Functional Magnetic Material

           The magnetic anisotropy in efficient magnetic materials, which surfaces from the alignment of magnetic moments under external field, can be developed at various structural scales. Magnetic ordering, magnetic patterning, and text ration are at the origin of this anisotropy development. Today's improved superconducting magnet technology allows higher field intensities to be delivered more easily and enables researchers to gather evidence on magnetic field effects that were formerly thought to be negligible. The magneto-thermodynamic effect is one of them and involves the magnetization energy as an additional parameter to tailor microstructures. Control of functional properties can thus result from magnetic monitoring of the phase transformation, and kinetics can be impacted by the magnetic energy contribution

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