Annealing Effects in Ferromagnetic Amorphous Alloys.
Annual rept. no. 3, 1 Aug 82-30 Oct 83,
PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA DEPT OF MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
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The kinetics, and therefore probably the atomic mechanism, of the annealing of field-induced anisotropy, Curie temperature, and internal friction have been shown to be the same in certain ferromagnetic amorphous alloys. Disaccomodation can be almost eliminated, and permeability increased, by annealing a zero-magnetostriction amorphous alloy in a perpendicular field. Flash annealing of amorphous alloys permits new annealing treatments that are not otherwise possible. A model of magnetostriction in amorphous alloys relates to the magnitude and sign of the magnetostriction directly to the magnitude and sign of the screening in a screened point-charge model. In particular, the linear magnetostriction is zero if there is no screening. Author
- Metallurgy and Metallography
- Electricity and Magnetism