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The Variation of Magnetic Properties of Fe-Based Amorphous Alloys Along the Ribbon Length

  • Takashi Sato (a1), Tsutomu Ozawa (a1), Toshio Yamada (a1) and Ryutaro Matsumoto (a1)

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The variation of ac magnetic properties along the length of melt-spun Fe-based amorphous ribbons was examined in relation to the variations of the roller surface temperature and the ribbon thickness. The results indicated that the lengthwise variation of magnetic properties strongly depends both on the roller surface temperature and the ribbon thickness. The critical cooling rates at which core loss begins to increase were determined from the relationship between core loss and cooling rate. For ribbons cast at lower cooling rate than critical cooling rate, the finedomain patterns were usually observed on the free surface. From the disappearance of the fine-domain pattern and the remarkable decrease of core loss by removal of the surface layers, it is ascertained that the surface layers deteriorate magnetic properties.

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The Variation of Magnetic Properties of Fe-Based Amorphous Alloys Along the Ribbon Length

  • Takashi Sato (a1), Tsutomu Ozawa (a1), Toshio Yamada (a1) and Ryutaro Matsumoto (a1)

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