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International Standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
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NORMEINTERNATIONALE
CEIIEC
INTERNATIONALSTANDARD
60404-1
Deuxième éditionSecond edition2000-08
Matériaux magnétiques –Partie 1:ClassificationMagnetic materials –Part 1:Classification
Commission Electrotechnique InternationaleInternational Electrotechnical Commission
Pour prix, voir catalogue en vigueur For price, see current catalogue
IEC 2000 Droits de reproduction réservés
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Copyright - all rights reserved
 Aucune partie de cette publication ne peut être reproduite niutilisée sous quelque forme que ce soit et par aucun procédé,électronique ou mécanique, y compris la photocopie et lesmicrofilms, sans l'accord écrit de l'éditeur.No part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized inany form or by any means, electronic or mechanical,including photocopying and microfilm, without permission inwriting from the publisher.
International Electrotechnical Commission3, rue de Varembé Geneva, SwitzerlandTelefax: +41 22 919 0300e-mail: inmail@iec.ch IEC web site http://www.iec.chCODE PRIXPRICE CODE
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CEI:2000
SOMMAIRE
Pages
 AVANT-PROPOS...................................................................................................................8
 Articles
1Généralités.....................................................................................................................101.1Domaine d’application et objet...............................................................................101.2Références normatives..........................................................................................101.3Définitions.............................................................................................................122Mariaux magnétiques doux (coercitivi
1 kA/m).........................................................142.1Classe A Fers.....................................................................................................142.1.1Généralités................................................................................................142.1.2Caractéristiques physiques.........................................................................142.1.3Applications principales..............................................................................162.2Classe B – Aciers doux à faible teneur en carbone.................................................162.2.1Classe B.1 Produits massifs....................................................................162.2.2Classe B.2 – Produits plats........................................................................182.3Classe C – Aciers au silicium.................................................................................222.3.1Classe C.1 – Produits massifs....................................................................222.3.2Classe C.2 Produits plats........................................................................242.4Classe D – Autres types d'aciers............................................................................362.4.1Classe D.1 – Produits massifs....................................................................362.4.2Classe D.2 Produits plats........................................................................422.4.3Classe D.3 – Aciers inoxydables.................................................................442.5Classe E Alliages fer-nickel.................................................................................482.5.1Classe E.1 – Teneur en nickel comprise entre 72 % et 83 %.......................482.5.2Classe E.2 – Teneur en nickel comprise entre 54 % et 68 %.......................522.5.3Classe E.3 – Teneur en nickel comprise entre 45 % et 50 %.......................542.5.4Classe E.4 – Teneur en nickel comprise entre 35 % et 40 %.......................582.5.5Classe E.5 – Teneur en nickel comprise entre 29 % et 33 %.......................602.6Classe F Alliages fer-cobalt.................................................................................622.6.1Classe F.1 – Teneur en cobalt comprise entre 47 % et 50 %.......................622.6.2Classe F.2 – Teneur en cobalt de 35 %......................................................662.6.3Classe F.3 – Teneur en cobalt entre 23 % et 27 %......................................682.7Classe G Autres alliages.....................................................................................702.7.1Classe G.1 – Alliages fer-aluminium...........................................................702.7.2Classe G.2 – Alliages fer-aluminium-silicium..............................................722.8Classe H – Matériaux magnétiques doux obtenus par les techniques dela métallurgie des poudres.....................................................................................742.8.1Classe H.1 Ferrites doux.........................................................................742.8.2Classe H.2 – Matériaux magnétiques doux frittés........................................782.8.3Classe H.3 – Poudres composites..............................................................802.9Classe I – Matériaux magnétiques doux amorphes.................................................822.9.1Classe I.1 – Alliages à base fer..................................................................822.9.2Classe I.2 – Alliages à base cobalt.............................................................842.9.3Classe I.3 – Alliages à base nickel.............................................................88
 
60404-1
IEC:20003
CONTENTS
Page
FOREWORD..........................................................................................................................9
Clause
1General...........................................................................................................................111.1Scope and object...................................................................................................111.2Normative references.............................................................................................111.3Definitions.............................................................................................................132Magnetically soft materials (coercivity
1 kA/m)...............................................................152.1Class A Irons......................................................................................................152.1.1General......................................................................................................152.1.2Physical characteristics..............................................................................152.1.3Main applications.......................................................................................172.2Class B – Low carbon mild steels...........................................................................172.2.1Class B.1 – Bulk material...........................................................................172.2.2Class B.2 – Flat material............................................................................192.3Class C Silicon steels..........................................................................................232.3.1Class C.1 – Bulk material...........................................................................232.3.2Class C.2 – Flat material............................................................................252.4Class D Other steels...........................................................................................372.4.1Class D.1 – Bulk material...........................................................................372.4.2Class D.2 – Flat material............................................................................432.4.3Class D.3 – Stainless steels.......................................................................452.5Class E Nickel-iron alloys....................................................................................492.5.1Class E.1 – Nickel content 72 % to 83 %....................................................492.5.2Class E.2 – Nickel content 54 % to 68 %....................................................532.5.3Class E.3 – Nickel content 45 % to 50 %....................................................552.5.4Class E.4 – Nickel content 35 % to 40 %....................................................592.5.5Class E.5 – Nickel content 29 % to 33 %....................................................612.6Class F Iron-cobalt alloys....................................................................................632.6.1Class F.1 – Cobalt content 47 % to 50 %....................................................632.6.2Class F.2 – Cobalt content 35 %.................................................................672.6.3Class F.3 – Cobalt content 23 % to 27 %....................................................692.7Class G Other alloys...........................................................................................712.7.1Class G.1 – Aluminium-iron alloys..............................................................712.7.2Class G.2 – Aluminium-silicon-iron alloys...................................................732.8Class H – Magnetically soft materials made by powder metallurgical techniques.....752.8.1Class H.1 – Soft ferrites.............................................................................752.8.2Class H.2 – Magnetically soft sintered materials.........................................792.8.3Class H.3 – Powder composites.................................................................812.9Class I – Amorphous soft magnetic materials.........................................................832.9.1Class I.1 – Iron-based alloys......................................................................832.9.2Class I.2 – Cobalt-based alloys..................................................................852.9.3Class I.3 – Nickel-based alloys...................................................................89

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