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  • How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets?

How Does Temperature Affect Magnetism of Magnets? - Magnets are used in daily life. They’re used in manufacturing, automobiles, security systems and electronics devices. Even the earth itself is a magnet. How does temperature affect the magnetism of magnets? To understand temperature effects, we need to look at the atomic structure of the elements that [...]

  • Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures

Are Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures?

Are Magnets Still Effective Under Extreme Temperatures? Want to know if your magnet will function properly under extreme temperatures? Read our blog or give us a call today to find out. Temperature has a variety of effects on magnetic materials Our customers are always curious about the effect temperature has on the magnets they need. [...]

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  • 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 [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Magnetostrictive-Sensor-Parts

How do magnetostrictive sensors work?

How do magnetostrictive sensors work? When a ferromagnetic material — such as iron, nickel, or cobalt — is subjected to an external magnetic field, the magnetic domains within the material align, creating internal stresses that cause the material’s shape or dimensions to change. This phenomenon is referred to as magnetostriction. Conversely, when a magenetostrictive material [...]

By |October 27th, 2018|Magnetic News|Comments Off on How do magnetostrictive sensors work?
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