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Domain structures and magnetic properties of advanced grain-oriented silicon steel

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Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
0304-8853
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Elsevier
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133
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DOI: 10.1016/0304-8853(94)90504-5

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Abstract The dynamic behavior of surface closure domains governing the soft magnetic properties of grain-oriented 3% silicon-iron and the basic magnetic phenomena, such as domain wall pinning, are explained mainly through the observation of static and dynamic domain wall movements under a high-voltage scanning electron microscope. Techniques for manufacturing the latest grain-oriented silicon-iron, such as improvements in the alignment of the (110)[001] orientation, increases in the number of mobile domain walls and relaxation of domain wall pinning, are also described through the observation of domain patterns.

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