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|Title:||Magnetics Hysteresis Properties and Microstructure of High-Energy (Nd,Dy)–Fe–B Magnets with Low Oxygen Content|
|Authors:||Vasilenko, D. Y.|
Shitov, A. V.
Bratushev, D. Y.
Podkorytov, K. I.
Gaviko, V. S.
Golovnya, O. A.
Popov, A. G.
Pleiades Publishing Ltd
|Citation:||Magnetics Hysteresis Properties and Microstructure of High-Energy (Nd,Dy)–Fe–B Magnets with Low Oxygen Content / D. Y. Vasilenko, A. V. Shitov, D. Y. Bratushev et al. // Physics of Metals and Metallography. — 2021. — Vol. 122. — Iss. 12. — P. 1173-1182.|
|Abstract:||Abstract: Magnetic properties and microstructure of high-energy (Nd,Dy)–Fe–B magnets with Dy of no more than 1 wt % prepared via a low-oxygen routine are studied. Oxygen content in magnets does not exceed 0.20 wt %. 0.5 wt %–Dy addition reliably stabilizes the coercivity MHc higher than 13 kOe; in this case, the maximum energy density product (BH)max of magnets is 48.5–49.5 MG Oe. High magnetic hysteresis properties are gained via optimization of chemical and phase compositions of magnets, as well as their microstructure. The grain size of the main Nd2Fe14B phase is approximately 3.5 μm; and according to X-ray analysis, the weight fraction of additional Nd-rich phases (NdOx and Nd2O3) does not exceed 2.5%. Scanning electron microscopy study has demonstrated that in triple junctions of Nd2Fe14B grains there are two types of inclusions (В and С) of the NdOx phase, which significantly differ by their chemical composition. С-phase inclusions with low oxygen content (х ≈ 0.03) are enriched in Fe (40–50 wt %); whereas, В-phase with high oxygen content (х ≈ 0.70) contains 3–5 times less Fe. The angular dependences of coercivity of (Nd,Dy)–Fe–B magnets are presented. © 2021, The Author(s).|
ENERGY DISPERSIVE X RAY ANALYSIS
SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY
X RAY DIFFRACTION
X RAY DIFFRACTION ANALYSIS
LOW OXYGEN CONTENTS
PROPERTIES AND MICROSTRUCTURES
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||The work is performed in the framework of state assignment of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia (theme “Magnet,” No. АААА-А18-118020290129-5).|
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