Subjects include sample preparation for experimentation, thermal treatments and phase stability, magnetic and structural characterization, alloys suitable for applications at the micro scale, resistance and magnetocaloric effects, with papers covering physical phenomena in magnetic shape memory science, main patterns in NiMnGa films, ferromagnetic materials in silicon wafers, transformations in NiMnGa alloys, acoustic energy absorption, shape memory alloys in polymer composites, hybridization effects, and properties of Heusler alloys.
What does MCE stand for?
MCE stands for Magnetocaloric Effect
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Figure 2 shows that the adiabatic temperature change (which is a direct indicator of the magnetocaloric effect) depends on the initial temperature of the material and that a large magnetocaloric effect is only exhibited for a relatively limited temperature span.
As the material leaves the magnetic field, it cools further as a result of the magnetocaloric effect.
Magnetic refrigerators exploit the magnetocaloric effect -- the ability of some metals to become hot when magnetized and cool when demagnetized.
BASF has already started the scale-up for the production of special, economically feasible materials that already show a magnetocaloric effect at relatively low temperatures and thus offer a broad range of applications.
Shyll's group now reports making a new composite that shows a magnetocaloric effect three to four times larger than the effect exhibited by current materials.