Technology, Preparation and Properties of the Cast Glass-Coated Magnetic Microwires
AbstractMagnetic properties of cast amorphous and nanocrystalline microwires have been reviewed considering their potential application. Microwires were produced from Co Fe Mn Cr Cu B and Si using the Taylor–Ulitovsky method. Technological aspects of the Taylor–Ulitovsky method for fabrication of glass-coated microwire with different structure are analyzed. Magnetic microwires demonstrate a large variety of magnetic behaviors, which is important for sensing applications. Depending on the chemical composition of the metallic core, for Co-, Fe- and Ni-based composition, the microwires’ properties are very different. The geometrical characteristics (diameter of metallic core and thickness of the glass) of the microwire depend on the physical properties of a metallic composition and of glass and the parameters of the heating inductor and the speed of obtaining a microwire. The diameter of metallic core in these microwires can range from 0.5 to 70 μm, and their thickness of the glass can vary from 1 to 50 μm. View Full-Text
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Baranov, S.A.; Larin, V.S.; Torcunov, A.V. Technology, Preparation and Properties of the Cast Glass-Coated Magnetic Microwires. Crystals 2017, 7, 136.
Baranov SA, Larin VS, Torcunov AV. Technology, Preparation and Properties of the Cast Glass-Coated Magnetic Microwires. Crystals. 2017; 7(6):136.Chicago/Turabian Style
Baranov, Serghei A.; Larin, Vladimir S.; Torcunov, Alexander V. 2017. "Technology, Preparation and Properties of the Cast Glass-Coated Magnetic Microwires." Crystals 7, no. 6: 136.
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