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|Title:||Effect of copper content, initial structure, and scheme of treatment on magnetic properties of ultra-thin grain oriented electrical steel|
|Authors:||Lobanov, M. L.|
Rusakov, G. M.
Redikul'tsev, A. A.
|Citation:||Lobanov M. L. Effect of copper content, initial structure, and scheme of treatment on magnetic properties of ultra-thin grain oriented electrical steel / M. L. Lobanov, G. M. Rusakov, A. A. Redikul'tsev // Physics of Metals and Metallography. — 2013. — Vol. 114. — № 7. — P. 559-565.|
|Abstract:||The effect of the copper content, initial structure, and scheme of treatment on the magnetic properties of an ultra-thin grain oriented electrical steel has been investigated. In the material with copper and an initial sharp texture, the nucleation of new grains upon primary recrystallization is connected with deformation twins; in the samples without copper and with copper and diffuse texture, it is connected predominantly with shear bands and transition bands. Upon heating at a rate of ∼0.004 K/s, the temperature of primary recrystallization in the copper-bearing samples is considerably higher than in the copper-free material. Upon heating at a rate of ∼4 K/s the appearance of new grains occurs almost simultaneously for all of the studied samples. In the samples with copper and initial sharp texture after annealing at 1050 C, a significant part of the volume is occupied by grains that had undergone normal grain growth; in the samples without copper and with copper and diffuse texture, anomalous growth is hardly observed at all. To obtain high final magnetic properties of the ultra-thin grain oriented electrical steel produced by the Littmann method, it has been suggested to use an grain oriented electrical steel with 0.5% Cu that exhibits the diffuse orientation of grains as the workpiece. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.|
NORMAL GRAIN GROWTH (SECONDARY RECRYSTALLIZATION)
ULTRA-THIN GRAIN ORIENTED ELECTRICAL STEEL
EFFECT OF COPPERS
GRAIN ORIENTED ELECTRICAL STEEL
NORMAL GRAIN GROWTH
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