Magnetoelastic Transducer Materials - a Plateable Possibility

Jens Dahl Jensen, Per Møller

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    A short presentation of the magnetostriction theory as well as a series of possible applications for magnetoelastic transducers are given. A review of the present state of development for these materials is discussed with relation to the various ways of manufacture. The paper is concluded with the presentation of a method for making magnetoelastic materials by electrochemical deposition (electroless) as tried by the authors in collaboration with the Daimler-Chrysler research centre in Ulm, Germany. First results of this work are both promising and intriguing: Sensitivities of the same order as the reference material Terfenol-D were obtained, but reproduction of exact magnetic properties is still critical with the new plating technique.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSURFIN 2001
    Publication date2001
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    EventSUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 2001 - Nashville,TN, United States
    Duration: 5 Nov 2001 → …


    ConferenceSUR/FIN Manufacturing and Technology Conference 2001
    Country/TerritoryUnited States
    Period05/11/2001 → …
    SponsorThe National Association for Surface Finishing


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