Relationship between Processing Conditions, Oxygen Stoichiometry and Strength of MnZn Ferrites
Magnetic ceramics, better known as “ferrites”, have become technologically important in telecommunications systems, as well as in many other electronic industries, as inductor and transformer materials. In general, the processing variables which can be adjusted for the manufacture of ferrites, are set to optimize the desired magnetic properties of the product. The mechanical properties of ferrites, on the other hand, are often taken for granted during the manufacture and testing. Despite this, the strength of ferrites can be important particularly for parts which are tightly clamped during their assembly and use to assure minimum changes in device performance with mechanical shock, temperature, vibration, etc.
KeywordsFracture Surface Fracture Mode Firing Condition Oxygen Stoichiometry Slow Flow Rate
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