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Pop, Viorel

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Works: 23 works in 29 publications in 3 languages and 46 library holdings
Roles: Author, 958, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Editor
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Most widely held works by Viorel Pop
New trends in advanced materials : dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Prof. Emil Burzo by Emil Burzo( Book )

4 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Frittage et évolution de la microstructure au cours des traitements thermiques d'aimants NdFeB : influence sur les propriétés magnétiques. by Brice Hugonnet( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les aimants NdFeB sont les aimants les plus puissants que l'on peut trouver actuellement sur le marché. Leurs propriétés exceptionnelles proviennent des propriétés intrinsèques de la phase Nd2Fe14B mais également de la microstructure imposée par le mode d'élaboration. Ces aimants sont généralement réalisés par frittage avec phase liquide à partir d'une poudre monocristalline préalablement orientée sous champ magnétique. Cette voie permet d'obtenir une microstructure à grains fin découplés magnétiquement les uns des autres par une fine couche de phase riche en néodyme, dont la distribution est optimisée après un recuit à une température donnée. Pour une utilisation dans des moteurs et générateur électriques, il est courant d'ajouter du dysprosium pour conserver une coercitivité suffisante à la température de fonctionnement. Mais ce gain de coercitivité se fait au détriment de l'induction rémanente et du coût de l'aimant de par la rareté du dysprosium. Il est donc nécessaire de pouvoir s'affranchir de son utilisation par une meilleure compréhension des liens entre le procédé d'élaboration et la microstructure du matériau, afin d'optimiser les propriétés magnétiques finales.Cette thèse s'intéresse tout d'abord au frittage d'aimants NdFeB pour une nuance du commerce et donc fortement alliée. La forte anisotropie de retrait lors de la densification n'est pas clairement expliquée dans la littérature et son interprétation peut apporter un éclairage sur les propriétés magnétiques. Le frittage a ainsi été étudié à l'aide d'essais de dilatométrie dans la direction d'orientation de la poudre ainsi que dans la direction transverse. Le frittage a également été interrompu à différents moments et la microstructure analysée. Des analyses d'images ont permis de comprendre, à l'aide d'un modèle analytique du frittage, qu'une partie de l'anisotropie de retrait s'expliquait par une distribution anisotrope des surfaces de contact entre les grains de poudre, issue de l'étape d'orientation sous champ. Cette analyse a été confirmée par des simulations par éléments discrets.Le deuxième volet de la thèse s'intéresse au rôle des éléments d'alliage les plus couramment rencontrés dans les aimants hors dysprosium. Le rôle de l'aluminium, du cobalt et du cuivre sur les propriétés magnétiques a été examiné en étudiant une vingtaine de compositions simplifiées avec des quantités d'éléments d'alliage voisines des valeurs que l'on retrouve dans les aimants du commerce. Les différents échantillons ont été recuits à des températures déduites d'essais DSC. Les résultats montrent que ces trois éléments d'alliage agissent de manière croisée sur la coercitivité. Au-delà de la mesure de coercitivité, l'évolution de la forme de la courbe de désaimantation en fonction de la composition et de la température de recuit apporte des informations importantes sur l'action des éléments d'alliage sur la microstructure
Geotehnică şi fundaţii by Marin Păunescu( Book )

