Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, Production Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, Traffic Engineering, Precision Mechanics
Abstract In order to make clear the origin of magnetic anisotropy of amorphous alloys produced by a single roller quenching method, the composition dependence of the in-plane magnetic anisotropy of cold-rolled and as-quenched amorphous (Fe1− x Ni x )78Si10B12 alloy systems was studied at room temperature. The twofold in-plane magnetic anisotropy constantK u of cold rolled and as-quenched specimen decreases with increase inx at the Fe-rich side, and increases drastically at aboutx=0.2. Beyondx=0.25,K u decreases gradually with further increase inx. From this study, it is emphasized that there is a clear correspondence between the atomic ratio of Fe to Ni at which the anomaly in magnetic anisotropy of the amorphous alloy occurs and the position of the fcc/bcc phase boundary in the Fe−Ni metal alloy system.
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