The Magnetocaloric Effect and its Applications

The Magnetocaloric Effect and its Applications

English | 1 Sept. 2003 | ISBN: 0750309229 | 489 Pages | PDF | 8 MB

The magnetocaloric effect describes the change in temperature of a magnetic material under adiabatic conditions through the application or removal of an external magnetic field. This effect is particularly pronounced at temperatures and fields corresponding to magnetic phase transitions, and it is a powerful and widely used tool for investigating the magnetic state and mechanisms of these transitions. Recently, there has been significant interest in its possible exploitation in magnetic refrigeration and cryocooling systems.


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