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By Carmen-Gabriela Stefanita

This textbook is geared toward engineering scholars who're prone to come upon magnetics purposes of their expert perform. even if designing lithography gear containing ferromagnetic brushes, or detecting defects in aeronautics, a few uncomplicated wisdom of 21st century magnetism is required. From the magnetic tape at the pocket bank card to the learn head in a private machine, humans run into magnetism in lots of items. moreover, in various disciplines instruments of the alternate make the most magnetic ideas, and plenty of interdisciplinary laboratory learn components pass paths with magnetic phenomena which can look mysterious to the untrained brain. hence, this path deals a wide assurance of magnetism themes encountered extra usually during this millenium, revealing key ideas on which many useful purposes relaxation. a few conventional matters in magnetism are mentioned within the first half the e-book, through parts prone to spark the interest of these extra drawn to today’s technological achievements. even though occasionally a few facets could appear tricky to understand at the start, bibliography directs the reader to acceptable extra learn. in the course of the chapters, the scholar is inspired to find the not-so-obvious institutions among varied magnetics subject matters, a role that may end up to be a minimum of rewarding.

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A linearly increasing magnetization with temperature ruled out the existence of ferromagnetic or ferrimagnetic components in the sample. Also, the resistivity shows metallic temperature dependence, attributed to the large Mo 4d bandwidth. The V3C ion is assumed to be antiferromagnetically coupled to Mo4C and therefore responsible for the total net zero magnetization. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies support this assumption. All data thereby suggested that the obtained specimen [6] was a conducting antiferromagnet.

Nevertheless, domain refining needs to be heat resistant, as wound cores are subjected to stress relief annealing. Furthermore, a secondary recrystallization technique is required during material fabrication to ensure a highly oriented crystallographic structure, so that a large number of magnetic domains have the same magnetization orientation. Another way of reducing eddy current and hysteresis losses is by reducing the thickness of the silicon steel sheet down to a minimum value. Some studies report a 40 m optimum thickness for use of the silicon steel at 50 Hz frequency, whereas higher frequencies require even smaller thicknesses of 10 m ([25] and references therein).

This larger magnetic moment attributed to the higher Fe content allowed writing in higher coercivity media, which was a significant improvement at that time. Ni–Fe alloys became heavily researched and improved upon, encouraged by the fact that the magnetic moment for binary NiFe alloys was found [28] to increase monotonically with Fe content up to about 65% Fe composition. The better corrosion properties of this alloy were an added bonus when compared to Co-based high moment alloys. A disadvantage was, however, that efforts to optimize the material in order to improve the writeability process were noticed to deteriorate readability.

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