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• Electron Spectroscopy Studies on Magneto-Optical Media and Plastic Substrate Interface

Publication Year: 1987, Page(s):740 - 741
Cited by:  Papers (517)
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The depth-profiles of amorphous TbFeCo films sputtered onto polycarbonate substrate were studied by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Oxidized metals, oxides and hydroxides for example, and adsorbed impurities were found to exist mainly in the vicinity of the film surface and film/ substrate interface. View full abstract»

• Thrust Analysis of the Linear Proportional Solenoid for a Hydraulic Control Valve

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):116 - 123
Cited by:  Papers (2)  |  Patents (2)
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The linear proportional solenoid (LPS) is an actuator for a proportional control valve used in hydraulic pressure-control devices. The LPS must have a constant thrust over a designated displacement range, and the thrust must also increase in proportion to the exciting current. This paper deals with the effect of using dither to remove hysteresis phenomena, and describes numerical solutions for the... View full abstract»

• Influence of Yoke Construction on Magnetic Characteristics of Single Sheet Testers

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):618 - 624
Cited by:  Papers (9)
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Iron losses measured by a single sheet tester depend on the construction of the yoke. The reason for this is examined through measurement and numerical analysis. The double yoke single sheet tester is recommended for use as a standard tester, because the eddy current distributions on the surfaces of the two sides of the specimen are different from each other when a single yoke tester is used. View full abstract»

• Development of a Permanent Magnet Assembly for MRI

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):803 - 809
Cited by:  Papers (1)  |  Patents (2)
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A permanent magnet assembly for MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) has been developed using a high-energy product sintered Nd-Fe-B magnet. There are three types of magnet assembly for use in MRI: superconductive electromagnets, conductive electromagnets, and permanent magnets. The last does not require liquid helium, electricity or cooling water, and can be installed in small spaces. Despite these a... View full abstract»

• Absolute Value Measurements of Thin Film Permeability

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):987 - 993
Cited by:  Papers (6)
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A method for highly precise measurement of the permeability of thin films in the VHF frequency range has been developed. The permeability of a film sample in a strong magnetic field can be predicted with very high accuracy; this permeability is then used as the standard of a measurement system. Multilayer films with various spacer thicknesses and a FeZrN micro-crystalline film were measured. Resul... View full abstract»

• Thin Film Inductor with Multilayer Magnetic Core

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):169 - 176
Cited by:  Papers (6)  |  Patents (1)
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In this work, thin film microinductors were investigated from the standpoint of increasing the quality factor (Q) and inductance (L). To obtain a high Q, it is important to use a magnetic core with a small iron loss at high frequencies. Thin film microinductors were prepared using multilayered CoNbZr/AlN film. The optimum conditions for a high Q were investigated by changing the size of the magnet... View full abstract»

• Faraday Rotation of Co-Ferrite Thin Films Prepared by Single Source Evaporation

Publication Year: 1987, Page(s):1055 - 1056
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Fe-Co alloy film was oxidized to produce a transparent cobalt ferrite film. The amount of Faraday rotation was measured as a function of the quantity of Fe2+, which was increased and decreased by reduction and oxidation. In the film reduced to increase the amount of Fe2+, the Faraday rotation curve becomes positive. The absorption coefficient increases with increase in Fe... View full abstract»

• Magnet-Displacement Sensor Using Magneto-Inductive Elements for Sensing Eyelid Movement

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):78 - 83
Cited by:  Papers (3)
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We previously constructed an accurate displacement sensor for detection of eyelid movement, using an amorphous magnetic core multivibrator. Improvements in eyelid motion sensors are necessary to achieve independence of the magnetization direction of the cores as well as a broadened visual field. We constructed a second displacement sensor for detection of eyelid movement, this time using amorphous... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Properties and Magnetic Structure of Amorphous Oxides in the Fe3O4-CaO-SiO2 System

Publication Year: 1985, Page(s):783 - 784
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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Magnetic properties of amorphous Fe3O4-CaO-SiO2 are described in terms of the microscopic structure. The amorphous region and magnetization strengths for the system were determined, while measurements of the temperature dependence of magnetization revealed no clear Curie temperature; this was attributed to thermal decomposition of the ferrimagnetic crystalline phas... View full abstract»

• New Servo System for Large Capacity Floppy Disk

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):73 - 79
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A low-cost, simplified continuous servo system employing a single servo signal detector is proposed. The servo record on the media consists of two frequency components, and the higher frequency component has a different phase on alternate tracks. The tracking error is detected from the phase difference of the two frequency components extracted from the single servo detector. The system was inspect... View full abstract»

