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By A. Inoue (auth.), Professor Akihisa Inoue, Professor Koji Hashimoto (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642086640

ISBN-13: 9783642086649

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Amorphous and nanocrystalline fabrics are a category in their personal. Their houses are rather varied to these of the corresponding crystalline fabrics. This booklet supplies systematic perception into their actual homes, constitution, behaviour, and layout for certain complicated functions. The publication will attract researchers, learn engineers and complicated scholars in fabrics science.

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24. Hysteresis B - H loops of cast amorphous Fe-Al-Ga-P-C-B and Fe-Al-Ga-P-C-B-Si cylinders A. 1 T for B s , 2 to 6 A/ m for He and 7000 for /Je at 1 kHz. When these soft magnetic properties are compared with those for corresponding melt-spun amorphous ribbons, no distinct changes in Bs and He are seen. However, the /Je value is degraded for the cast cylinder presumably because of the increasing influence of demagnetization resulting from the significant change in the sample morphology. 25 shows the outer morphology of bulk Fe61 C0 7ZrlOM05 W 2B15 cylinders with diameters of 3 and 5 mm [31J.

On the other hand, the elongation stops at 620 K in the supercooled liquid region. Because the mark of elongation is due to the start of crystallization, the difference is attributed to the acceleration of crystallization in the supercooled liquid caused by applying the small tensile load. 6xlO- 2 K- 1 for the supercooled liquid in the range from 602 to 613 K. The change in the temperature coefficient of thermal expansion in the amorphous solid and supercooled liquid with Cu content was also examined for melt-spun Pd4oNi4o-xCuxP2o amorphous ribbons.

When the stress-strain curves of Zr-based bulk amorphous alloys are compared with those for Ti-based crystalline alloys, the elastic energy required up to the yield point for a bulk amorphous alloy is larger by about 25 times. The relationships between E and O'f or Hv for the bulk amorphous alloys are shown in Fig. P base ~ bulk glass u; v 200 / ~1000 ~ 2500 Pd·based / 2000 bulk glass/ ~.... based bulk g~s......... c: I!! based bulk glass / _......... ralumin Super high· ;:.. (T,7075. ength steel 00 MgalloY100 200 300 Young's modulus (GPa) Fig.

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