Wirenet.org Header Logo
Home
Login
My Information
My Membership
Chapter Directory
Committee Directory
Request Information
Upcoming Events
WAI Store
New Membership | Subscriptions | Packages | Books | Tech Papers | Media | Other Products | Events | Donations

Application of microscope techniques in the magnet wire industry

$ 0.00 - Tech. Paper #P05090 (Member Price)
$ 15.00 - Tech. Paper #P05090 (List Price)
We're sorry, but there is no inventory for the product you selected. Check out these other great products:

Related Items

15.00
Description

By René Garza-García, Javier Solis-Rodríguez and Sergio Peña-Rojas, Magnekon, S.A. de C.V., Mexico
2004
 
Copper and enamel come together in magnet wire by means of the enameling process and conform to a composite of a wide range of applications in bobbins, motors and transformers. The copper and enamel characterization by traditional techniques based on their physical properties seems not to be enough to forecast the behavior of both materials in the process of magnet wire manufacturing. This paper examines the use of the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) in the analysis of copper and enamel respectively.
  
 
Downloadable PDFThis product is only available as a downloadable pdf document.