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  • Magnetic Losses of magnetic materials

Magnetic Losses

Magnetic Losses Reversible Magnetic losses are normal behavior for all magnetic materials. As the remanence of the all the magnetic materials decreases with increasing temperature, the temperature coefficient is negative, it is to be expected that the magnetic field of a magnet also will decrease with an increase of the temperature. However, this decrease of [...]

  • Magnet vs Polymagnet

Differentiate Your Product Design with Polymagnets

Differentiate Your Product Design with Polymagnets For products that can truly stand out in the crowd, Correlated Magnetics Research has developed a patented technology called Polymagnets. Product designers can tune the feel of a magnetic feature to evoke a specific emotional response with a sophisticated tactile feel in their product. Polymagnets are the only tunable [...]

  • Hard Magnetic Materials

Hard Magnetic Materials

Hard Magnetic Materials Magnetic materials can produce magnetic fields, which generate forces attracting or repelling ferromagnetic materials and other magnets. Magnetic material can be divided into soft and hard magnets. Soft magnets are those materials easy to magnetize and demagnetize, while hard magnets are difficult to do so and retain strong magnetism after the removal [...]

  • Magnetic Alloys

Magnetic Alloys

Magnetic Alloys Magnetic alloys are alloys engineered to have special magnetic properties. Permalloy Permalloy is the term for a nickel iron magnetic alloy. Generically, it refers to an alloy with about 20% iron and 80% nickel content. Permalloy has a high magnetic permeability, low coercivity, near zero magnetostriction, and significant anisotropic magnetoresistance. The low magnetostriction [...]

  • Mounting Magnets

Mounting Magnets

Mounting magnets are comprised of powerful permanent magnets set inside steel cups or channels with countersunk holes or threaded features for holding applications. The steel structure redirects the magnetic field from the back-side of the magnet, making it much more stronger in terms of pull force, and protects the magnetic material from damage during use. [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • DRONE MOTOR PERFORMANCE FACTORS

DRONE MOTOR PERFORMANCE FACTORS

DRONE MOTOR PERFORMANCE FACTORS / quadcopter motor factors KV - Velocity Constant Theoreticly KV represents the speed at which the motor rotates for every volt applied to the motor. For example if a motor is 2300kv with a 3S quadcopter battery motor applied to its ends then the motor will spin at 2600x12.60 =32,760 rpm [...]

  • Plastic Bonded Pressed Magnets

Plastic Bonded Pressed Magnets

Plastic Bonded Pressed Magnets / Plastic Bonded Magnets Plastic bonded pressed magnets are the result of the union between thermoplastic binders and permanent magnet powders, and can be made in isotropic or anisotropic qualities. Pressed magnets are magnetic products manufactured with high precision and tailored for each application. Type of material Magnetic powders: ferrite or [...]

  • Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals 1 They’re Not That Rare. Most of the rare earth metals really aren’t that rare. Cerium (Ce) is the most abundant rare earth metal, followed by Lanthanum (La), and then Neodymium (Nd). Cerium, Lanthanum and Neodymium are all more abundant than Lead (Pb). 2 It’s actually [...]

  • Orientated Magnets Direction

Orientated Magnets Direction

Orientated Magnets Direction, Direction of orientation For ‘Orientated Magnets Direction / direction of orientation’ it is understood the position of the magnetic cristals in a specific direction. In the correct direction, the magnet reaches its magnetic values and thus, should be magnetized in this direction. The direction of orientation is achieved by exposing the magnetic [...]