Heating in an Alternating Magnetic Field due to Non-Equilibrium Magnetization
Heating of a magnetizable body in an alternating magnetic field near the Curie point due to non-equilibrium magnetizing is theoretically investigated. The body is of a spherical shape and surrounded by a non-magnetizable unbounded medium. The heat generation power density is regarded as a piecewise linear function with a fracture at the Curie point. The steady temperature distribution within the body and outside it is found.
V. Polyanskiy and A. Tyatyushkin, "Heating in an Alternating Magnetic Field due to Non-Equilibrium Magnetization", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 152-153, pp. 435-438, 2009