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Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

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My name is Dennis McGlumphy, and am an electrical engineer.  I'm looking for any information on the magnetic permeability of steel for temperatures from 60 deg. F to 2400 deg. F.

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

If anyone has the answer to the above question, I'd also like information on rooom temperature permeability of steel.  Any responses can be sent to nathantoy@hotmail.com. Thank you.

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

I also need this information. please respond at
jcbpayne@online-pro.com

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

Hi, I need the information on the magnetic permeability of Nickel-Iron. Can anyone help? Please respond at karatekiddy@hotmail.com .

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

My understanding is that if the steel is in the Austenitic form (face centered cubic structure or gamma phase), the steel will show no ferromagnetic properties.

I hope this helps

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

Dennis and Nate:

You will find info on magnetic permeability at different temperatures in Vol. 1 of the Metals Handbook published by ASM International (formerly American Society for Metals) which is available in most technical libraries. If you have specific questions, you can e-mail me at ftg@gerson.on.ca

Good luck

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

I am making a setting fixture for a capacitor discharge magnetiser. I require for this high permeability steel. I have been told that I need to use 'sweedish iron'. Has anyone heard of this or know what specification of material i require?

RE: Magnetic permeability of steel at high temperatures

MagnetMan

"Swedish Iron" is a common name for high-purity wrought iron. It got its name many years ago because Swedish ores were very low in impurities.  Any modern soft magnetic wrought iron will offer comparable properties.

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