Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo

by Yensen, Trygve D.

Publisher: The University of Illinois in Urbana, Ill

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  • Iron-silicon alloys.,
  • Magnetism.
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    Cover title.

    Statementby Trygve D. Yensen.
    SeriesEngineering Experiment Station. Bulletin, no. 83, University of Illinois bulletin., v. 12, no. 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA479.S5 Y4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL177329M
    LC Control Numbera 16000267
    OCLC/WorldCa13322532

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About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic : Trygve Dewey Yensen. Excerpt from Magnetic and Other Properties of Iron-Aluminum Alloys Melted in Vacuo The chemical analysis was in charge of Mr. Lindgren of the Chemistry Department; the methods used for the determination of aluminum are described by Mr.

Lindgren in the Appendix. The photomicrographs were prepared by Mr. Rowland. Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo: Author(s): Yensen, Trygve Dewey: Subject(s): Iron-silicon alloys Magnetism: Issue Date: Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering.

Engineering Experiment Station. Series/Report: University of Illinois. Engineering Experiment Station. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yensen, Trygve D. (Trygve Dewey), Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo. In a paper presented before the Urbana Section, Apthe author described results obtained from tests made on pure iron melted in vacuo, to obtain data as to its magnetic and allied properties.

The present paper describes further experiments on various alloys of the electrolytic iron melted in vacuo with other elements. The author deals briefly with the iron-boron and iron-carbon Cited by: Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo by Yensen, Trygve D.

(Trygve Dewey), Publication date [] Topics Iron-silicon alloys, Magnetism Publisher Urbana, Ill., Pages: magnetic and electrical properties of iron-silicon alloys melted in vacuo. ANNEALED AT C. 38 ILLINOIS ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION Flux Density for Ma if.

Permeability I Z 3 4 5 Silicon Content -percent FIG. Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo. By Trygve Dewey Yensen.

Abstract. Cover title Topics: Iron-silicon alloys, Magnetism. Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering. Engineering Experiment Station. Author: Trygve Dewey Yensen. Magnetic and other properties of iron-silicon alloys, melted in vacuo / By Trygve D.

(Trygve Dewey) Yensen. Abstract. Cover of access: Internet Topics: Magnetism., Iron-silicon alloys. Publisher: Urbana: University of. Excerpt from Magnetic and Other Properties of Electrolytic Iron Melted in Vacuo On account of the difficulties above enumerated, the only means of melting pure iron without contamination appears to be to melt it in by: 1.

This may be illustrated by the leakage that occurs at the joint of the bar and the yoke. If the lines "Magnetic and Other Properties of Iron-Silicon Alloys Melted in Vacuo." Univ. of Eng. Exp. Sta., Bui. 83, p. 24, f'Magnetic and Other Properties of Electrolytic Iron Melted in Vacuo." Univ.

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95 january, magnetic and other properties of iron-aluminum alloys melted in vacuo by trygve d. yensen research assistant professor of electrical engineering and walter a.

gatward research fellow in the engineering experiment station bulletin no. 95 engineering experiment station published by the university of illinois, urbana contents.

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(Trygve Dewey), Publication date [] Topics Iron, Magnetism Publisher Urbana, Ill., University of IllPages: Magnetic and other properties of iron-aluminum alloys melted in vacuo: Author(s): Yensen, Trygve Dewey; Gatward, Walter A.

Subject(s): Iron-silicon alloys. Magnetism. Issue Date: Publisher: University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, College of Engineering. Engineering Experiment Station. Series/Report: University of Illinois. Preview this book» What people are The Magnetic Properties of Some Iron Alloys Melted in Vacuo.

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A series of well annealed iron‐nickel alloys in nominal steps of 10 percent Ni, including pure iron and pure nickel, has been examined for the effect of pressures, up to 12, kg/cm 2, on the magnetic flux density.

The application of pressure to a well annealed specimen causes a relatively large change in flux, usually a decrease and an incomplete recovery on release of by: 7. The Effect of Boron upon the Magnetic and Other Properties of Electrolytic Iron Melted in Vacuo, by Trygve D.

