22 March 2018 Inverse magnetostrictive characteristics of Fe-Co composite materials using gas-nitriding process
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The inverse magnetostrictive response, known as the Villari effect, of magnetostrictive materials is a change in magnetization due to an applied stress. It is commonly used for sensor applications. This work deals with the inverse magnetostrictive characteristics of Fe-Co bimetal plates that were subjected gas-nitriding process. Gas-nitriding was performed on bimetal plates for 30 min at 853 K as a surface heat treatment process. The specimens were cooled to room temperature after completing the nitriding treatment. Three-point bending tests were performed on the plates under a magnetic field. The changes on the magnetic induction of the plates due to the applied load are discussed. The effect of the nitriding treatment on the inverse magnetostrictive characteristics, magnetostrictive susceptibility, and magnetic hysteresis loop was examined. Our work represents an important step forward in the development of magnetostrictive sensor materials.
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Kenya Nakajima, Kenya Nakajima, Zhenjun Yang, Zhenjun Yang, Fumio Narita, Fumio Narita, } "Inverse magnetostrictive characteristics of Fe-Co composite materials using gas-nitriding process", Proc. SPIE 10596, Behavior and Mechanics of Multifunctional Materials and Composites XII, 105961E (22 March 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2296496; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2296496

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