Correlation of Titanium Content and Core Loss in Non-oriented Electrical Steel Sheets


The core loss of electrical steel is defined as the dissipation of electrical energy in the form of heat during magnetization by an alternating current. Many efforts have been made to reduce the core loss. Numerous parameters, including the chemical composition and the metallurgical technology, influence the properties of the steel. Electrical steel sheets… (More)

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