Crystallographic Texture Study in Melt-Spun Pr-Fe-B 2:14:1 Based Nanocomposite Magnet

Y. Zhang, Z. Q. Jin, H. L. Wang, G. C. Hadjipanayis
2002 Microscopy and Microanalysis  
Exchange-coupled nanocomposites have attracted considerable attention due to their potential application for high performance permanent magnets [1, 2] . The melt-spinning method is a potential way to fabricate anisotropic nanocomposite magnets. The microstructural changes that occur in melt-spun ribbons during solidification, especially, from the contact side (wheel side or roll side) to the free surface of the ribbons can give rise to a preferred orientation. Thus, crystallographic texture may
more » ... graphic texture may be introduced into the ribbon samples, which may lead to the formation of anisotropic nanocomposite magnets, with much improved magnetic properties [3, 4] .
doi:10.1017/s1431927602103515 fatcat:kalijbt4jnbz5ag2ltuych73iu