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2016-03-01
2016-09-28

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Bulk Mn-Al-C magnets have been prepared by hot-compaction, microwavesintering and hot-deformation. Powders of MnAlC alloy in the ε-phase produced by high energy ball milling have been used as precursor for the hot-compacted and microwavesinteredmagnets. Hot-deformed magnets were produced from alloy pieces in the τ-phase. The hot-compacted magnet exhibits magnetization,remanence and coercivity of 50 emu/g, 28 emu/g and 3.3 kOe, respectively. Microwavesinteredmagnet shows a maximum magnetization of 94 emu/g, remanence of 30 emu/g and coercivity of 1.1 kOe. The best magnetic properties are obtained in hot-deformed magnets with magnetization,remanence,coercivity and energy product of 82 emu/g, 50 emu/g, 2.2 kOe and 1.8 MGOe, respectively. Hot-deformed magnets exhibit texture with the highest degree of texture obtained 0.26. It is found that the pressure applied during compaction/deformation favors coercivity.

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