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Study of the influence of grain size and precipitates on the electromagnetic losses in different grades of non-oriented fully processed electrical steel
Miranda de la Torre, Margarita
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria; Baró, M. D.; De Wulf, Marc
The study was performed in the installations of OCAS, a Steel Research Centre of ArcelorMittal. Taking M32 steel (3.25%Si+0.9%Al) as the basis chemical composition and three different thicknesses (0.35, 0.5 and 0.65mm), different annealing conditions (temperature and time) have been applied in the laboratory simulator at St. Chély, France. The aim was to link annealing parameters, grain size and energy loss. It was determined the optimum annealing parameters to reach the lowest power losses for three different grades of non-oriented fully processed electrical steel. In addition, M250-50 samples having different magnetic behaviour (high and low losses) but the same grain size and texture, have been analyzed in terms of TEM observations of their precipitates, in the University of Marseille. The results reveal that a high amount of medium and big precipitates (&10 nm) worsen the magnetic properties of the material. The small precipitates (&10nm) do not have a strong influence on the magnetic properties. The presence of precipitates can have a great influence on the power losses and further work is clearly necessary.
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2008-02
620 - Assaig de materials. Materials comercials. Economia de l'energia
Acer -- Anàlisi
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