2 editions published between 1982 and 1993 in Romanian and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Synthèse et caractérisation des composés de type Pb(V1-xMx)O3, (M = Ti, Fe) by Alexandru Okos( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recently, multiferroic compounds attracted huge interest due to their unique properties which make such materials very interesting for real life applications, from capacitors, sensors and actuators to computer memory devices. PbVO3 is a very promising material. It is isostructural with PbTiO3 which is a very well known and studied ferroelectric material and it also contains vanadium ions which carry a 1/2 spin so magnetic ordering can be expected. However, no sign of magnetic ordering could be observed which raises the following questions:1) why is PbVO3 not magnetic? and2) could it be tuned so that it becomes magnetic?The objective of the project was to provide some answer to the above questions by studying the synthesis and investigating of the physical properties of the Pb(V,M)O3, M = Ti, Fe potentially multiferroic oxides.We prepared two kinds of samples, polycrystalline and single crystals. The polycrystalline batch is larger containing two series, the titanium series and the iron series with the chemical compositions as follows.PbV1-xTixO3 with x = 0, 0.1, 0.25, 0.5 0.6, 0.75, 0.8, 1PbV1-xFexO3 with x = 0.1, 0.25, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.55, 0.6 0.65, 0.75Single crystals were prepared only in the form of clean PbVO3 in which no substitution was attempted.The structure and the physical properties of the samples were studied and an attempt was made to correlate the results and try to formulate a model which could explain the intriguing and often apparently contradicting behaviours of our compounds. The present work discusses the results obtained during the study and attempts to shed some light on the subject, without asserting that it reaches a final and definitive conclusion.The work is structured on five chapters.The first chapter reviews the fundamental concepts of the physics behind the multiferroic compounds, emphasizing the exotic properties / phenomena that are connected to our compounds. The first chapter also deals with the data already published in literature for PbVO3 and some substitution compounds.The second chapter describes the experimental methods and investigation techniques used during the study.The third chapter presents the preparation methods, the high pressure - high temperature equipments employed and the reaction conditions required for the synthesis of PbVO3 (and the substitution counterparts). The discussion continues with the first investigations and results which are concerned with phase purity.The fourth chapter discusses with somewhat greater details the structural properties of the samples.The fifth chapter deals with the magnetic and dielectric properties of the potentially multiferroic Pb(V1-xMx)O3 compounds.Since the physical properties of these materials are strongly dependent on the structure of the samples, the chapters intertwine at times, in each chapter results from the other chapters being mentioned and some redundancy is thus unavoidable. The measurements of X-Ray absorption form the core of the work as these measurements confirmed the oxidation states of the B site cations (where the substitution takes places). From these observations almost the entire set of structural and physical properties can be explained. The substitution with titanium is thus shown to be isovalent which leads to the formation of the PbVO3-PbTiO3 solid solution and the dilution of the magnetic network of PbVO3. On the other hand the substitution with iron is not isovalent and therefore the solid solution PbVO3-PbFeO3 (the latter compound was never reported) stops at x = 0.5. The disorder caused by the iron substitution leads to the formation of spin glass like magnetic states and ferroelectric relaxor states on these compounds
Matériaux magnétiques doux Fe-Si de hautes performances obtenus par mécanosynthèse by Cristina Daniela Stanciu( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fe-Si alloys are known for combining excellent magnetic properties with good electric characteristics (high resistivity). In this context we sought to develop materials with a relatively high Si content, often difficult to obtain and shape industrially.In this thesis, soft magnetic Fe-Si alloys with high Si content (4.5, 6.5, 10 and 15 wt. %) were successfully obtained in nanocrystalline state by mechanical alloying and annealing. The formation of the alloy was studied by X-ray and neutron diffraction, Mossbauer spectroscopy and thermomagnetic analysis. DSC technique was used in order to study the powder's thermal stability. Magnetisation measurements were also made in order to characterise their magnetic performances. The milling duration necessary for the formation of the alloy was determined for each Si content. For low milling times, annealing leads to the formation of the Fe3Si compound. Once the alloy is formed by mechanical milling, the effect of the annealing is only to reduce the second order stress induced in the powder by the milling process. Si addition leads to the decrease of the alloy's Curie temperature from 770 °C for pure Fe to 725 °C for a 4.5 wt. % Si and down to 550 °C if the Si content increases to 15 wt. %. For low milling times, a gap between the magnetisation of the as-milled alloy and of the milled and subsequently annealed one is due to the formation of the Fe3Si compound during annealing which has a lower magnetisation than that of the [alpha]Fe (Si) solid solution. For longer milling durations, annealing at 400 °C for 4 hours has no effect on the saturation magnetisation value. By increasing the Si content, the Fe-Si alloy's saturation magnetisation decreases.Fe-Ni alloys whose composition is close to Ni3Fe (commonly known as Permalloys) have better magnetic properties, but a resistivity well inferior to that of Fe-Si alloys. Therefore, a combination of the properties of these 2 alloy classes of soft magnetic materials into a composite seems to be an attractive route. The previously obtained Fe-Si alloys were used for the preparation of Permalloy/Fe-Si composite powders by mechanical milling. Milling leads to the formation of composite powder particles with a stratified aspect. Milling of the Fe-Si and Ni3Fe alloys for 4 hours does not lead to the formation of new phases, but a subsequent annealing at 900 °C results in the formation of a Ni-Fe-Si alloy. Saturation magnetisation of the composite increases with increasing of the Fe-Si content, but milling duration seems to have no effect on it.A preliminary study was made on the elaboration of Ni3Fe/Fe-Si composite compacts obtained by spark plasma sintering, aiming to preserve the nanocrystalline state by lower sintering temperatures. The influence of the sintering temperature and temperature holding duration on the structure, density, resistivity and magnetic properties of the compacts is discussed. Temperatures of up to 750 °C for minimal holding duration or a maintain at the temperature of 700 °C for a duration of up to 2 minutes does not lead to a diffusion of the alloys' elements. Increasing of the sintering temperature or duration leads to larger crystallite sizes, but they remain in the nano domain for the studied temperatures. The compacts' density increases with temperature and sintering duration. Resistivity, on the other hand decreases when increasing the aforementioned parameters. The effect of the Fe-Si content is to decrease the density and at the same time increase the compacts' resistivity. Magnetic permeability is reduced with increasing sintering temperature and duration, as well as when decreasing of the Ni3Fe content. High temperature and long maintaining duration leads to an increase of magnetic losses. Coercive field is also influenced by sintering parameters by the effect they have on the crystallite size
Propriétés structurales et magnétiques de composés intermétalliques à base de terres rares, cobalt et métalloïdes by Ancuţa-Ioana Laslo( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this work we have evaluated the effect of the partial substitution of cobalt with non-magnetic p-type elements (M) on the structural and magnetic properties of RCo5 compounds. The samples were prepared by alloying in an induction furnace and were characterized using various experimental techniques: X-ray and neutron diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, magnetometry, AC susceptometry and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.All of the studied RCo5-xMx compounds (R=Pr, Sm, Tb, Er and Tm; M=Si, Ge, Al and Ga; x=0.5 and x=1) maintain the CaCu5 crystal structure of the RCo5 compounds, however the lattice parameters are modified due to the presence of M elements. The thermal stability range of the RCo5-xMx phases is modified significantly due to the Co site substitutions. The thermal stability increases for Al and Ga substitutions and decreases when M is Si or Ge. The M atoms were found to preferentially occupy the Co 3g site. The solubility of Ge and Si in the RCo5 structure is inferior to that of metalloid elements with one less electron, such as Al and Ga. The M/Co substitution has an important influence on the magnetic properties of RCo5 compounds. The ordering temperature and the spontaneous magnetization are significantly reduced after the partial substitution of cobalt by the metalloid elements. These changes are induced in particular by the evolutions of the Co-Co exchange interactions and also by the reduction of the Co magnetization due to the sensitivity of Co to the local atomic and magnetic vicinity. The easy magnetization direction at room temperature is preserved along the c-axis for all of the studied samples. In several RCo5-xMx (R = Sm, Er and Tm) compounds the substitution of Co with M atoms changes the coercivity mechanism compared to RCo5. A higher coercivity was found at low temperatures, especially for SmCo4Al and SmCo4Ga compounds, which also show huge values of the anisotropy field, well above the ones found in SmCo5.The XPS measurements on RCo5-xMx compounds show a reduction of the density of states at the Fermi level compared to the RCo5 compounds. There is a filling of the Co 3d band following the M/Co substitution, leading to a lower Co moment
Bobâlna : studiu monografic by Viorel Pop( Book )

