Impact Of Some Manufacturing Processes On Magnetic Properties Of Nanocrystalline Cores : Core Shape, Ribbon Shearing And Ribbon Width

Abstract : Nanocrystalline materials have very low losses compared to standard iron-silicium, amorphous materials and can work at higher inductions than ferrite materials. It makes them a good candidate for high power medium frequency transformer applications. However, manufacturing processes such as impregnation or cut significantly increase magnetic losses, as shown previous studies.
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Alexis Fouineau, Fabien Sixdenier, Bruno Lefebvre, Marie-Ange Raulet, Noël Burais. Impact Of Some Manufacturing Processes On Magnetic Properties Of Nanocrystalline Cores : Core Shape, Ribbon Shearing And Ribbon Width. 62nd ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON MAGNETISM AND MAGNETIC MATERIALS, Nov 2017, Pittsburgh, PA, United States. ⟨hal-01598289⟩

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