Direct Measurement of the Magnetocaloric Effect in La(Fe,Si,Co)13 Compounds in Pulsed Magnetic Fields

Direct Measurement of the Magnetocaloric Effect in La(Fe,Si,Co)13 Compounds in Pulsed Magnetic... We report on magnetization, magnetostriction, and magnetocaloric-effect measurements of polycrystalline LaFe11.74Co0.13Si1.13 and LaFe11.21Co0.65Si1.11 performed in both pulsed and static magnetic fields. Although the two compounds behave rather differently at low fields (∼5  T), they show quite similar values of the magnetocaloric effect, namely a temperature increases of about 20 K at high fields (50–60 T). The magnetostriction and magnetization also reach very similar values here. We are able to quantify the magnetoelastic coupling and, based on that, apply the Bean-Rodbell criterion distinguishing first- and second-order transitions. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review Applied American Physical Society (APS)

Direct Measurement of the Magnetocaloric Effect in La(Fe,Si,Co)13 Compounds in Pulsed Magnetic Fields

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Direct Measurement of the Magnetocaloric Effect in La(Fe,Si,Co)13 Compounds in Pulsed Magnetic Fields

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We report on magnetization, magnetostriction, and magnetocaloric-effect measurements of polycrystalline LaFe11.74Co0.13Si1.13 and LaFe11.21Co0.65Si1.11 performed in both pulsed and static magnetic fields. Although the two compounds behave rather differently at low fields (∼5  T), they show quite similar values of the magnetocaloric effect, namely a temperature increases of about 20 K at high fields (50–60 T). The magnetostriction and magnetization also reach very similar values here. We are able to quantify the magnetoelastic coupling and, based on that, apply the Bean-Rodbell criterion distinguishing first- and second-order transitions.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © © 2017 American Physical Society
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10.1103/PhysRevApplied.8.014037
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Abstract

We report on magnetization, magnetostriction, and magnetocaloric-effect measurements of polycrystalline LaFe11.74Co0.13Si1.13 and LaFe11.21Co0.65Si1.11 performed in both pulsed and static magnetic fields. Although the two compounds behave rather differently at low fields (∼5  T), they show quite similar values of the magnetocaloric effect, namely a temperature increases of about 20 K at high fields (50–60 T). The magnetostriction and magnetization also reach very similar values here. We are able to quantify the magnetoelastic coupling and, based on that, apply the Bean-Rodbell criterion distinguishing first- and second-order transitions.

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Physical Review AppliedAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 1, 2017

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