MARCIN NABIALEK, BARTLOMIEJ JEZ, KINGA JEZ, KATARZYNA BLOCH STRUCTURAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF THE RAPID COOLED ALLOYS: FE60CO10Y5+XZR5-XB20 (WHERE: X = 0 OR 2) This article presents the results of tests on high-temperature alloys, produced on the basis of the FeCoB matrix. The nanocrystalline material was produced in a single-step process of rapid cooling of liquid alloy that was injected into a copper mould. Alloy samples were obtained in the form of 10mm x 5mm x 0.5mm tiles. Studies of the structure of the manufactured alloys were undertaken using Bruker X-ray analysis equipment (featuring a CuKa lamp). The magnetic polarization of saturation was measured, as a function of temperature, using a Faraday magnetic balance; the measurements ranged from room temperature up to 850K. Through numerical analysis of the curves, the Curie temperature of the investigated alloys was determined. Using a vibration magnetometer, static magnetic hysteresis loops were measured. The magnetization of saturation of the tested alloys was greater than 1 T, while the coercive field values were 400 and 16600 A/m. The stiffness parameter of the spin wave Dspf was determined.
Keywords: FeCoB matrix, nanocristalline material, Bruker K-ray