susceptibility of DyAg has a peak at K (55 K(1) and 63 K(2)) which corresponds to the Néel temperature, 51 K, determined in the neutron diffraction study (8).There is observed a weak anomaly of susceptibility at K.

Permeability is the ability to support formation of magnetic fields in a material. Permeability is measured in H/m (henries/m) or newtons/ampere 2 (N/A 2).

The Permeability of Free Space. The permeability of free space µ 0 (the permeability constant or the magnetic constant) is. µ 0 = 4π 10 −7 (H/m) ≈ 10 −6 (H/m, N/A 2). The Relative Permeability. Texture strengthening and texture toughening in hexagonal materials have been observed in hexagonal metals, a similar effect as those observed in cubic materials.

Acknowledgements The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship from National Science Council of ROC under the projects NSC E and NSC E   Rare earth metals exhibit rich and widely investigated magnetic behavior in the bulk.

Comprehensive reviews are offered by Elliott (), Coqblin () and Jenson and Mackintosh (). The quantity μ is the (magnetic) permeability; μ 0, the permeability of free space, equals 4π×10 −7 Vs/Am by definition.

The relative permeability μ r is a material property (compare ε r for a dielectric material). For vacuum μ r =1, for gases and many nonferrous materials it is very close to 1.

The permeability of ferromagnetic materials is much higher, but strongly nonlinear; at. of magnetic materials, the engineer will make trade-offs with the magnetic properties for his design. These properties are: saturation Bs, permeability u, resistivity p (core loss), remanence Br, and coercivity Hc.

Saturation A typical hysteresis loop of a soft magnetic material is shown in Figure When a high magnetizing. Anomalies in the elastic properties of heavy rare-earth metals in the region of the phase transition to the magnetically ordered state Article (PDF Available) in Physical review.

Most metals and alloys crystallize in one of three very common structures: body-centered cubic (bcc), hexagonal close packed (hcp), or cubic close packed (ccp, also called face centered cubic, fcc). In all three structures the coordination number of the metal atoms (i.e., the number of equidistant nearest neighbors) is rather high: 8 for bcc.

Metals and alloys for soft and hard magnetic materials now are ubiquitous in many magnetic applications in bulk, powder, nanocrystal and thin film forms. magnetic permeability, and frequency. Open abstract View article, Long-range empirical potential model: extension to hexagonal close-packed metals PDF, Long-range empirical potential model: extension to hexagonal close-packed metals An n -body potential is developed and satisfactorily applied to hcp metals, Co, Hf, Mg, Re, Ti, and Zr, in the form of long-range empirical potential.

Oftentimes, technical books will list a material’s magnetic permeability as a constant, but this is far from accurate and is very misleading. For instance, Image 3 is a plot for mild Steel C, and it illustrates the Induced Magnetism (G) for various applied Field Strength levels (H).

This second book in the Ready Reference series applies the principles of the first book to selected electrical and magnetic properties of metals.

The materials are sorted by a common materials hierarchy, and their property values are given in a consistent system of. Book January w Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such.

These textures are significantly different from those of other hexagonal close-packed metals in two respects: (1) for heavily cold-rolled material the basal-plane pole figures show two high. M.R. Anglin Last Modified Date: J Some materials become magnetized when placed in a magnetic field; the ability of a material to become magnetized is called magnetic example of this is rubbing a piece of iron with a magnet: the iron will become magnetized and have its own magnetic field, meaning it has some degree of magnetic permeability.

As we noted before, the element Holmium has unusual magnetic potential and it also records the highest magnetic moment ever, which is µB for a naturally-derived chemical substance. Let us now quickly understand the physical and chemical properties of Holmium from the following.

Physical and Chemical Properties of the Element Ho.The uppermost km of the Earth's inner core is subject to an east–west divide: seismic waves travel more rapidly and are attenuated more severely in the eastern than in the western hemisphere.I would need to better understand the exact definition you pour into your use of the word “permeability”.

Permeability in terms of leakage current like in the design of a transformer, or permeability in terms of reluctance, or permeability in term.