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  • AI Magnets - Researchers have developed a process to use magnetics with brain

AI Magnets – Magnets can help AI get closer to the efficiency of the human brain

AI Magnets - Magnets can help AI get closer to the efficiency of the human brain AI Magnets - Researchers have developed a process to use magnetics with brain-like networks to program and teach devices such as personal robots, self-driving cars and drones to better generalize about different objects. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch [...]

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  • The Need Information for Customization Magnets

The Need Information for Customization Magnets

The Need Information for Customization Magnets In order Customization Magnets for us to effectively provide information and save your time, when you send customized inquiries, it is advisable that you provide the following information: 1.Material The magnet materials we offer include NdFeB, SmCo, Ferrite, Alnico, flexible magnets and so on. Please first confirm what kind [...]

  • Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets

Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets NdFeB Magnets made of MPCO NEODYM Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent Magnets for Highest Energy Density Requirements Permanent Magnets made of NEODYM with various coatings Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets made of MPCO have the highest energy density available today. NEODYM alloys are anisotropic material grades. Our NEODYM Alloys made of Neodymium-Iron-Boron Rare-Earth NdFeB Permanent [...]

  • Difference Between Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism

Difference Between Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism

Here's the Actual Difference Between Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism Paramagnetism and diamagnetism are two distinct types of magnetic properties exhibited by the different elements in nature. Here, we shall learn more about each of them, and find out how they differ from one another. Levitation! The Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, conducted experiments where water and [...]

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  • Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials

Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials

Nanocomposite Permanent Magnet Materials Nanocomposite permanent magnet materials, combining magnetically hard and soft phases in nanoscale, is a new permanent magnetic material. Compared with traditional permanent magnetic material, nanocomposite lowers rare earth content and cost, exhibits high coercivity of hard magnetic phase and high saturation magnetization of soft magnetics phase, upgrades in temperature stability, heat [...]

  • CHARACTERISATION Magnetic Materials Measurements

Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements

Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements FULL CHARACTERISATIONS OF Hard And Soft Magnetic Materials Measurements - Full characterisation of a vast range of hard and soft magnetic materials, from room temperature to high temperature. In soft ferromagnetic material, we can observe all the magnetic properties even on finished samples, such as rotating machine stators or [...]

  • Magnetizing System for Permanent Magnets

Magnetizing

Magnetizing or Magnetization In magnetizing the magnetic domains inside of a magnet are aligned with the magnetizing field. If the magnetizing field strength is high enough, all the domains will be aligned and the magnet is said to be magnetized to saturation. Magnetizing to saturation is usually recommended as only then are the magnetic properties [...]

  • Magnetic Measurements

Magnetic Measurements

Magnetic Measurements Magnetic Measurements For measuring of the fundamental magnetic properties of a material (Br, bHc, iHc, BHmax, demagnetisation curve), Hysteresisgraph or BH-tracker is used. A BH-tracker consists of an iron (usually FeCo) yoke to form a closed circuit, electromagnets to create the demagnetizing field and fluxmeters to determine the demagnetizing field and the materials [...]

  • High Temperatures Rare Earth Magnet Heat

How Much Temperatures Can be Rare Earth Magnet Heat?

How Much Temperatures Can be Rare Earth Magnet Heat? Neodymium Magnet Damage From High Temperatures If a Neodymium Rare Earth Tube Magnet is put into a red-hot fire, then it would not be surprising if the magnetic properties are destroyed. However, what if the same Tube Magnet is just exposed to steam being flushed through [...]

  • Magnetic Simulation

Magnetic Simulation

Magnetic Simulation Magnetic simulation is the perfect design tool while approaching a complicated magnetic problem. With our know how, it can be used to achieve high level magnetic design. We can simulate and calculate special magnetic arrays, magnetic force (for example if you need a very unified magnetic field), torque and many more parameters. [...]

  • GBD SINTERED NFFEB MAGNETS – GRAIN BOUNDARY DIFFUSION Technology

GBD SINTERED NFFEB MAGNETS – GRAIN BOUNDARY DIFFUSION Technology

GBD SINTERED NFFEB MAGNETS – GRAIN BOUNDARY DIFFUSION Technology GBD sintered ndfeb magnets are an environmentally friendly solution. One of the main topics in global permanent magnet research is the reduction of HRE, without degrading the performance of NdFeB permanent magnets, but rather improving them. A promising approach to achieve this goal is the grain [...]

  • Permanent Magnet Stability

Permanent Magnet Stability

Permanent Magnet Stability The ability of a permanent magnet to support an external magnetic field results from small magnetic domains “locked” in position by crystal anisotropy within the magnet material. Once established by initial magnetization, these positions are held until acted upon by forces exceeding those that lock the domains. The energy required to disturb [...]