• Properties and structure of AlSiN and AlSiON films

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):59 - 67
Cited by:  Papers (2)
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Magneto-optical disks employ rare earth-transition metal amorphous alloy films (RE-TM films) as recording films, therefore improvement of the corrosion resistance of such disks is an important problem which must be resolved to enable practical application. Development of protective layers for magneto-optical disks is important to improving corrosion resistance. Such protective layers must offer ex... View full abstract»

• Solenoid-Type Thin-Film Micro-Transformer

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):90 - 94
Cited by:  Papers (6)  |  Patents (2)
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In order to miniaturize magnetic devices, the operating frequency must be raised. We have studied thin-film microin-ductors with the aim of achieving a high operating frequency and reduced iron loss. In this paper, we propose a thin-film microtransformer with a high operating frequency, achieved by use of a multilayered magnetic film as the core. The magnetic core was made of amorphous CoFeSiB mon... View full abstract»

• Preparation of TbFeCo Films by Two Source Magnetron Sputtering

Publication Year: 1985, Page(s):631 - 632
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The magnetic and magneto-optical properties of TbFeCo films formed on glass substrates by two-source (FeCo and Tb) magnetron sputtering, while varying the RF input power, Ar gas pressure, and subtrate rotation speed, are reported. By independent variation of the input power for the two sources, many different film compositions were obtained. The film Ms, perpendicular anisotropic energy... View full abstract»

• Study of the Magneto-Optic Kerr Effect of Co Ultra-Thin Films

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):219 - 224
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A system for measurement of the surface magnetooptic Kerr effect (dubbed "SMOKE") has been developed. Measurement sensitivity is 5×10-4 degrees, and the absolute value of the rotation angle can be measured. The Kerr rotation, θK, and ellipticity ηK, of Co thin films deposited on glass substrates in ultra-high vacuum were measured in-situ. When ... View full abstract»

• Usage of Magneto-Optical Disks in Medical Information Filing System

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):104 - 110
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Optical disks are widely used in medicine, mainly for image archival purposes. Most of those currently in use are WORM (Write-Once, Read-Many) type disks. Magneto-optical disks (MODS) have been developed, and 130-mm type disks are already commercially available. Because of the flexibility of MODs, IS&C (Image Save and Carry) system using MODs instead of WORM was proposed in 1989, and standardi... View full abstract»

• Enhancement of the Magnetic Properties of Sm-Fe and Nd-Fe-N Alloys with ThMn12 Structure by Utilizing HDDR Phenomena

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):755 - 762
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The effects of HDDR (hydrogenation decomposition desorption recombination) phenomena on the magnetic properties of SmFe11Ti, SmFe10MM', NdFe11Ti, and Nd1+δFe10MM' (δ=0, 0.3, M=Ti, V, Mo, M'=V, Mo) compounds with a ThMn12-type structure were investigated. Alloy powders of SmFe10V2, SmFe... View full abstract»

• Perpendicular Magnetic Recording Media on Various Hard-Disk Substrates

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):858 - 863
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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Co-Cr perpendicular media on rigid substrates were studied. We used untextured glass substrates for perpendicular magnetic hard disks, but the reproduced output at short wavelengths was influenced by the surface roughness of the magnetic recording media. We therefore fabricated Co-Cr perpendicular hard disk media deposited onto different substrates: untextured glass, silicon single crystal, chemic... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Properties of Sm-Fe-Co System Nitrided Compounds

Publication Year: 1992, Page(s):805 - 809
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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Experiments were carried out to investigate the effect of cobalt substitution on the magnetic and physical properties of Sm2Fe17 nitrided compounds. Sm2(Fe1-xCox)17 nitrided compounds (x=0 to 0.3) were prepared by heat treating fine powders of Sm2(Fe1-xCox)17 alloys in N2 gas at... View full abstract»

• Degradation Process Due to Multiple Erasing in Pt/Co Magneto-Optical Disks

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):3 - 9
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The degradation process in Pt/Co magnetooptic disks due to repeated erasing was studied by measuring the magnetic properties of the degraded region and by observing deformation of the substrate. The media noise was found to increase starting at a lower number of erase cycles than was needed to effect a decrease in the carrier level. The increase in media noise is attributed to the decrease in perp... View full abstract»

• Exchange-Coupled Double-Layer Magneto-Optical Disk with a Reflecting Layer

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):139 - 143
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Optical enhancement conditions and read/write characteristics for exchange-coupled double-layer magnetooptic (MO) disks were investigated. It was found that the figure of merit (R(1/2)·θK) for an MO disk with a thick (60 nm) magnetic layer is comparable to that of a conventional MO disk with a thin (20 nm) magnetic layer. The write noise level of the thick-magnet... View full abstract»

