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|Title: ||Large magnetostriction in epoxy-bonded Terfenol-D continuous-fiber composite with  crystallographic orientation|
|Authors: ||Lo, Ching-yin|
Or, Derek Siu-wing
Chan, Helen L. W.
|Subjects: || crystallographic orientation|
|Issue Date: ||Oct-2006 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on magnetics, Oct. 2006, v. 42, no. 10, p. 3111-3113.|
|Abstract: ||A Terfenol-D continuous-fiber composite with a preferred  crystallographic orientation was fabricated by embedding 50-vol% -oriented Terfenol-D continuous fibers of 45 mm long and 1 mm wide in an epoxy matrix, and its magnetic and magnetostrictive properties were evaluated as a function of magnetic field. A -oriented short-fiber composite with reduced Terfenol-D fiber lengths of 4 mm and a randomly oriented particulate composite with irregularly shaped Terfenol-D particles of 10-300 µm size, both with 50-vol% Terfenol-D, were also prepared and characterized for comparison with the continuous-fiber composite and monolithic Terfenol-D. The continuous-fiber composite demonstrated the largest magnetostrictive response with the highest saturation magnetostriction (λ[sub S]) of 1265 ppm. This λ[sub S] not only is 23% and 92% larger than the short-fiber and particulate composites, respectively, but also exceeds the monolithic Terfenol-D by 14%. The higher λ[sub S] compared to the monolithic Terfenol-D, short-fiber composite, and particulate composite mainly originates from the residual compressive stresses developed in the continuous fibers during epoxy cure, a higher fiber aspect ratio for greater stress transfer from the fibers to the matrix, and texturing of the fibers along the highly magnetostrictive  crystallographic axis, respectively.|
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