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2020 IEEE International Magnetic Conference (INTERMAG)

INTERMAG is the premier conference on all aspects of applied magnetism and provides a range of oral and poster presentations, invited talks and symposia, a tutorial session, and exhibits reviewing the latest developments in magnetism.


2018 IEEE 8th International Nanoelectronics Conferences (INEC)

IEEE-INEC 2018 is the 8th in a series of very successful conferences initiated by Nanotech Chapter of IEEE Singapore Section. It provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in the areas of Nanoelectronics, Nanodevices, Nanosystems and IoT.


2018 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

The conference will provide a forum for scientists and engineers from around the globe to present the latest developments in vacuum electronics technology at frequencies ranging from the UHF to THz frequency bands.


2018 International Conference on Actual Problems of ElectronDevices Engineering (APEDE)

The conference APEDE will provide a forum for scientists and engineers from Russia and different countries.The goal of this Conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and to share ideas,problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Electronics and Technology. Topics of Conference- Microwave Electronics;- Vacuum Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics;- Microwave Theory and Techniques;- Technologies;- Power Electronics;- Applications of Electron Devices.

  • 2016 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave electronics Vacuum microelectronics and nanoelectronics Microwave theory and techniques Technologies Applications of electron devices

  • 2014 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Papers in the following areas are requested:Microwave electronics, Microwave theory and techniques, Measurement in electronics, Power electronics, Technologies Applications of Electron Devices, Vacuum Microelectronics and nanoelectronics.

  • 2012 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave electronics Vacuum Microelectronics and nanoelectronics Microwave theory and techniques Technologies Applications of Electron Devices

  • 2010 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for extended interaction between scientists, engineers, and students working in the fields of electronics and device technologies. Papers in the following areas are requested: microwave electronics, including nanoelectronics; microwave theory and techniques; electron devices and instruments application and technology, power electronics.

  • 2008 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

    Microwave Electronics, including semiconductor devices, power-amplifier devices, photonics and optoelectronics, nanoelectronics; Microwave Theory and Techniques, including electromagnetic field analysis and guided waves, resonators, filters, antennas, passive microwave components, acoustic wave components; Electron Devices and Instruments Application and Technology, including power electronics, medical application, sensor and sensor systems, process technology.

  • 2006 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2004 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2002 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 2000 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)

  • 1998 International Conference on Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE)


2018 XXIII International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM)

Scope of the conference includes technology advances in design, analysis, manufacturing and measurements for electrical machines and drives


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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronics devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Energy Conversion, IEEE Transaction on

Research, development, design, application, construction, installation, and operation of electric power generating facilities (along with their conventional, nuclear, or renewable sources) for the safe, reliable, and economic generation of electrical energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption, and electromechanical energy conversion for the use of electrical energy


Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on

Theory and applications of industrial electronics and control instrumentation science and engineering, including microprocessor control systems, high-power controls, process control, programmable controllers, numerical and program control systems, flow meters, and identification systems.


Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on

The development and application of electric systems, apparatus, devices, and controls to the processes and equipment of industry and commerce; the promotion of safe, reliable, and economic installations; the encouragement of energy conservation; the creation of voluntary engineering standards and recommended practices.


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Phase transformation at high temperature and coercivity of Sm(Co,Cu,Fe,Zr)7-9 magnet alloys

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1987

The phase diagram near compositions of magnet alloys, that is, Sm- Co-13.0at%Cu-10.0at%Fe, Sm-Co-7.0at%Cu-22.0at%Fe and Sm- Co-7.0at%Cu-22.0at%Fe-2.0 at%Zr sections of the phase diagram were determined in the Sm content range from 6 to 16 at%. Furthermore, relationships between phase transformation at high temperature and coercivity were investigated. The Sm<inf>2</inf>(Co,Cu,Fe,Zr)<inf>17</inf>(Zr=0 and 2.0at%) intermetallic compound (2/17 phase) has the hexagonal TbCu<inf>7</inf>, hexagonal Th<inf>2</inf>Ni<inf>17</inf>or ...


