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  • Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets

Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets

Standards and Requirements for Using NdFeB Magnets Neodymium iron boron magnets are particularly strong in magnetism. The first thing to do is to prevent hands or other parts of the body from being clamped by the magnets. More attention should be paid to safety for large-scale strong magnetism. Do not place strong magnets near electronic [...]

  • Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets

Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets

Concentration Problem of Powerful Strong Magnets One of the daily tasks in the overall planning of the equivalent circuit of a strong magnet is to drive the magnetic flux density of the magnetic air gap as far as possible. The analogy of the power circuit to the current intensity driving is simple, just modify the [...]

  • Magnetic Properties of Materials Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation

Magnetic Properties of Materials: Detailed Explanation According to Ampere’s law, when current flows through a wire or solenoid then magnetic field is produced around it. The magnetism produced by an atom can be due to 2 types of motion of electrons; spin and orbital motion. The net magnetic field created by the electrons in an [...]

  • How to Make Magnets Weaker What Are the Methods

How to Make Magnets Weaker? What Are the Methods?

How to Make Magnets Weaker? What Are the Methods? Some people want the magnetism to become stronger, and some feel that the magnetism is too strong and want to reduce it and become weaker. Today, our article mainly talks about some methods and techniques to make the magnetism weaker. I hope it will help you. [...]

  • Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength

Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength

Determining Factors that Affect Magnetic Field Strength Consider a magnet's characteristics. Magnetic properties are described using these characteristics: Coercive magnetic field strength, abbreviated Hc. This represents the point at which the magnet can be demagnetized (degaussed) by another magnetic field. The higher this number, the more difficult it is to degauss the magnet. Residual magnetic [...]

  • The Properties of Neodymium Magnet

What are the Properties of a Neodymium Magnet?

What are the Properties of a Neodymium Magnet? The main characteristic of neodymium magnets is how strong they are for their size. The magnetic field of a neodymium magnet occurs when a magnetic field is applied to it and the atomic dipoles align, which is the magnetic hysteresis loop. When the magnetic field is removed, [...]

  • Audio Device Speaker Magnet

Audio Device Speaker Magnet

Audio Device Speaker Magnet Everyone knows that magnets are needed in electroacoustic equipment such as speakers, speakers, and headphones, then -What role do magnets play in electroacoustic devices? -What effect does the magnet performance have on the sound output quality? -Which magnet should be used in speakers of different qualities? Come and explore the speakers [...]

  • Speaker and Headphone Magnets

Speaker and Headphone Magnets

Speaker and Headphone Magnets Everyone knows that magnets are needed in electroacoustic equipment such as speakers, speakers, and headphones, then -What role do magnets play in electroacoustic devices? -What effect does the magnet performance have on the sound output quality? -Which magnet should be used in speakers of different qualities? Come and explore the speakers [...]

  • Bar Magnets Usage

Bar Magnets Usage

Bar Magnets Usage How do you remove iron powder which has attached to the bar magnet? It can be easily removed by patting over it using sticky tape. Maintenance and replacement time The stainless case is 0.5mm thick. It may become thinner due to the hardness of the magnetic substance and contact friction. Although the [...]

  • B-H Curve for Permanent Magnets

B-H Curve for Permanent Magnets

B-H Curve for Permanent Magnets What is a B-H curve first of all? B is the nomenclature for magnetic flux density (induction) and H is magnetic field strength; a B-H curve plots out the relationship between them for a particular ferromagnetic material. The changes in magnetic flux density is dependent on the magnetic field strength. [...]

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  • Permanent Magnets Maximum Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures

Permanent Magnets Operating Temperatures All Permanent Magnets experience variations in field strength (flux density) as the ambient temperature increases or decreases. How these variations in operating temperature influence magnetic strength depend on the type of magnetic material and the degree above or below ambient temperature in which they are expected to operate. The shape of [...]

  • Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design

Magnetic Theory and Design 1. Can you explain the difference between coercive force and intrinsic coercive force? The intrinsic coercive force is the coercivity of a magnet material in a closed circuit configuration. A closed circuit configuration means the magnet does not have any exposed poles. Some examples of a closed circuit configuration are a [...]

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