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Au-Fe-Ni permanent magnet alloys

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4 Author(s)
M. Homma ; University of Tohoku, Sendai, Japan. ; M. Imakawa ; M. Okada ; S. Tsutsumi

A gold permanent magnet for an ornamental material is developed in the Au-Fe-Ni system. It is found that the magnetic properties of the An-12.5 wt% Fe-12.5 wt% Ni alloy aged at 450°C for seven hours and cold-swaged by 92 percent are Br = 0.53 T (5300 G), iHc = 40.8 kA/m (510 Oe), and (BH)max = 9.1 kJ/m3(1.1 MGOe). The Au-12.5 wt% Fe-10 wt% Ni-2.5 wt% Co alloy aged at 450°C for 2.5 h and swaged by 86 percent attained Br = 0.54 T (5400 G), iHc = 42.4 kA/m (530 Oe), and (BH)max = 9.6 kJ/m3(1.2 MGOe). In these alloys, the magnetic hardening is due to the fine Fe-Ni rich ferromagnetic particles precipitated in the Au matrix.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 3 )