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Metal Science and Heat Treatment

, Volume 54, Issue 7–8, pp 330–333 | Cite as

Prospects of the use of methods of super fast hardening of liquid metal in the production of nanocrystalline magnets based on Fe – Nd – B

  • N. N. Konev
  • A. V. Belov
Article

Methods of super fast hardening of liquid metal in the production of noncrystalline magnets based on Fe – Nd – B are studied. The effect of the rate of cooling in crystallization of alloys Fe – 34% Nd – 1.3% B – 0.5% Ti and Fe – 32% Nd – 1.3%B–2%Dy– 0.5% Ti on the magnetic properties of sintered magnets produced from them is determined. It is shown that the cast alloys should be subjected to accelerated cooling.

Key words

permanent magnets magnetic properties alloys of the Fe – Nd – B system 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research and Experiment Institute for Automotive Electronics and Electrical Equipment (FGUP NIIAE)MoscowRussia

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