Papers by Keyword: Wet Mechanical Alloying

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Authors: Bogdan Viorel Neamţu, Traian Florin Marinca, Horea Florin Chicinaş, Ionel Chicinaş, Olivier Isnard
Abstract: Result of research concerning the influence of milling conditions on the amorphisation of the Fe75Si20B5 (at.%) alloy is presented. Amorphous powder of Fe75Si20B5 (at.%) was prepared by dry and wet mechanical alloying (MA) route starting from a mixture of Fe, Si and B elemental powders. The mixture was wet/dry milled up to 50 hours. Benzene, oleic acid and ethanol were used as process control agents (PCA) in order to investigate the influence of their chemical composition on the powder amorphisation. The evolution of the powder crystalline structure, thermal stability and magnetic properties were investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), thermogravimetry (TG) as well as magnetic measurements versus temperature and field. It is proved that the chemical composition of the PCA (especially the carbon content) plays an important role in the amorphisation process induced by wet MA.
Authors: Y. Doi, Kenji Matsuki, H. Akimoto, Tetsuo Aida
Authors: Bogdan Viorel Neamţu, Traian Florin Marinca, Ionel Chicinaş, Florin Popa, Olivier Isnard
Abstract: Wet mechanical alloying (MA) were used to prepare amorphous soft magnetic Fe75Si20B5 (at.%) powders starting from elemental powders of Fe, Si and B. The structural, morphological and magnetic properties of the powders were investigated. It was found that wet MA leads to the amorphisation of the alloy after 40 hours of wet milling using benzene (C6H6) as process control agent (PCA). The influence of the wet MA process on the saturation magnetization of the powders was investigated. Amorphous powder of Fe75Si20B5 (at.%) obtained by wet MA route was used to prepare compacts by spark plasma sintering (SPS). The chosen sintering temperature was 800, 850 and 900 oC. Toroidal samples of Fe75Si20B5 (at.%) were investigated in DC and AC magnetization regime and their magnetic properties were correlated with sintering parameters, compacts density and phases evolution during sintering.
Authors: Horea Florin Chicinaş, Bogdan Viorel Neamţu, Traian Florin Marinca, Ionel Chicinaş
Abstract: Amorphous Fe75Si20-xB5Mx powders with M= Ti, Ta or Zr and x = 0 and 5 were synthesized by wet mechanical alloying, using benzene as a surfactant. The thermal stability of the Fe-Si-B alloy increases by introducing transition metals. The replacement of 5% Si with Ti, Ta or Zr leads to an increase of the crystallization temperature. It was found that the replacement of 5% Si with Zr increases the crystallization temperature with 115 °C, and also reveals a glass transition temperature around 580 °C.
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