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CRYSTALLIZATION PROCESSES OF SOME AMORPHOUS ALLOYS

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CRYSTALLIZATION PROCESSES OF SOME AMORPHOUS ALLOYS

Journal: Materials & Corrosion Engineering Management (MACEM)

Author: W.Q. Yua, L.P. Lu

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License CC BY 4.0, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited

DOI: 10.26480/macem.02.2020.35.38

A series of Fe40Co40Zr8M2B10 (M=Nb, V, Cr, Ti, W, Al) alloys were prepared using melt-spinning. The thermal curve, structure and magnetic property of alloys are examined. Because of different negative heat of mixing between elements, only Fe40Co40Zr8M2B10 (M=Nb, V, Cr, Ti) alloys form amorphous structure. These amorphous alloys are annealed at different temperatures under vacuum conditions. The crystallization processes of four amorphous alloys are similar. In the primary stage of crystallization process, only α-Fe (Co) phase precipitates and Co element mainly distributes in the residual amorphous. For the four alloys after annealing at 550°C, there is a few differences in saturation magnetization (Ms) and coercivity (Hc) due to their different microstructures.
Pages 35-38
Year 2020
Issue 2
Volume 1