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Analysis of power loss at high frequency for MnZn ferrites

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Kawano, T. ; Technical Research Laboratory, Kawasaki Steel Corp., Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan ; Fujita, A. ; Gotoh, S.

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Frequency dependence of power loss of MnZn ferrite was investigated in relation with the absolute complex permeability, μa(=μa-jμa), in the frequency range 10 kHz–5 MHz and the temperature range 23–120 °C. Residual loss, Pr contributes more than half of the total power loss, Pc, at a frequency above 1 MHz and exhibits a close relationship with μa. The specimen with grain size of 4 μm and ZnO content of 0 mol % indicates μa of 1280 and Pc of 140 kW/m3 at 1 MHz and 50 mT. In the second measurement at the remanent state after the dc magnetization of 400 A/m, these values, however, increased and then gradually recovered with time. This behavior is considered to be related to the diffusion of Fe2+ through cation vacancy. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:87 ,  Issue: 9 )