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Analysis of Fe78Si9B13 (%at.) ribbons of noncommercial scrap materials produced by melt spinning equipment

Analysis of Fe78Si9B13 (%at.) ribbons of noncommercial scrap materials produced by melt spinning... Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to present a ribbons production route of composition Fe78Si9B13 (%at.) using low cost noncommercial scrap materials to obtain usable magnetic cores by melt spinning technique and their characterization. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. Design/methodology/approach– The methodology is to design a master alloy with scrap different starting compositions, to which Fe is added to get the desired atomic ratio of components. With this starting alloy, using the method of melt spinning, in its variant of chill block melt spinning, are achieved amorphous ribbons with desired soft magnetic behavior. Then these ribbons are thermally treated for achieve nanocrystalline structures to improve the performance in the magnetic cores. Findings– The result of this paper shows that it is possible to recycle scrap materials, and re-used efficiently as components essential in part of electrical components. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. Research limitations/implications– The limitation of this work to ensure that the scrap materials used is reasonably adequate to accomplish obtaining the master alloy, i.e. having reduced impurities. Practical implications– The implications are important, because it assures that the components are recyclable and also high-tech in reference to energy saving that involves the production of amorphous and nanocrystalline materials in the electric industry. These products may compete with those produced by conventional casting processes. Social implications– The social implications lead to awareness in recycling and energy saving as an option for social progress in technology. Originality/value– The originality of the study is that it takes as a starting point for the final product (ribbon) noncommercial scrap materials of known composition and the obtained results are comparable to those that also are manufactured from the pure elements. The control of impurities is necessary in the production route. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. This process achieved a production with lower cost, high efficient energy products and high added value. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures Emerald Publishing

Analysis of Fe78Si9B13 (%at.) ribbons of noncommercial scrap materials produced by melt spinning equipment

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1573-6105
DOI
10.1108/MMMS-11-2013-0068
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Abstract

Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to present a ribbons production route of composition Fe78Si9B13 (%at.) using low cost noncommercial scrap materials to obtain usable magnetic cores by melt spinning technique and their characterization. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. Design/methodology/approach– The methodology is to design a master alloy with scrap different starting compositions, to which Fe is added to get the desired atomic ratio of components. With this starting alloy, using the method of melt spinning, in its variant of chill block melt spinning, are achieved amorphous ribbons with desired soft magnetic behavior. Then these ribbons are thermally treated for achieve nanocrystalline structures to improve the performance in the magnetic cores. Findings– The result of this paper shows that it is possible to recycle scrap materials, and re-used efficiently as components essential in part of electrical components. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. Research limitations/implications– The limitation of this work to ensure that the scrap materials used is reasonably adequate to accomplish obtaining the master alloy, i.e. having reduced impurities. Practical implications– The implications are important, because it assures that the components are recyclable and also high-tech in reference to energy saving that involves the production of amorphous and nanocrystalline materials in the electric industry. These products may compete with those produced by conventional casting processes. Social implications– The social implications lead to awareness in recycling and energy saving as an option for social progress in technology. Originality/value– The originality of the study is that it takes as a starting point for the final product (ribbon) noncommercial scrap materials of known composition and the obtained results are comparable to those that also are manufactured from the pure elements. The control of impurities is necessary in the production route. This way, these may compete with the materials produced by conventional casting processes. This process achieved a production with lower cost, high efficient energy products and high added value.

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Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and StructuresEmerald Publishing

Published: Nov 4, 2014

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