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Texture Development in Permanent Magnetic Materials via Thermomechanical Processing

posted on 03.12.2018, 01:53 authored by LUKE SAMUEL BESLEY
This thesis investigates and develops novel manufacturing processes suited towards improving the performance of newer generations of permanent magnet compounds, which contain a lower amount of critical rare earth elements, presenting both cost and resource savings. These findings could help facilitate the upscaling and industry-scale manufacturing of these novel compounds.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Kiyonori Suzuki

Additional supervisor 1

Andrey Molotnikov

Additional supervisor 2

Chris Davies

Additional supervisor 3

Akira Kato

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Materials Science and Engineering


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Engineering