Magnetic anisotropy induced by field applied during deposition in sputtered amorphous CoZr-rare earth thin films

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1993

The formation of coherent magnetic anisotropy is investigated in amorphous (Co/sub 0.93/Zr/sub 0.07/)/sub 100-x/ (RE)/sub x/ (RE=rare earth) films as a function of the magnitude of the magnetic field, H/sub d/, applied during deposition. The direction of the induced anisotropy depends upon the peculiar rare earth substituted. For RE=Sm and Gd, a biaxial anisotropy is formed composed of a perpendicular ...


Anisotropy and FOMP in (Sm/sub x/Pr/sub 1-x/)/sub 3/Fe/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (x=0-1) and Pr/sub 3/(Fe/sub 1-y/Co/sub y/)/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (y=0-0.4) compounds

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2001

Alloys of composition (Sm/sub x/Pr/sub 1-x/)/sub 3/Fe/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (x=0-1) and Pr/sub 3/(Fe/sub 1-y/Co/sub y/)/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (y=0-0.4) were synthesized and characterized in the temperature range of 10-1273 K in fields up to 5 T. The magnetization curves along the hard direction clearly indicate the presence of a type II FOMP (first order magnetization processes) below 200 K. The critical ...


Magnetic Moment and Curie Temperature in Amorphous Co-R Alloys

IEEE Translation Journal on Magnetics in Japan, 1990

The magnetic properties of amorphous Co100-xYx(50 ≤ x ≤ 70) alloys prepared by a melt-quenching method were studied. Based on the results derived from the Co-Y alloys, the magnetic moment of Co and the Curie temperature in amorphous Co100-xRx(R = Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Dy, Er) alloys are discussed. The Co atoms no longer sustain a moment when x ≥ ...


Amorphous magnetic RE-Fe-Al alloys

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2001

Detail studies of the effects of rare-earth substitution on the magnetic properties of bulk amorphous hard magnetic Nd/sub 60/Fe/sub 30/Al/sub 10/ alloys were carried out. Amorphous ribbons of alloys RE/sub 60/Fe/sub 30/Al/sub 10/ (with RE=Nd,Sm,Gd and Dy) were prepared by melt-spinning at 30 m/s. As temperature increases, instead of just a simple transition from ferromagnetic state to paramagnetic state, these ...


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  • Phase transformation at high temperature and coercivity of Sm(Co,Cu,Fe,Zr)7-9 magnet alloys

    The phase diagram near compositions of magnet alloys, that is, Sm- Co-13.0at%Cu-10.0at%Fe, Sm-Co-7.0at%Cu-22.0at%Fe and Sm- Co-7.0at%Cu-22.0at%Fe-2.0 at%Zr sections of the phase diagram were determined in the Sm content range from 6 to 16 at%. Furthermore, relationships between phase transformation at high temperature and coercivity were investigated. The Sm<inf>2</inf>(Co,Cu,Fe,Zr)<inf>17</inf>(Zr=0 and 2.0at%) intermetallic compound (2/17 phase) has the hexagonal TbCu<inf>7</inf>, hexagonal Th<inf>2</inf>Ni<inf>17</inf>or rhombohedral Th<inf>2</inf>Zn<inf>17</inf>structure depending on the quantity of Cu, Fe and Zr, and temperature. The alloys quenched after homogenizing treatment, by which the 2/17 phase with TbCu<inf>7</inf>structure is obtained, can possess high coercivity after the aging treatment.

  • Magnetic anisotropy induced by field applied during deposition in sputtered amorphous CoZr-rare earth thin films

    The formation of coherent magnetic anisotropy is investigated in amorphous (Co/sub 0.93/Zr/sub 0.07/)/sub 100-x/ (RE)/sub x/ (RE=rare earth) films as a function of the magnitude of the magnetic field, H/sub d/, applied during deposition. The direction of the induced anisotropy depends upon the peculiar rare earth substituted. For RE=Sm and Gd, a biaxial anisotropy is formed composed of a perpendicular anisotropy, K/sub p/, and of K/sub u/. The development of K/sub p/ is linked to H/sub d/. K/sub p/ is negligible for very small H/sub d/, and increases strongly. The short range chemical inhomogeneities are progressively suppressed as H/sub d/ is increased. A mechanism is suggested to explain the results.<<ETX>>

