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The Effects of Chemical Composition on Soft Magnetic Materials Behaviour

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The main aim of the presented work was to study the effects of chemical composition on the magnetic properties (in terms of B-H characteristics) of an insulated iron powder compound with various addition of the aluminium alloy (0, 5 and 10 wt%). The magnetic properties of the powder were significantly influenced by density and "sintering" effects. The addition of aluminium alloy maintaining suitable values of coercive force, remanence and core losses; this makes the modified insulated iron powder compound a promising soft magnetic material in several applications.
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118
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5
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802-803
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2010-11
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bwmeta1.element.bwnjournal-article-appv118n5036kz
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