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Magnetic properties of 6.5-percent Si-Fe filament formed by a modified taylor technique

By: Agano, T.; Teshima, N.; Narita, K.; Funahashi, H.;

1980 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Magnetic properties of 6.5-percent Si-Fe filament formed by a modified taylor technique ' A modified Taylor technique for forming 6.5-percent Si-Fe filament has been developed. The filament is much more ductile than the bulk 6.5-percent Si-Fe alloy and can be formed into wound cores easily. High permeability is maintained for frequencies up to 100 kHz for filaments with diameters of less than 100 �m. This material could be used in high-frequency magnetic cores.