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Magnetic properties of “thick” glass-coated Fe-rich microwires
(American Institute of Physics, 2019-03)
We report on preparation and magnetic properties of Fe71.7B13.4Si11Nb3Ni0.9 glass-coated microwire with metallic nucleus diameter d = 103 mu m and total diameter D = 158 mu m prepared by Taylor-Ulitovsky method. Amorphous ...
Engineering of Magnetic Softness and Domain Wall Dynamics of Fe-rich Amorphous Microwires by Stress- induced Magnetic Anisotropy
(Nature Publishing, 2019-08-27)
We observed a remarkable improvement of domain wall (DW) mobility, DW velocity, giant magnetoimpedance (GMI) effect and magnetic softening at appropriate stress-annealing conditions. Beneficial effect of stress-annealing ...
Microwire-Based Sensor Array for Measuring Wheel Loads of Vehicles
In this paper, a magnetic microwire-based sensor array embedded under the pavement is proposed as a weighing system at customs ports of entry. This sensor is made of a cementitious material suitable for embedding within ...
Development of Magnetic Microwires for Magnetic Sensor Applications
Thin magnetic wires can present excellent soft magnetic properties (with coercivities up to 4 A/m), Giant Magneto-impedance effect, GMI, or rectangular hysteresis loops combined with quite fast domain wall, DW, propagation. ...
Soft Magnetic Amorphous Microwires for Stress and Temperature Sensory Applications
Amorphous ferromagnetic materials in the form of microwires are of interest for the development of various sensors. This paper analyzes and argues for the use of microwires of two basic compositions of Co71Fe5B11Si10Cr3 ...
Impact of Stress Annealing on the Magnetization Process of Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Co-Based Microwires
The domain wall (DW) dynamics of amorphous and nanocrystalline Co-based glass-coated microwires are explored under the influence of stress annealing. Different annealing profiles have enabled remarkable changes in coercivity ...