• Synthesis of Al- or Ga-Substituted Bi3Fe5O12 Garnet Films

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):163 - 168
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Using an alternating ion-beam-sputtering technique, Al3+ and Ga3+ ions were successfully substituted for Fe3+ ions in Bi3Fe5O12 (BIG) film. The effects of substitution were confirmed by measurements of the lattice constant, ferromagnetic resonance field and magnetic moment. The lattice constant and saturation magnetization of BIG fi... View full abstract»

• Output Voltage-Excitation Frequency Characteristics of Magnetic Anisotropy Sensor

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):171 - 176
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The magnetic anisotropy sensor (MAS) is a stress sensor that detects internal stresses induced by the inverse magnetostrictive effect. In this study, the sample is a cold rolled steel plate used in a car body. For flux penetration depths greater than the sample thickness (0.75 mm), the MAS detects the average of the internal stress distribution, producing an output voltage related to the internal ... View full abstract»

• Changes in the Magneto-Optical Spectra of Ni3Fe Films Caused by Heat Treatment

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):158 - 162
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The magnetooptic spectra (σxx and ωσxy) of Ni3Fe thin films before and after heat treatment were investigated in the photon energy range from 1.2 eV to 4.6 eV. It was found that both spectra changed dramatically as a result of heat treatment. The σxx and ωσxy spectra of Ni3Fe thin film... View full abstract»

• Application of Optical Disks to Digital Color Video Recording

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):282 - 288
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Magnetooptic disks offer many advantages such as large capacities, rewrit-ability, and random access. However, the storage capacities and data transfer rates of magnetooptic disks are not yet adequate for application in color video recording. There are two approaches to the application of magnetooptic disks to color video recording. One involves improvement of the storage capacity and data transfe... View full abstract»

• Application of MR Element to Clamp-on Type Current Meter

Publication Year: 1992, Page(s):413 - 417
Cited by:  Papers (1)  |  Patents (1)
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A new clamp-type ampmeter employing a magnetoresistive (MR) element has been constructed with a sub-milliampere order sensitivity and a wide frequency bandwidth. The sensor element is a 1000 to 1500 Ã thick, 0.2 mm wide and 15 mm long evaporated thin film of 80/20 NiFe exhibiting a 2.5% magnetoresistive change. The MR element is mounted in the 0.2 mm gap of a ferrite core, which is wound with a 1... View full abstract»

• In-Situ Observations of Magneto-Optical Spectra for Co/Cu (001) Ultrathin Films

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):171 - 176
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The magneto-optical properties of ultrathin fcc Co films epitaxially grown on Cu (001) surfaces were investigated. The growth conditions were optimized, and the RHEED patterns of Co ultrathin films revealed streaks reflecting the symmetry of the fcc Cu (001) surface. Longitudinal Kerr hysteresis loops were square for Co coverage thicknesses greater than 6Å, and were detected down to 4Å. ... View full abstract»

• Fabrication and Magnetic Properties of Thin Films Sputtered on the Substrate Excited by SAW

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):127 - 133
Cited by:  Patents (3)
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Permalloy films of thickness 300 Ã were deposited by d.c. magnetron sputtering onto LiNbO3 single-crystal substrates excited by SAW (surface acoustic waves) at 45 MHz. Film structures, such as grain shapes and sizes were found to change drastically as functions of the excitation amplitude. Particularly when deposited at an excitation amplitude of 24 Ão-p, films consisted of... View full abstract»

• Structures and Characteristics of Planar Transformers

Publication Year: 1989, Page(s):332 - 338
Cited by:  Papers (7)
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The integration of inductors and transformers is necessary for the miniaturization of electrical devices. We have studied micro-magnetic devices such as planar inductors. A planar inductor consists of a planar coil, a magnetic film and an insulator and is fabricated on a substrate by the thin film technique. Here, we propose four basic structures of planar transformers; they are outer and inner ty... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Hysteresis and Demagnetizing-Field Correction for Rare Earth Magnet Materials

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):177 - 184
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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The standard method for measuring magnetization, using a closed magnetic circuit, cannot be applied to rare earth magnet materials with very high coercivity. Hence in this paper we examine an open magnetic circuit method in a steady high magnetic field, in which correction for the demagnetizing field is important. We measured hysteresis curves for some commercial rare earth magnet materials by usi... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Field Analysis in Buried Pipe Detection

