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Room temperature table-like magnetocaloric effect in amorphous [Gd.sub.50] [Co.sub.45] [Fe.sub.5] ribbon.
4, show the variation of magnetocaloric effect under magnetic field of 2T and specific heat capacity at magnetic field of 0T and 2T as function of the temperature for magnetocaloric material Gadolinium by using molecular field theory approach.
Spichkin, The Magnetocaloric Effect and Its Applications, Great Britain Institute of Physics, 2003.
Tanabe, "Giant magnetocaloric effect of [MnAs.sub.1-x][Sb.sub.x]," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
According to Cnet, researchers at GE labs have developed a prototype machine that runs a water-based fluid through a series of magnets, based on the magnetocaloric effect, which describes what happens when certain kinds of metal alloys get hot when near magnets, and cool when pulled away.
In the 1990s, Pecharsky (1)) discovered a magnetocaloric material that has a large magnetocaloric effect near room temperature.
Second, the magnetocaloric effect is largest over a relatively narrow temperature range.
Scientists and engineers are learning to exploit this highly reversible process, known as the magnetocaloric effect, to create a novel cryogenic cooling technology that may be sufficiently energy efficient and reliable to compete with conventional refrigeration techniques.
The other three chapters survey intermetallic compounds and alloys exhibiting magnetocaloric effect at various temperatures, assess the future scaling potential of magnetic tape technology for archiving digital data, and explore the crystallographic and magnetic properties of layered iron superconductor systems.
[5] studied the magnetic superelasticity and inverse magnetocaloric effect in NiMnIn alloy.
In the 1990s, Pecharsky (1) discovered a magnetocaloric material that has a large magnetocaloric effect near room temperature.
Several solid-state cooling phenomena are the subject of active research including the Peltier effect, electron tunneling, the magnetocaloric effect, the electrocaloric effect, and the thermoelastic effect.