Magnetic entropy change of ErAl2 magnetocaloric wires fabricated by a powder-in-tube method

@article{Yamamoto2019MagneticEC,
  title={Magnetic entropy change of ErAl2 magnetocaloric wires fabricated by a powder-in-tube method},
  author={Takafumi D Yamamoto and Hiroyuki Takeya and Suguru Iwasaki and Kensei Terashima and Pedro Baptista de Castro and Takenori Numazawa and Yoshihiko Takano},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2019}
}
We report the fabrication of ErAl2 magnetocaloric wires by a powder-in-tube method (PIT) and the evaluation of magnetic entropy change through magnetization measurements. The magnetic entropy change of ErAl2 PIT wires exhibits similar behavior to the bulk counterpart, while its magnitude is reduced by the decrease in the volume fraction of ErAl2 due to the surrounding non-magnetic sheaths. We find that another effect reduces the magnetic entropy change of the ErAl2 PIT wires around the Curie… 
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