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Magnetic materials. Properties I. Title Includes bibliographical references and index. J55 dc20 CIP Few subjects in science are more difficult to understand than magnetism. Encyclopedia Britannica, Fifteenth Edition Preface Over the years there have been a number of excellent textbooks on the subject of magnetism. However at present there is no up to date general textbook on magnetism.
This book will, I hope, satisfy this need. It is a book for the newcomer to magnetism, and so I anticipate it will be useful as a text for final-year undergraduate courses in magnetism and magnetic materials or for graduate courses. I would also hope that it will be useful to the researcher who, for one reason or another, is beginning a study of magnetism and needs an introductory general text. In this case the extensive references to the literature of magnetism given in the text should prove useful in enabling the reader to gain rapid access to the most important papers on the subject.
For the expert there are of course already numerous excellent specialist works, of which the most significant is Wohlfarth's four-volume series Ferromagnetic Materials. The book was conceived as a whole and deals with the fundamentals of magnetism in Chapters 1 to 11, and the principal applications in Chapters 12 to The approach which I have taken is to consider magnetic phenomena first on an everyday macroscopic scale, which should be familiar to most readers, and then gradually to progress to smaller-scale phenomena in the search for explanations of observations on the larger scale.
In this way I hope that the book will be of interest to a wider audience consisting of physicists, materials scientists and electrical engineers. One advantage of this approach is that it is possible to introduce the subject from an appeal to the reader's experience rather than through abstract concepts. It is also easier to maintain the reader's interest if he does not find himself immediately confronted with difficult concepts when he first opens the book at chapter one.
Whereas physicists are likely to be mainly interested in the microscopic phenomena discussed in Chapters 9, 10 and 11, the materials scientists and metallurgists are more interested in the domain processes and how these are affected by microstructure, as described in Chapters 6, 7 and 8.
Electrical engineers are probably more familiar with field calculations and modelling of magnetic properties in Chapters 1, 2 and 5. Each of these groups should be interested in the applications of our subject since it is the applications which sustain it. There Vl11 Preface is a strong demand today for scientists and engineers with skills in magnetism because of applications in magnetic recording, permanent magnets, electrical steels, soft magnetic materials and materials evaluation and measurements; not because it is a deeply interesting and difficult subject - which it undoubtedly is.
The choice of units in magnetism presents a continual problem which those not experienced in the subject will find difficult to comprehend.
In research journals papers are primarily written in CGS Gaussian units. This system has the advantage that the permeability of free space is unity and that the unit of magnetic field, the oersted, has a very convenient size for practical applications.
In electromagnetism the Sommerfeld system of units has been adopted widely. This has the advantage of being completely compatible with the SI unit system but suffers from a serious disadvantage because the permeability of free space, which has the cumbersome value of This value has no real significance, being merely the result of the choice of our definition of units, specifically the ampere. In this book I have nevertheless chosen the Sommerfeld unit convention because it is the unit system recommended by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, and because this is the unit system for the future.
However it was not practicable to convert every diagram taken from research journals and monographs into this unit system. Nor was it desirable since the practitioner of magnetism must learn to be adept in both unit systems.
Therefore many of the figures given later in the book remain in their original units. Conversion factors are given in section 1. Finally I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the advice and assistance given to me by many friends and colleagues while writing this book.
In particular thanks go to D. Atherton who persuaded me to write it, S. Palmer, F. Friedlaender and C. Graham Jr for reading the entire text, and D. Finnemore, R. Greenough, K. Gschneidner Jr, W. Lord, B. Lograsso, K. Overshott, J. Mallinson, R. McCallum, A. Moses and E. Williams for advice on particular chapters. Ames, Iowa Foreword As you study the intricate subject of magnetism in this book you will find that the journey begins at a familiar level with electric currents passing through wires, compass needles rotating in magnetic fields and bar magnets attracting or repelling each other.
As the journey progresses though, in order to understand our observations, we must soon peel back the surface and begin to delve into the materials, to look at ever increasing magnification at smaller and smaller details to explain what is happening.
In critical phenomena one is often concerned with the behaviour of even smaller numbers 10 atoms or less in a localized array. Then comes the question of how the magnetic moment of a single atom arises. We must go inside the atom to find the answer by looking at the behaviour of a single electron orbiting a nucleus.
The next question is why the magnetic moments of neighbouring atoms are aligned. In order to answer this we must go even further and consider the quantum mechanical exchange interaction between two electrons on neighbouring atoms.
This then marks the limit of our journey into the fundamentals of our subject. Subsequently we must ask how can this knowledge be used to our benefit. In Chapters 12 through 16 we look at the most significant applications of magnetism.
It is no surprise that apart from superconductors these applications deal exclusively with ferromagnetism. Ferromagnetism is easily the most important technological branch of magnetism and most scientific studies, even of other forms of magnetism, are ultimately designed to help further our understanding of ferromagnetism so that we can both fabricate new magnetic materials with improved properties and make better use of existing materials.
Finally I have adopted an unusual format for the book in which each section is introduced by a question, which the following discussion attempts to answer. Many have said they found this useful in focusing attention on the subject matter at hand since it is then clear what is the objective of each section. I have decided therefore to retain this format from my original notes, realizing that it is unusual in a textbook but hoping that it proves helpful to the reader.
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Before his professorship, he studied at the University of Florence and then obtained a position of Assistente with Professor Luigi Sacconi. While it provides relatively minor updates to the first two sections, the third section contains vast updates to reflect the enormous progress made in applications in the past 15 years, particularly in magnetic … Introduction 2. Introduction to Magnetism; Keywords: Magnetism, magnetic materials, hard magnets, permanent magnets, soft magnets, recording media, magnetic domains Contents 1. Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.
David C. Few subjects in science are more difficult to understand than magnetism, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. However, there is a strong demand today for scientists and engineers with skills in magnetism because of the growing number of technological applications utilizing this phenomenon. This textbook responds to the need for a comprehensive introduction of the basic concepts of the science. Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials has been thoroughly revised since the first edition to include recent developments in the field. The early chapters comprise a discussion of the fundamentals of magnetism. These chapters include more than 60 sample problems with complete solutions to reinforce learning.
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Magnetism is a class of physical phenomena that are mediated by magnetic fields. Electric currents and the magnetic moments of elementary particles give rise to a magnetic field, which acts on other currents and magnetic moments. Magnetism is one aspect of the combined phenomenon of electromagnetism.
Visit Our Website 2. Choose Download Or Read Online 3. While it provides relatively minor updates to the first two sections, the third section contains vast updates to reflect the enormous progress made in applications in the past 15 years, particularly in magnetic recording. The book includes significant updates to soft magnetic materials, hard magnetic materials, magnetic data storage, and magnetic evaluation of materials.
Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. David Jiles. A long overdue update, this edition of Introduction to Magnetism and Magnetic Materials is a complete revision of its predecessor. While it provides relatively minor updates to the first two sections, the third section contains vast updates to reflect the enormous progress made in applications in the past 15 years, particularly in magnetic recording. The book includes significant updates to soft magnetic materials, hard magnetic materials, magnetic data storage, and magnetic evaluation of materials.
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