Publication Year: 1987, Page(s):1120 - 1121
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Mangetic detection is known as a useful method to detect the position of a buried pipe. The detection, however, becomes erroneous except in the case of a single pipe-line. We have considered a case of two pipe-lines running parallel each other to gain a theoretical understanding of the error cause, and compared the results analyzed to those experimentally measured. Both results are in good agreeme... View full abstract»

• Expression of High Frequency-Losses in Mn-Zn Ferrite

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):795 - 800
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This paper gives a numerical expression for power losses at high frequencies (100 kHz to 2 MHz) in Mn-Zn ferrites, which are used as the core materials of transformers and inductors for switching power supplies. The power losses of some commercial ferrites were measured, and a new type of empirical formula was derived to express the power loss as a function of frequency and magnetic flux density. ... View full abstract»

• An Analysis of a Clamp-on Current Sensor with Zero-flux Method

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):67 - 71
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Current measurements over a wide frequency spectrum must be performed when installing semiconductor power conversation facilities in industrial equipment. We proposed a current sensor with a wide frequency range based on the ac zero-flux method. In this paper we analyze the mechanism of operation of such sensors. In particular, we derive a theoretical formula of the operation by giving priority to... View full abstract»

• MR Sensor for Magnetic Encoder

Publication Year: 1992, Page(s):705 - 713
Cited by:  Papers (5)  |  Patents (4)
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Recent work on magnetoresistive elements for use in magnetic encoders is reviewed. Magnetic encoders are often used as position and speed detectors in motor control systems. They have attracted attention because of their durability in "dirty" environments, their low temperature dependence, excellent shock resistance, and compatibility with a wide variety of designs. Much of the current work on suc... View full abstract»

• Physical Considerations on Magnetostatic Energy

Publication Year: 1987, Page(s):264 - 265
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The author considers there are ambiguities surrounding usage of the terms demagnetizing energy" and magnetostatic energy", taking as a concrete example the physics of magnetic bubbles. Here, on considering the bubble region only, a difference in sign arises between the magnetic potential energy (negative) and the demagnetizing energy (positive). Considerations of a cylindrical magnetic body in... View full abstract»

• Simple Laser-Light Modulator with Acrylic Plate Faraday Rotator for Educational Use

Publication Year: 1987, Page(s):166 - 168
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He-Ne and other gas lasers, which were once expected to become the major tools of optical communications in the future, now seem to be very far from practical application in communications technology. But the beauty and excellent rectilinear propagation of a gas laser is very moving, and it is still attractive as an educational material in optical communications. The author constructed a simple op... View full abstract»

• Flux Control Method of FOC by Magnetic Fluid

Publication Year: 1985, Page(s):867 - 869
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Methods for controlling the magnetic flux in open type ferrite orthogonal cores (FOCs) by raising, lowering, and inclining them in magnetic fluid, are discussed. It was found that when the open FOC came into contact with the magnetic fluid, increases in both the permeability and the maximum magnetic flux value resulted; that the magnetic flux could be controlled by setting the FOC at an angle to t... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Birefringence and Dichroism in Magnetic Fluid

Publication Year: 1989, Page(s):384 - 394
Cited by:  Papers (25)  |  Patents (3)
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The magneto-optical effect in magnetic fluids is investigated. The phase difference θ between the ordinary ray and the extraordinary ray transmitted through the magnetic fluid thin film, was found to be described by the functional form θ1f(H)/[T-T1 +f(H)], where H is the magnetic field applied to the magnetic fluid film, T is the absolute temperature of the fi... View full abstract»

• High Frequency Permeability of Thin Film Magnetic Core

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):554 - 560
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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The magnetization process of a thin film magnetic core at high frequencies was studied, using a simple magnetic closed circuit with a 17-turn coil. The permeabilities μ, μ' and μ" were measured. Below 5 MHz, μ and μ" increased with the coil current; this increase was inferred to be due to domain wall movement. Above 5 MHz, μ did not increase with the... View full abstract»

• Various Factors Affecting Eddy Current Distribution of Single Sheet Testers

Publication Year: 1991, Page(s):501 - 507
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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It has been pointed out that the error in the power loss measured by a single sheet tester is mainly due to eddy currents in the specimen. The eddy current distribution is affected by the yoke construction, the overhang of the specimen, the distance between the yokes, and other factors. We previously reported on the effect of the yoke construction. In this paper, the effects on measurement error o... View full abstract»

• A DC-DC Converter Using a Microtransformer

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):120 - 126
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Studies of microtransformer-based switching converters are reviewed in this paper. A multilayered planar device consisting of zigzag-shape coils and Co-Zr amorphous magnetic films is used as the converter's main transformer. A resonant-type microconverter driven at high frequencies (6 MHz) shows excellent characteristics suited to practical applications, including high efficiency (49.5%), high out... View full abstract»

