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  • New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet

New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet

New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet MAHLE's new, inexpensive and efficient EV motor does not use magnets. Magnets usually made of rare earth metals such as neodymium are found in the heart of most electric vehicles. Having a permanent strong rare earth magnetic field in the rotor is a good choice, because using a [...]

  • Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola

Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola

Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola Producer of :Neodymium and praseodymium Project Type :Open-pit Location :Angola Longonjo neodymium-praseodymium project is an open-pit mine producing neodymium and praseodymium located in the African nation of Angola. Pensana Metals fully owns the project and is developing it at a capital cost of £168.4m ($131m). Pre-feasibility study (PFS) of the [...]

By |July 20th, 2021|Element, Magnetic News, Mining, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium, Neodymium Magnets, Praseodymium, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Export, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on Longonjo Neodymium-Praseodymium Project of Angola
  • The Longonjo NdFeB Project

The Longonjo NdFeB Project

The Longonjo NdFeB Project The development of mineral reserves in Longonjo, Huambo Province, may begin in early 2022. The province has 23 billion tons of raw ore and is called "rare land." The project is a partnership between the Angolan company Ferrangol-EP and Pensana, Australia. The project will create 450 direct jobs, 50% of which [...]

By |July 18th, 2021|Magnetic News, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Export, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on The Longonjo NdFeB Project
  • Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions What is Rare Earth? Rare earth is an ore primarily mined in China. Rare earth is the source of 17 elements listed on the periodic table as Lanthanides. Two of those elements Neodymium and Samarium are the magnets namesakes that are derived from the rare earth ore. Both Neodymium (Nd) [...]

  • Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets

Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets

Rare Earth and Non-Rare Earth Magnets The Differences Between Like in most subjects if you learn the terminology you have at least a consumer level knowledge that will get you to the types, shapes & strength magnets you are looking for. Rare Earth Magnets at MPCO Magnetics Ceramic (non Rare Earth) Magnets at  MPCO Magnetics There [...]

  • Neodymium Past, Present & Near Future

Neodymium Past, Present & Near Future

Neodymium Past, Present & Near Future Neodymium is a glistening silvery-yellow metal. It's quite responsive and quickly tarnishes in the atmosphere and the coat of corrosion formed doesn't protect the metal from further oxidation, so it must be kept away from contact with air. It reacts slowly with cold water and quickly with hot. Neodymium [...]

  • Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths Recently, the international topic on rare earths has increased significantly. Rare earth is a strategic material that is widely used in military, industrial, agricultural and other industries. It is an important support for the manufacture of new materials and an important resource related to national defense and security. It [...]

  • Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals Have you ever wondered if you can recycle magnets? Previously, old magnets could not be recycled to reuse the rare earth metals inside them, but new methods have been developed that have made it worthwhile to reuse the material inside magnets. Magnets made with rare earth metals are used [...]

  • The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry Cerium, for one, is not a useable component of current permanent magnet creation, but nonetheless is critical to the health of the industry. However, the way established markets run for rare earth metals, sister minerals mined must be a significant factor when calculating [...]

By |March 10th, 2021|Cerium, Element, Magnet News, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Neodymium, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earths, Samarium|Comments Off on The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry
  • Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans

Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans?

Are Permanent NdFeB Magnet Harmful to Humans? Many industries need to use permanent NdFeB magnet for a long time. They are permanent magnets and have strong magnetic properties. The safety of use is also very critical. It must be operated by professional staff to avoid problems. But after all, such magnets contain a lot of [...]

  • 3D-printed Permanent Magnets

3D-printed Permanent Magnets Outperform Conventional Versions

3D-printed Permanent Magnets Outperform Conventional Versions OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Nov. 1, 2016—Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated that permanent magnets produced by additive manufacturing can outperform bonded magnets made using traditional techniques while conserving critical materials. This isotropic, neodymium-iron-boron bonded permanent magnet was 3D-printed at DOE’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility [...]

  • The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB

The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB

The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB Sintered neodymium iron boron, as its name suggests, is an alloy material consisting of Nd2Fe14B, a compound consisting of three elements: neodymium Nd, iron Fe, and boron B. But sintered neodymium iron boron is not a single phase. .1Fe4B4 phase) and Nd-rich phase (also known [...]

By |December 16th, 2020|Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic News, Magnetic Principle, Magnetic Science, MPCO Magnetics News, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths, Sintered NdFeB|Comments Off on The Role of Samarium and Other Elements in Sintered NdFeB