2 editions published in 2003 in Romanian and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proprietăţi fizice ale compuşilor pamânturilor-rare cu metale de tranziţie 3d : rezumatul tezei de doctorat by Viorel Pop( Book )

2 editions published in 1993 in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fizica materialelor : metode experimentale by Viorel Pop( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Effect of Nanodefects Induced bz 4F Elements on Dissipative Processes in Sintered Superconductors( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

BPU-3 Programme and abstracts by General conference of the Balkan Physical Union( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Management, economie şi dezvoltare regională durabilă by Viorel Pop( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Modelarea si optimizarea proceselor metalurgice by Viorel Pop( Book )

1 edition published in 1994 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Microstructure Evolution of (Pr,Dy)2Fe14B( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Proprietăţile fizice ale metalelor şi aliajelor : [curs] by Viorel Pop( Book )

1 edition published in 1997 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Management şi dezvoltare by Cecilia Pop( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Modernizare, mondializare, globalizare( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Geotehnică şi fundaţii( Book )

1 edition published in 1993 in Romanian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Magnetic and Structural Properties of SmCo Prepared by DC Magnetron Sputtering( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Electrical Resistivity and Excess of Conductivity in Bulk (Bi-Pb)2223 Superconductors( )

1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Pop, V.

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Romanian (13)

English (10)

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