DSC Experimental Study for Crystallization Process of Amorphous Alloy
Bulk metallic glass (BMG) formers are multicomponent alloys that vitrify with remarkable ease during solidiﬁcation. Technological interest in these materials has been generated by their unique properties, which often surpass those of conventional structural materials. The metastable nature of BMGs, however, has imposed a barrier to broad commercial adoption, particularly where the processing requirements of these alloys conﬂict with conventional metal processing methods. Research on the crystallization of BMG formers. In this paper, we fabricated metallic glass of Nd-based and carried out experimental research. This kind of metallic glass has shown a distinct glass transition and stable super-cooled liquid region. At the same time, we find the paramagnetic performance of Nd-based metallic glass is different from other hard magnetic alloys at ordinary temperature. The DSC experiment indicate that the glass transition temperature increase with the heating temperature.
J.Y. Liang and P.X. Wu
C. S. Xu, "DSC Experimental Study for Crystallization Process of Amorphous Alloy", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 198-199, pp. 14-18, 2012