A molded-type coil is prepared by filling and dry pressing granulated alloy magnetic powders directly onto enameled wire. As the molded-type coil is developed toward miniaturization, the granules consisting of magnetic powder and organic binder cannot uniformly fill the small space in the coil center column during molding. This leads to a porous microstructure or cracks. In this study, magnetic alloy powder coils were prepared using a screen-printing process using high-solid-content magnetic pastes. The magnetic powder was surface-modified with titanate coupling agent to improve the magnetic powder and epoxy resin compatibility, thereby improving magnetic powder mixing with epoxy resin and reducing the high solid content magnetic paste viscosity. The experimental results showed that the relative density and magnetic properties (such initial permeability, core loss, and coercivity) can be significantly enhanced using titanate coupling agent surface modification.
|頁（從 - 到）||1800-1807|
|期刊||Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics|
|出版狀態||Published - 2021 1月|
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