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Ke Bi – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Bath Temperature effect on magnetoelectric performance of ni lead zirconate titanate ni laminated composites synthesized by electroless deposition
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2011
    Co-Authors: W. Wu, Y. G. Wang, Ke Bi

    Abstract:

    Abstract Magnetoelectric (ME) Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites have been prepared by electroless deposition at various Bath Temperatures. The structure of the Ni layers deposited at various Bath Temperatures was characterized by X-ray diffraction, and microstructures were investigated by transmission electron microscopy. The magnetostrictive coefficients were measured by means of a resistance strain gauge. The transverse ME voltage coefficient α E,31 was measured with the magnetic field applied parallel to the sample plane. The deposition rate of Ni increases with Bath Temperature. Ni layer with smaller grain size is obtained at higher Bath Temperature and shows higher piezomagnetic coefficient, promoting the ME effect of corresponding laminated composites. It is advantageous to increase the Bath Temperature, while trying to avoid the breaking of Bath constituents.

  • Bath Temperature effect on magnetoelectric performance of Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites synthesized by electroless deposition
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2011
    Co-Authors: W. Wu, Y. G. Wang, Ke Bi

    Abstract:

    Abstract Magnetoelectric (ME) Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites have been prepared by electroless deposition at various Bath Temperatures. The structure of the Ni layers deposited at various Bath Temperatures was characterized by X-ray diffraction, and microstructures were investigated by transmission electron microscopy. The magnetostrictive coefficients were measured by means of a resistance strain gauge. The transverse ME voltage coefficient α E,31 was measured with the magnetic field applied parallel to the sample plane. The deposition rate of Ni increases with Bath Temperature. Ni layer with smaller grain size is obtained at higher Bath Temperature and shows higher piezomagnetic coefficient, promoting the ME effect of corresponding laminated composites. It is advantageous to increase the Bath Temperature, while trying to avoid the breaking of Bath constituents.

W. Wu – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Bath Temperature effect on magnetoelectric performance of ni lead zirconate titanate ni laminated composites synthesized by electroless deposition
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2011
    Co-Authors: W. Wu, Y. G. Wang, Ke Bi

    Abstract:

    Abstract Magnetoelectric (ME) Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites have been prepared by electroless deposition at various Bath Temperatures. The structure of the Ni layers deposited at various Bath Temperatures was characterized by X-ray diffraction, and microstructures were investigated by transmission electron microscopy. The magnetostrictive coefficients were measured by means of a resistance strain gauge. The transverse ME voltage coefficient α E,31 was measured with the magnetic field applied parallel to the sample plane. The deposition rate of Ni increases with Bath Temperature. Ni layer with smaller grain size is obtained at higher Bath Temperature and shows higher piezomagnetic coefficient, promoting the ME effect of corresponding laminated composites. It is advantageous to increase the Bath Temperature, while trying to avoid the breaking of Bath constituents.

  • Bath Temperature effect on magnetoelectric performance of Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites synthesized by electroless deposition
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2011
    Co-Authors: W. Wu, Y. G. Wang, Ke Bi

    Abstract:

    Abstract Magnetoelectric (ME) Ni–lead zirconate titanate–Ni laminated composites have been prepared by electroless deposition at various Bath Temperatures. The structure of the Ni layers deposited at various Bath Temperatures was characterized by X-ray diffraction, and microstructures were investigated by transmission electron microscopy. The magnetostrictive coefficients were measured by means of a resistance strain gauge. The transverse ME voltage coefficient α E,31 was measured with the magnetic field applied parallel to the sample plane. The deposition rate of Ni increases with Bath Temperature. Ni layer with smaller grain size is obtained at higher Bath Temperature and shows higher piezomagnetic coefficient, promoting the ME effect of corresponding laminated composites. It is advantageous to increase the Bath Temperature, while trying to avoid the breaking of Bath constituents.

S M Mirsaeedghazi – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the effect of pulse reverse electroplating Bath Temperature on the wear corrosion response of ni co tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating during layer deposition
    Ceramics International, 2018
    Co-Authors: Masoud Sabzi, Mersagh S Dezfuli, S M Mirsaeedghazi

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this article, the effect of Bath Temperature during layer deposition on the electrochemical/abrasion responses of Ni-Co/tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating has been investigated. The Ni-Co/tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating was obtained using simultaneous deposition of tungsten carbide nanoparticles in three Ni-Co Bath Temperatures of 20, 40, and 60 °C. Afterwards, in order to characterize the obtained coatings, Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FE-SEM) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), X-Ray diffraction (XRD), MAP analysis, potentiodynamic polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy methods in 3.5 wt% NaCl, and also abrasion test using a pin on disc method were carried out. The results of this study revealed that the deposition obtained from Ni-Co Bath contains tungsten carbide nanoparticles and results in strong (200) and hard (111) textures in the coating at different Temperatures. Also increasing the Bath Temperature from 20 to 40 °C results in the absorption of cobalt and tungsten carbide nanoparticles, as well as reducing the nickel content and corrosion resistance in the coating, and on one hand it increases the abrasion resistance of the coating. However, a BathTemperature increase from 40 to 60 °C results in reducing the absorption of cobalt and tungsten carbide nanoparticles, and increasing the nickel content and corrosion resistance in the coating as well as reducing the abrasion resistance of the coating.

  • The effect of pulse-reverse electroplating Bath Temperature on the wear/corrosion response of Ni-Co/tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating during layer deposition
    Ceramics International, 2018
    Co-Authors: Masoud Sabzi, S. Mersagh Dezfuli, S M Mirsaeedghazi

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this article, the effect of Bath Temperature during layer deposition on the electrochemical/abrasion responses of Ni-Co/tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating has been investigated. The Ni-Co/tungsten carbide nanocomposite coating was obtained using simultaneous deposition of tungsten carbide nanoparticles in three Ni-Co Bath Temperatures of 20, 40, and 60 °C. Afterwards, in order to characterize the obtained coatings, Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FE-SEM) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), X-Ray diffraction (XRD), MAP analysis, potentiodynamic polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy methods in 3.5 wt% NaCl, and also abrasion test using a pin on disc method were carried out. The results of this study revealed that the deposition obtained from Ni-Co Bath contains tungsten carbide nanoparticles and results in strong (200) and hard (111) textures in the coating at different Temperatures. Also increasing the Bath Temperature from 20 to 40 °C results in the absorption of cobalt and tungsten carbide nanoparticles, as well as reducing the nickel content and corrosion resistance in the coating, and on one hand it increases the abrasion resistance of the coating. However, a BathTemperature increase from 40 to 60 °C results in reducing the absorption of cobalt and tungsten carbide nanoparticles, and increasing the nickel content and corrosion resistance in the coating as well as reducing the abrasion resistance of the coating.