# Ferromagnetic interactions and martensitic transformation in Fe doped Ni-Mn-In shape memory alloys

@article{Lobo2014FerromagneticIA,
title={Ferromagnetic interactions and martensitic transformation in Fe doped Ni-Mn-In shape memory alloys},
author={D. N. Lobo and Kaustubh R. Priolkar and Shūichi Emura and Arun Kumar Nigam},
journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
year={2014}
}
• D. N. Lobo, +1 author A. Nigam
• Published 1 November 2014
• Materials Science, Physics
• arXiv: Materials Science
The structure, magnetic and martensitic properties of Fe doped Ni-Mn-In magnetic shape memory alloys have been studied by differential scanning calorimetry, magnetization, resistivity, X-ray diffraction (XRD) and EXAFS. While Ni$_{2}$MnIn$_{1-x}$Fe$_{x}$ ($0 \le x \le 0.6$) alloys are ferromagnetic and non martensitic, the martensitic transformation temperature in Ni$_{2}$Mn$_{1.5}$In$_{1-y}$Fe$_{y}$ and Ni$_{2}$Mn$_{1.6}$In$_{1-y}$Fe$_{y}$ increases for lower Fe concentrations ($y \le 0.05… Expand 13 Citations #### Figures and Tables from this paper Martensitic transition, magnetic, magnetocaloric and exchange bias properties of Fe-substituted Mn–Ni–Sn Heusler alloys • Materials Science • 2016 Abstract In this report, effect of Fe substitution on martensitic transition, magnetic, magnetocaloric and exchange bias (EB) properties of Mn50Ni40−xFexSn10 (x=0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2 and 3) HeuslerExpand Effect of Cr addition on the structural, magnetic and mechanical properties of magnetron sputtered Ni–Mn–In ferromagnetic shape memory alloy thin films • Materials Science • 2016 The effect of Cr substitution for In on the structural, martensitic phase transformation and mechanical properties of Ni–Mn–In ferromagnetic shape memory alloy (FSMA) thin films was systematicallyExpand Tuning martensitic transformation, large magnetoresistance and strain in Ni50−xFexMn36Sn14 Heusler alloys Abstract We have investigated the martensitic transformation, exchange bias, magnetoresistance (MR) and strain in Ni 50− x Fe x Mn 36 Sn 14 ( x =1, 2, 3, 4) Heusler alloys. With the increase of FeExpand Structural, magnetic and magnetocaloric effect studies of Ni42.5(Fe, Co, Ni, Cu)0.5Mn46Sn11 Heusler alloys • Materials Science • 2018 We investigated the structural and magnetic properties of Ni42.5(Fe, Co, Ni, Cu)0.5Mn46Sn11 alloys fabricated by arc melting. Substitution of Ni by Fe, Co and Cu causes lattice expansions consistentExpand Influence of Fe-doping on magnetic structure and martensitic transformation in Ni Mn In and Ni Mn Sb alloys • Materials Science • 2018 Abstract Influence of Fe substitution for Ni on the magnetic properties and martensitic transformation was investigated theoretically in Heusler alloys Ni2Mn1.5Z0.5 (Z = In, Sb). Fe-doping does notExpand Long- and short-range order in the Ni52Co2Fe20Ga26 ferromagnetic Heusler alloy • Materials Science • Journal of Applied Crystallography • 2021 The crystalline structure and Fe local environment in a Co-doped Ni–Fe–Ga Heusler alloy, prepared by the melt-spinning technique, were investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and EXAFS at room andExpand Phase Transformations in Ni(Co)–Mn(Cr,C)–(In,Sn) Alloys: An Ab Initio Study • Materials Science • Physics of Metals and Metallography • 2020 Abstract —The phase transformations in the Heusler alloys of Ni(Co)–Mn(Cr,C)–In and Ni(Co)–Mn(Cr,C)–Sn(Al) have been studied in this work using the density-functional theory. The possibility ofExpand Importance of site occupancy and absence of strain glassy phase in Ni2−Fe Mn1.5In0.5 • Materials Science, Physics • Journal of Alloys and Compounds • 2019 Abstract Martensitic transition temperature steadily decreases in Ni2−xFexMn1.5In0.5 and is completely suppressed at x = 0.2. Despite suppression of martensitic transition, Ni1.8Fe0.2Mn1.5In0.5 doesExpand Critical behavior, universality class and magneto-transport properties of Ni2MnIn • Materials Science • 2020 Abstract Structural, magnetic, transport and critical properties of Ni2MnIn are investigated using the combined results of x-ray diffraction, magnetization and electrical resistivity. Ni2MnInExpand Unusual strain glassy phase in Fe doped Ni sub(2)Mn sub(1.5)In sub(0.5) • Materials Science, Physics • 2018 Fe doped Ni2Mn1.5In0.5, particularly, Ni2Mn1.4Fe0.1In0.5, despite having an incommensurate, modulated 7M martensitic structure at room temperature exhibits frequency dependent behavior of storageExpand #### References SHOWING 1-10 OF 56 REFERENCES Phase transitions inNi2+xMn1−xGawith a high Ni excess Ferromagnetic shape memory alloys Ni$_{2+x}$Mn$_{1-x}$Ga were studied in the range of compositions$0.16 \le x \le 0.36$. Experimental phase diagram, constructed from differential scanningExpand Hysteresis of the martensitic phase transition in magnetocaloric-effect Ni-Mn-Sn alloys • Materials Science • 2009 We have investigated the hysteresis of the temperature- and magnetic field\char21{}induced martensitic phase transition in${\text{Ni}}_{50.4}{\text{Mn}}_{34.0}{\text{Sn}}_{15.6}\$. Specifically, weExpand
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