Yensen. Ten centt. Magnetic and Other Properties of Iron-Silicon Alloys, Melted in Vacuo, by Trygve D. Yensen. Thirty-five cents. Bulletin No. Tests of Reinforced Concrete Flat Slab Structures, by Arthur N.

Talbot Author: University of Illinois Station. theories proposed that silicon mainly influences alloy properties through reduction of iron oxides, causing decarburization and a slight increase of resistivity. However, later developments using combination of melting iron in vacuo and alloying it with silicon dramatically improved the permeability and magnetic properties of silicon steel[5 and 6].

As early as in Silicon, ferrosilicon and other silicon alloys are produced by reducing quartz, with coal and iron or other ores at very high temperatures (°C) in electric arc furnaces. Some silicon gas (or ‘fume’) is produced in the process and reaches the top of the furnace with other combustion gases, where it becomes oxidised to silica by the air and then condenses as submicroscopic particles and agglomerated particles.

@article{osti_, title = {Investigation of structural and magnetic properties of rapidly-solidified iron-silicon alloys at ambient and elevated temperatures}, author = {Jayaraman, T.

and Meka, V. and Jiang, X. and Overman, N. and Doyle, J. and Shield, J. and Mathaudhu, S. N.}, abstractNote = {Here we investigated the ambient temperature structural properties (thickness, width.

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Yensen (page images at HathiTrust) Advanced laboratory practice in electricity and magnetism / (New York: McGraw-Hill, ), by Earle Melvin Terry and Hugo Bernard Wahlin (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "The effect of boron upon the magnetic and other properties of electrolytic iron melted in vacuo" See other formats EXCHANGE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN ISSUED WEEKLY VOL.

XII MA No. 29 Entered as second-class matter, Dec. 11,at the Post Office at Urbana,under the Act of Aug. 24, THE EFFECT OF BORON UPON THE MAGNETIC AND OTHER PROPERTIES. PDF | Magnetic properties and mechanical properties of high purity Fe-3 mass%Si alloy by cold crucible levitation melting was investigated.

The raw | Find, read and cite all the research you. Introduction. It is well known that high silicon–iron alloys containing 6–wt% Si possess excellent soft magnetic properties, such as high saturation magnetization, near zero magnetostriction and low iron loss in high r, it is impossible for the alloys to be rolled into a thin sheet at low temperature because of their poor ductility and therefore their Cited by: Ferrosilicon is used as a source of silicon to reduce metals from their oxides and to deoxidize steel and other ferrous alloys.

This prevents the loss of carbon from the molten steel (so called blocking the heat); ferromanganese, spiegeleisen, calcium silicides, and many other. Ferrosilicon is known to possess good resistance to abrasion, good resistance to corrosion, high specific gravity, and high magnetism, which allows easy magnetic recovery.

The melting point and density of ferrosilicon depends on its silicon content and it is available at a low cost. Magnetic properties of iron-carbon and iron-silicon alloys. Professor Dr.E. Gumlich and ProfessorD. Ing. For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books: Magnetic properties of iron-carbon and iron-silicon alloys.

We investigated the ambient temperature structural properties (thickness, width, microstructure, and lattice parameter), and the ambient and high temperature (up to K) direct current (DC) magnetic properties—saturation magnetization (M S) and intrinsic coercivity (H CI)—of rapidly-solidified (melt-spun) Fe-x wt.% Si (x = 3, 5, & 8) alloys.

The wheel surface speeds selected for the Cited by: 3.Preface This book is designed to serve the needs of the engineering and technical communities for high-quality and comprehensive information regarding specific electrical and magnetic properties of metals.Soft iron based magnetic alloys are ferromagnetic materials that are easily magnetized and de-magnetized.

To provide optimal magnetic performance, these alloys possess very low levels of carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen. Typical applications include tone wheels, relays, cores, solenoid components, and .