  • Anisotropy and FOMP in (Sm/sub x/Pr/sub 1-x/)/sub 3/Fe/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (x=0-1) and Pr/sub 3/(Fe/sub 1-y/Co/sub y/)/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (y=0-0.4) compounds

    Alloys of composition (Sm/sub x/Pr/sub 1-x/)/sub 3/Fe/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (x=0-1) and Pr/sub 3/(Fe/sub 1-y/Co/sub y/)/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ (y=0-0.4) were synthesized and characterized in the temperature range of 10-1273 K in fields up to 5 T. The magnetization curves along the hard direction clearly indicate the presence of a type II FOMP (first order magnetization processes) below 200 K. The critical fields H/sub cr/ at which FOMP is observed, have been determined from the occurrence of a maximum in dM/dH as a function of H. For (Sm/sub x/Pr/sub 1-x/)/sub 3/Fe/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ compounds, H/sub cr/ is the largest (4.4 T at 5-10 K) for the x=0 composition, and the lowest (1.4 T at 5-10 K) for the x=0.5 composition. For the Pr/sub 3/(Fe/sub 1-y/Co/sub y/)/sub 27.5/Ti/sub 1.5/ compounds, the H/sub cr/ are about 3.6 T at 5-10 K for y=0 and 0.1 whereas, H/sub cr/ is seen to decrease monotonically for higher Co contents. The FOMP exhibits a strong monotonically decreasing temperature dependence for both systems. The effects of the R sublattice (Sm and Pr) and the 3d sublattice (Fe and Co) on the anisotropy and FOMP are reported.

  • Magnetic Moment and Curie Temperature in Amorphous Co-R Alloys

    The magnetic properties of amorphous Co100-xYx(50 ≤ x ≤ 70) alloys prepared by a melt-quenching method were studied. Based on the results derived from the Co-Y alloys, the magnetic moment of Co and the Curie temperature in amorphous Co100-xRx(R = Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Dy, Er) alloys are discussed. The Co atoms no longer sustain a moment when x ≥ 60. The exchange integral between R and R atoms or between R and Co atoms rapidly decreases as the atomic number of the lanthanide element increases.

  • Amorphous magnetic RE-Fe-Al alloys

    Detail studies of the effects of rare-earth substitution on the magnetic properties of bulk amorphous hard magnetic Nd/sub 60/Fe/sub 30/Al/sub 10/ alloys were carried out. Amorphous ribbons of alloys RE/sub 60/Fe/sub 30/Al/sub 10/ (with RE=Nd,Sm,Gd and Dy) were prepared by melt-spinning at 30 m/s. As temperature increases, instead of just a simple transition from ferromagnetic state to paramagnetic state, these ribbons undergo a superparamagnetic stage that ranges over about 100 K. Ribbons of alloys RE/sub 60/Fe/sub 30/Al/sub 10/ with RE=Nd,Sm and Dy exhibit high values of coercivity (in MA/m) range at 4 K, while coercivity of ribbons of alloys with RE=Y and Gd remain low below 100 kA/m.

  • Effects of Cr substitution on the formation, structure and magnetic properties of Sm/sub 2/(Fe,Cr)/sub 17/C/sub x/ alloys

    The effects of Cr substitution on the formation, structure and magnetic properties of Sm/sub 2/(Fe,Cr)/sub 17/C/sub x/ alloys have been systematically studied on arc-melted and melt-spun samples using XRD, TEM and magnetic measurements. It has been found that Cr substitution is an effective way to form the Sm/sub 2/(Fe,Cr)/sub 17/C/sub x/ carbides. The minimum amount of Cr needed to form an almost single 2:17 Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 17-y/Cr/sub y/C/sub 2/ phase is around y=2 and the maximum amount of carbon for Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 15/Cr/sub 2/C/sub x/ to remain in a single 2:17 structure is around x=2. Magnetic measurements reveal that the Cr substituted Sm/sub 2/(Fe,Cr)/sub 17/C/sub x/ carbides have a strong uniaxial magnetocrystalline anisotropy with anisotropy fields higher than 90 kOe obtained in both the Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 15/Cr/sub 2/C/sub 2/ and Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 14/Cr/sub 3/C/sub 2/ carbides. The highest coercivity of 13.2 kOe has been obtained in Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 15/Cr/sub 2/C/sub 2/ melt-spun ribbons. However, both the Curie temperature and the magnetization are found to decrease with Cr substitution.

