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  • Permanent Magnets for Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Motors

Permanent Magnets for Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Motors

Permanent Magnets for Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Motors It's hardly surprising that electric and hybrid car' motors differ significantly from typical internal-combustion engines. The rare-earth magnets that help power electric and hybrid vehicles can be rather complex to fabricate, despite having fewer moving parts. We specialize in permanent magnets and their numerous applications here at [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • The Many Types of EV Motors

The Many Types of EV Motors

The Many Types of EV Motors Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming a popular green alternative to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, the dominant driver for over 100 years. EVs operate via an electric motor powered by battery energy. There are various types of motors used for EVs. This article takes a look under the hood [...]

By |November 24th, 2020|Automotive, Learning Resources, Magnet Applications, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic News, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Science, Motors|Comments Off on The Many Types of EV Motors
  • University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility The University of Birmingham has been awarded £4m to set up a pilot facility to recycle rare earth metals from scrap. The pilot facility, based at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, will focus on recycling magnets made from neodymium, boron and iron – metals often found [...]

By |October 12th, 2019|Automotive, Computer Components, Home, Magnet News, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic Technology, Motors, NdFeB, Neodymium Magnets, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility
  • Mkango Announces Proposed Investment in HyProMag to Establish a Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Facility in the UK

HyProMag Establish a Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Facility in the UK

Mkango Announces Proposed Investment in HyProMag to Establish a Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Facility in the UK LONDON and VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) (the "Company" or "Mkango") is pleased to announce that Maginito Limited (“Maginito”), has signed an investment term sheet and one year exclusivity [...]

  • New Zealand abundant reserves of rare earths and lithium

New Zealand’s abundant reserves of rare earths and lithium are called “green minerals”

New Zealand's abundant reserves of rare earths and lithium are called "green minerals" A recent study found that Taupō and West Coast in New Zealand may have abundant rare earths. Because the minerals contained in this mineral can be used to make key components for electric vehicles and wind turbines, they are also called "green [...]

By |June 20th, 2018|Mining, Rare Earth Export, Rare Earth News, Rare Earths|Comments Off on New Zealand’s abundant reserves of rare earths and lithium are called “green minerals”
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