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Magnetic superelasticity and inverse magnetocaloric effect in Ni-Mn-In
Krenke, Thorsten; Duman, Eyüp; Acet, Mehmet; Wassermann, Eberhard F.; Moya Raposo, Xavier; Mañosa, Lluís; Planes Vila, Antoni; Suard, Emmanuelle; Ouladdiaf, Bachir
Universitat de Barcelona
Applying a magnetic field to a ferromagnetic Ni50Mn34In16 alloy in the martensitic state induces a structural phase transition to the austenitic state. This is accompanied by a strain which recovers on removing the magnetic field, giving the system a magnetically superelastic character. A further property of this alloy is that it also shows the inverse magnetocaloric effect. The magnetic superelasticity and the inverse magnetocaloric effect in Ni-Mn-In and their association with the first-order structural transition are studied by magnetization, strain, and neutron-diffraction studies under magnetic field.
2010-05-04
Magnetostricció
Difracció de neutrons
Magnetostriction
Neutron diffraction
(c) The American Physical Society, 2007
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