Surface Treatment Effect on Bulk Magnetoelastic Properties of High Damping Fe-Based Alloys
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Binary and complex alloyed high damping steels on the base of Fe-Cr and Fe-Al systems was investigated. It was shown that already slight surface treatment leads to the increase in magnetic anisotropy of the material and to the decrease in damping capacity.
- 62.40.+i: Anelasticity, internal friction, stress relaxation, and mechanical resonances(for materials treatment effects on anelasticity, see 81.40.Jj in materials science)
- 75.60.Ej: Magnetization curves, hysteresis, Barkhausen and related effects(for hysteresis in ferroelectricity, see 77.80.Dj)
- 75.80.+q: Magnetomechanical effects, magnetostriction(for magnetostrictive devices, see 85.70.Ec)
- 75.50.Bb: Fe and its alloys
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