  • The development of high energy product permanent magnets from 2:17 RE-TM alloys

    The remanence, B<inf>r</inf>, of sintered 2:17 RE-TM permanent magnets depends on saturation magnetization, M<inf>s</inf>, particle alignment, and packing density. Methods to estimate upper bounds for M<inf>s</inf>and energy product, (BH)<inf>max</inf>, as a function of composition are presented. As B<inf>r</inf>is limited by processing variables, (BH)<inf>max</inf>is limited by intrinsic coercivity,<inf>M</inf>H<inf>c</inf>, and loop squareness. The coercivities of the 2:17 RE-TM permanent magnets are controlled by the alloy microstructures and the compositions of the phases comprising these microstructures. Some aspects of the response of these alloy systems to compositional and heat treating variables are discussed in light of a model proposed for their metallurgical behavior.

  • Magnetic hardening of SmFe/sub 10/V/sub 2/ by melt-spinning

    Intrinsic coercivities as large as H/sub ci/=7.8 kOe were obtained in Sm-Fe-V alloys magnetically hardened by melt-spinning. As-quenched Sm/sub 0.87/Fe/sub 10/V/sub 2/ ribbons melt-spun at a substrate velocity of 20 m/s have an intrinsic coercivity H/sub ci/=6.9 kOe and remanence B/sub r/=5.1 kG. The Curie temperature of this material is 585 K. The highest coercivity, H/sub ci/=7.8 kOe, was obtained by overquenching an Sm/sub 0.95/Fe/sub 10/V/sub 2/ alloy and subsequently annealing it at 850 degrees C. All peaks except two in the X-ray powder diffraction pattern can be indexed to the ThMn/sub 12/ structure with lattice constants a=8.506 AA and c=4.779 AA, confirming that the ribbons are principally comprised of the SmFe/sub 10/V/sub 2/ phase. The two extra peaks are due to a cubic (Fe,V) compound. Bulk magnets made by hot pressing overquenched Sm/sub 0.89/Fe/sub 10/V/sub 2/ ribbons reached 98% of the theoretical X-ray density of 7.79 g/cm/sup 3/, with bulk magnetic properties H/sub ci/=5.6 kOe, B/sub r/=5.4 kG, and (BH)/sub max/=4.0 MGOe.<<ETX>>

  • Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 17/N/sub 3/ magnet powder made by reduction and diffusion method

    High performance Sm/sub 2/Fe/sub 17/N/sub 3/ magnet powder is developed by a reduction and diffusion method. Typical remanence, coercivity and maximum energy product obtained are 1.40 T, 1.13 T and 323 kJ/m/sup 3/, respectively. Decreasing samarium content, oxygen content and the amount of /spl alpha/-Fe are found to be the important factors to realize high energy product.

  • Magnetic properties of as-cast R/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/ (R=Pr, Nd, Sm) alloys

    Structural and intrinsic properties of R/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/ alloys, where R=Pr, Nd, and Sm, were studied experimentally. These compounds crystallize in a tetragonal structure of P42/mnm-type. The magnetization at room temperature and the Curie temperature are somewhat lower than those obtained in the corresponding R/sub 2/Fe/sub 14/B compounds. The anisotropy behavior of the compounds is very similar to that of R/sub 2/Fe/sub 14/B for R=Pr and Nd. However, a significant increase of both /sub i/H/sub c/ and sigma /sub r/ in Nd/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/ is found as compared with Nd/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/B/sub 8/. The easy-cone type of anisotropy is unexpectedly observed in Sm/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/ at both room temperature and low temperature. Spin reorientation at low temperature is observed for Nd/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/ and Sm/sub 14/Fe/sub 78/C/sub 8/, and the transformation temperatures are determined to be about 115 K and 78 K, respectively.<<ETX>>



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