Martensitic transformation in rapidly solidified Fe-Pd ribbons

Craciunescu, Corneliu M.; Ercuta, Aurel
November 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings;Nov2013, Vol. 1564 Issue 1, p160
Academic Journal
The magnetic properties of rapidly solidified Fe-Pd ribbons were examined in both martensitc and parent phase states, as well as during the course of the phase transformation; the martensitic transformation is located at temperatures slightly beyond room temperature (RT), as detected via differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) analysis, on cooling. During the cooling-heating thermal cycling, the phase transformation was examined using ac magnetic measurements; an original electromagnetic induction-based equipment was designed and built for magnetization recording vs. temperature, under preset field amplitude conditions.


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