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CMC for Amorphous Magnetic Cores in a 100 kHz-1 MHz Frequency Range

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2 Author(s)
M. Yamaguchi ; Tohoku Univ., Faculty of Engng., Sendai. ; K. Murakami

The CMC (control magnetization curves) of amorphous cores, in both toroidal and ring shapes, were measured at frequencies up to 1 MHz. The high-frequency measurements were facilitated by use of a FET dc chopper. The characteristics at 1 MHz, compared with those at lower frequencies, are characterized by a smaller maximum flux density, probably due to core heating, and a narrower region of proportionality. For all samples, Hr was found to obey Hr ¿ f0.9~f1.1, where f is the magnetizing frequency.

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IEEE Translation Journal on Magnetics in Japan  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )