Papers by Author: K.Y. Sohn

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Authors: H.J. Cho, E.K. Cho, Y.S. Song, S.K. Kwon, K.Y. Sohn, Won Wook Park
Abstract: The magnetic inductance of nanocrystalline Fe73Si16B7Nb3Cu1 and an amorphous FeSiB sheet has been investigated to identify the radiofrequency identification (RFID) performance. Planar flow cast amorphous ribbons were pulverized and classified using a stack of sieve. The powder was mixed with binder and solvent and tape-casted to form 0.6-0.8 mm thick films. The inductance of the sheet was measured to investigate the RFID characteristics of the nanocrystalline and the amorphous materials. Results showed that the atmosphere for annealing significantly influenced on the inductance of the material. The surface oxidation of the particles was the main reason for the reduced inductance. The maximum inductance of Fe73Si16B7Nb3Cu1 alloy was about 88μH at 17.4 MHz, which was about 65% greater compared to the amorphous FeSiB alloy. The higher inductance in the nanocrystalline alloy indicates that it may be used as a potential replacement of current RFID materials.
Authors: Ki Ho Koh, Byoung Gi Moon, Bong Sun You, Kwang Seon Shin, Nack J. Kim, K.Y. Sohn
Abstract: Steering wheel and headlamp housing scrap are chosen as targets for the development of a refining technology for highly contaminated magnesium melt, because they contain abundant foreign materials, which have high potential to form non-metallic inclusions and to deteriorate the corrosion resistance of recycled alloys. A sequential melt treatment technology has been investigated for refining old scrap. The headlamp housing scrap composed of AZ91D magnesium alloy covered with phosphating and Al-Si deposition layers was successfully refined by repeating gas bubbling without flux addition, whereas prefiltering and fluxing were necessary to refine the steering wheel scrap composed of AM50A magnesium alloy containing 1% polyurethane. However, the corrosion rates of the recovered ingots from the headlamp housing were relatively higher than those from the steering wheel, likely due to the greater concentration of iron with the increased amount of flux.
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