Published: Jan 1969
| ||Format||Pages||Price|| |
|PDF Version (320K)||13||$25||  ADD TO CART|
Different types of composite materials containing dispersoids, fibers, or aligned-eutectic structure in a matrix of either cobalt or iron or their alloys were investigated for potential use as solid-rotor core materials operating at 1200 to 1600 F under stress. Composite-strengthening methods deteriorated the soft-magnetic quality of the matrix material. Magnetic saturation induction (
dispersion strengthening, fiber composites, eutectic strengthening, iron, cobalt, iron-cobalt alloys, cobalt-columbium eutectic, magnetic properties, coercive force, high temperatures, demagnetization effects, evaluation, tests
Pavlovic, D. M.
Advisory scientist, Westinghouse Electric Corp.Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, LimaWest Mifflin, OhioPa.
Towner, R. J.
Fellow scientist, Westinghouse Electric Corp.Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, LimaWest Mifflin, OhioPa.
Paper ID: STP49832S