Effects of Magnetic Heat Treatment on Magnetostiction Properties of Tb_(0.3)Dy_(0.7)Fe_(1.95)Alloy


Jiang Liping, Zhao Zengqi, Wu Shuangxia, Qiu Jufeng, Sha Yuhui,Zuo Liang (School of Materials and Metallurgy, Northeast University, Shenyang 110004, China;Baotou Research Institute of Rare Earths, Baotou 014010,China)


<正> The effects of magnetic heat treatment on magnetostriction properties of Tb0.3Dy0.7Fe1.95 alloy were investigated. The directionally solidified alloy was heated to various temperatures near Curie temperature TC in vacuum, kept for a certain time under the application of magnetic field and then cooled to room temperature. The magnetostriction coefficient was measured by a resistance strain gage. The crystal structure was analyzed by X-ray diffraction (XRD). The experimental results show that the magnetostriction coefficient obviously increases and the grains orientations along the axis changed somewhat as the field of 1 T vertical to axis of the rod-shaped specimen is applied for 5 min at the heating temperature slightly lower than TC.


magnetic material; magnetic heat treatment; magnetostriction; Tb-Dy-Fe alloy; rare earths


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