• 3-D Magnetic Field Analysis of Corner Joints of a Transformer Core Using Finite Element Method

Publication Year: 1988, Page(s):706 - 708
Cited by:  Papers (4)
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• Domain Wall Motion and Eddy Current Losses in Very Thin 3% Si-Fe Core

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):261 - 266
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The number of domain walls and the domain wall velocity of very thin (110) [001] 3% Si-Fe strip-wound cores were observed by SEM at excitation frequencies up to 5 kHz. Eddy current losses were calculated on the basis of the dynamic domain behavior using two models. a modified Pry and Bean model, and a model which considers the difference between each domain wall velocity. Both models assume sinuso... View full abstract»

• Leakage Inductance Effects of Output Transformer on Current-Resonant Parallel Converter Characteristics

Publication Year: 1992, Page(s):469 - 473
Cited by:  Papers (1)
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The effects of leakage inductance of the output transformer of a current-resonant parallel converter on the latter's characteristics were studied through simulations and experiments. As a parasitic resonance appears between the leakage inductance and the resonance circuit capacitor during the commutating period of the output rectifying circuit every half-cycle, the larger the leakage inductance an... View full abstract»

• High-Speed Track Access Technique Based on Model Following Control for Disk Drives

Publication Year: 1994, Page(s):87 - 94
Cited by:  Papers (4)
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This article discribes a model following control system enabling disk drives to achieve high-speed track access. In this kind of control system, a prediction from a model plays an important role in reducing access time. We propose a new reference model based on a numerical model of the VCM (voice coil motor) used as the disk drive actuator. Taking the VCM actuator dynamics into account, the refere... View full abstract»

• Magnetic Properties of Resin-Bonded Magnets of Anisotropic Nd-Fe-B-Cu Powder

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):27 - 32
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Anisotropic Nd-Fe-B-Cu powder was fabricated by grinding melt-spun and subsequently hot-rolled materials. We prepared two types of powder with different particle shapes: one isotropic shape, and the other a flat shape with the c-axis perpendicular to the flat face. Perpendicular-field pressing experiments show that isotropic particles are better aligned in the bonded magnet than are flat particles... View full abstract»

• Soft Magnetic Properties of FeSiN/Ceramics Multi-Layers

Publication Year: 1992, Page(s):311 - 316
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Magnetic and structural properties of multilayer FeSiN/ceramic films produced by dual-type sputtering were investigated. Laminating of FeSiN with ceramic layers enhanced not only the frequency response of the permeability μ, but also the value of μ. These soft magnetic properties of as-deposited films were found to be strongly related to the substrate temperature Tsub, b... View full abstract»

• Structures and Characteristics of Planar Transformers

Publication Year: 1988, Page(s):543 - 544
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• Non-contact Stress Measurement of Rail Steel Using a Magnetic Anisotropy Sensor

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):762 - 767
Cited by:  Patents (2)
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The Magnetic Anisotropy Sensors (MAS) is based on the fact that when stress is applied, the magnetic anisotropy of steel materials changes. MAS employs a small, light probe and is capable of non-contact stress measurement. This paper describes experimental results for non-contact stress measurements of rail steel. A specimen was cut from an actual 60 kg steel rail, and tensile and compressive stre... View full abstract»

• Numerical Analysis of Accuracy of Rotational Magnetic Loss Measurement Apparatus

Publication Year: 1990, Page(s):742 - 748
Cited by:  Papers (3)
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The magnetic field and loss in an apparatus for the determination of magnetic properties of electrical steel under rotational flux conditions using field sensing coils (H coils) is numerically analyzed by finite element calculations in order to improve accuracy. The method considered here is based on determination of field quantities and makes use of square-shaped samples and an airgap between the... View full abstract»

• Development of a Prefabricated-Magnetically-Shielded Room of Hexagonal Shape for Biomagnetic Measurement

Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):440 - 446
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This paper describes the design and development of a hexagonal prefabricated magnetically shielded room (PMSR) for highly sensitive measurements of neuromagnetic fields such as magnetoencephalography (MEG), using SQUIDs with first-order and/or second-order gradiometers. This PMSR consists of prefabricated plywood panels 1.2 m wide Ã 2.4 m high Ã 24 mm thick, and covers a floor area of about 9 m<... View full abstract»

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IEEE Translation Journal on Magnetics in Japan is a publication of the IEEE Magnetics Society published between 1985 and 1994.

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Editor-in-Chief
James E. Opfer
Hewlett-Packard