Characterization of Amorphous Ribbon by Means Vibrating Sample Magnetometry as an Interesting Tool to Investigate a Possible Detector of Vector Field
International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications
Volume 2, Issue 6, December 2014, Pages: 111-116
Received: Nov. 30, 2014; Accepted: Dec. 16, 2014; Published: Dec. 22, 2014
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Arturo Mendoza Castrejón, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering -IPN, 07738, U. P. Adolfo López Mateos, D. F., México
Herlinda Montiel Sánchez, Technosciences Department, Center for Applied Science and Technology Development -UNAM, 04510, C.U., D. F., México
Guillermo Alvarez Lucio, School of Physics and Mathematics -IPN, 07738, U. P. Adolfo López Mateos, D. F., México
Damasio Morales Cruz, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering -IPN, 07738, U. P. Adolfo López Mateos, D. F., México
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Abstract
Characterization of amorphous ribbon is made by using Vibrating Sample Magnetometry VSM technique with different geometric arrangements: P10, P190, P20 and P290. The purpose is to determine the evolution of the saturation magnetization MS, retentivity MR and magnetic anisotropy K1 as a function of annealing time treatment and also as a function of the geometric arrangement. The rate of change of magnetization ∆M/∆H is determined for orientation P190 and orientation P290. These values of rate of change for the ribbon with no annealing treatment are: 0.122 emu/cm3 and 0.11 emu/cm3, respectively. The highest values of anisotropy are for orientation P190 and for orientation P290, these values are: K1 = 2,365,100 erg/cm3 and K1 = 2,405,520 erg/cm3, respectively. Thus we establish that the amorphous ribbon is a strong candidate for technological applications in the area of the magnetic industry, because they can be designed vector field detectors in three directions: longitudinal, transverse (to the ribbon axis) and normal to ribbon plane.
Keywords
Retentivity, Magnetic Anisotropy, Saturation Magnetization
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Arturo Mendoza Castrejón, Herlinda Montiel Sánchez, Guillermo Alvarez Lucio, Damasio Morales Cruz, Characterization of Amorphous Ribbon by Means Vibrating Sample Magnetometry as an Interesting Tool to Investigate a Possible Detector of Vector Field, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications. Vol. 2, No. 6, 2014, pp. 111-116. doi: 10.11648/j.ijmea.20140206.15
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