Powdered Iron References
Updated 27 February 2003
    
    
  1. Antonov,A.S., L.V. Panina, and A.K. Sarychev, "High-Frequency Magnetic Susceptibility of Composite Materials Containing Carbonyl Iron," Soviet Physics Technical Physics, Vol. 34, No. 6, Jun 1989, pp. 638-641.
    
    
  2. Arnold, H.D. and G.W. Elmen, "Permalloy, an Alloy of Remarkable Magnetic Properties," Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol. 195, No. 5, May 1923, pp. 621-632.
    
    
  3. Bardell, P.R., "Permability of Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, Feb 1947, p. 63.
    
    
  4. Bayev, Ye.F., "Aging of High-Frequency Magneto-Dielectric Cores," Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vol. 25, No. 11, Nov 1970, pp. 138-139.
    
    
  5. Brailsford, F., D.A. Oliver, D. Hadfield, and G.R. Polgreen, "Magnetic Materials," Journal of the IEE, Part 1, Vol. 95, Dec 1948, pp. 522-539.
    
    
  6. Buckley, S.E., "Nickle-Iron Alloy Dust Cores," Electrical Communications, Vol. 25, No. 2,Jun 1948, pp. 126-131.
    
    
  7. Cioffi, P.P., "Hydrogenized Iron," Physical Review, Vol. 39, No. 1, Jan 1932, pp. 363-377.
    
    
  8. Cioffi, P.P., "New High Permabilities in Hydrogen-Treated Iron," Physical Review, Vol. 45, No. 5, May 1934, p. 742.
    
    
  9. Cox, J., "Iron Powder Cores for High Q Inductors," Proceedings RF Expo 86, pp. 297-303.
    
    
  10. Elmen, G.W., "Magnetic Alloys of Iron, Nickle, and Cobalt," Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol. 207, No. 5, May 1929, pp. 583-617.
    
    
  11. Elmen, G.W., "Magnetic Material," US Patent 1,523,109, 13 Jan 1925.
    
    
  12. Elmen, G.W., "Magnetic Material," US Patent 1,586,884, 1 Jun 1926.
    
    
  13. Foster, D.E. and A.E. Newlon, "Measurement of Iron Cores at Radio Frequencies," Proceedings of the IRE, May 1941, pp. 266-276.
    
    
  14. Friedlaender, E.R., "Permeability of Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, Jun 1947, pp. 187-188.
    
    
  15. Gleadle, G.H.M., "Iron-Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, May 1947, pp. 156-157.
    
    
  16. Goldman, A., HANDBOOK OF MODERN FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.
    
    
  17. Hardell,P.R., "Permeability of Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, Aug 1947, p. 149.
    
    
  18. Hubbard, W.M., E. Adams, and J.F. Haben, "Sendust Flake - A New Magnetic Material for Low Frequency Application," Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Oct 1956, pp. 445-452.
    
    
  19. Lamson, H.W., "Permability of Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, Sep 1947, pp. 267-281.
    
    
  20. Legg, V.E., "Permeability of Dust Cores," Wireless Engineer, Jul 1947, pp. 218-219.
    
    
  21. Nicol, D.J., "Core Material: Iron Powders Fit Inductive Applications," PCIM, Jul 1999, pp. 58-66.
    
    
  22. Nicol, D.J., "Plain and Simple Design Details Regarding the Application of Iron Powder Cores," Proceedings of the 25th Electrical Insulation Conference and Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Conference, 1999, pp. 241-247.
    
    
  23. Oddie, T.H., "Magnetic Measurements on Iron Powders," Journal of Scientific Instruments, Vol. 21, No. 4, Apr 1944, pp. 154-158.
    
    
  24. Owens, C.D., "Stability Characteristics of Molybdenum Permalloy Powder Cores," Electrical Engineering, Mar 1956, pp. 252-256.
    
    
  25. Polgreen, G.R., "Powders for Magnetic Applications," Symposium on Powder Metallurgy, 1954, The Iron and Steel Institute, Special Report No. 58, pp. 24-29.
    
    
  26. Richards, C.E., "Some Chemical and Physical Properties of Iron Powders and Their Effects on the Magnetic Properties," from SOFT MAGNETIC MATERIALS FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS, C.E. Richards and A.C. Lynch (eds), Pergamon, 1953.
    
    
  27. Richards, C.E., S.E. Buckley, P.R. Bardell, and A.C. Lynch, "Some Properties and Tests of Magnetic Powders and Powder Cores," Proceedings of the IEE, Part 2, Vol. 97, Apr 1950, pp. 236-245.
    
    
  28. Roberts, J.A. and G.O. Altman, "Powdered Iron Applications," Tele-Tech & Electronic Industries, Jun 1955, pp. 94-95, 396-403.
    
    
  29. Rockett, F., "High-Frequency Coils Use New Core Materials," Electronics, Dec 1954, pp. 140-143.
    
    
  30. Say, M.G. (ed), MAGNETIC ALLOYS AND FERRITES, Newnes, 1954.
    
    
  31. Shackleton, W.J. and I.G. Barber, "Compressed Powdered Permalloy: Manufacture and Magnetic Properties," Transactions of the AIEE, Vol. 47, No. 2, Apr 1928, pp. 429-437.
    
    
  32. Smith, T., "Powdered Iron Cores for RF Magnetics," Proceedings of the 25th Electrical Insulation Conference and Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Conference, 1999, pp. 107-115.
    
    
  33. Speed, B. and G.W. Elmen, "Magnetic Properties of Compressed Powdered Iron," Transactions of the AIEE, Vol. 40, Jun 1921, pp. 1321-1359.
    
    
  34. Welsby, V.G., THE THEORY AND DESIGN OF INDUCTANCE COILS (2nd ed), Wiley, 1960.
    
    
  35. Welsby, V.G., "Dust Cored Coils," Electronic Engineering, Aug 1943, pp. 96-98 (part 1), Sep 1943, pp. 149-153 (part 2), Oct 1943, pp. 191-194 (part 3), Nov 1943, pp. 230-232 (part 4), Dec 1943, pp. 281-284 (part 5).
    
    
  36. Wieserman, W.R., G.E. Schwarze, and J.M. Niedra, "Comparison of High Temperature, High Frequency Core Loss and Dynamic B-H Loops of Two Ni-Fe Crystalline Alloys and an Iron-Base Amorphous Alloy," NASA Technical Memorandum 105205, Sep 1991.
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