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  • Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts

Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts

Who Discovered Magnets and Other Rare Facts We all know that magnets attract iron particles. We have seen fridge magnets, other decorative articles, and even some toys that use magnets. We have heard of the applications of magnetism in daily life. But have we thought of who must have discovered magnets and when? Who [...]

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Permanent magnetic wheel system for water-jetting wall-climbing robot

Permanent magnetic wheel system for water-jetting wall-climbing robot Design of permanent magnetic wheel-type adhesion-locomotion system for water-jetting wall-climbing robot Regular surface-maintenances are necessary for high structures to increase service life. The traditional manual operation has shortcomings like limited maneuverability, poor operating quality, low operating efficiency, and high risk of physical harm, which makes it urgent [...]

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  • 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 [...]

  • How to Remagnetize Magnets

How to Remagnetize Magnets

How to Remagnetize Magnets Steel or ceramic magnets that have been stored incorrectly, dropped repeatedly or are simply old may lose their magnetic properties. For optimal results when it comes to rejuvenating these magnets, touch one pole to the opposite pole of a neodymium magnet. Obtain the Materials Obtain a neodymium magnet, which is made [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Programmable Magnets polymagnets

Programmable Magnets

Programmed magnets, Programmable Magnets, polymagnets, Correlated magnet pairs, Programmable Magnetized Magnet Programmable Magnets, Programmed magnets, or polymagnets are magnetic structures that incorporate correlated patterns of magnets with alternating polarity, designed to achieve a desired behavior and deliver stronger local force. By varying the magnetic fields and strengths, different mechanical behaviors can be controlled. Correlated magnet [...]

  • Apple using recycled rare earth elements in iPhone 11 Taptic Engine

Apple using recycled rare earth elements in iPhone 11 Taptic Engine

Apple using recycled rare earth elements in iPhone 11 Taptic Engine Apple is using recycled rare earth elements in the Taptic Engine Magnets of the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, according to Apple's Vice President of environment, policy, and social initiatives Lisa Jackson. The term "rare earth" refers to a set of 17 [...]

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