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  • Magnets Technical Information

Magnets Technical Information

Magnets technical information The determining of magnetic properties is often not given its proper place along the development path of a product. These basic but important considerations are commonly considered as features which will adapt themselves into the required format at a later date. This may be true for applications using low coercive materials such [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Structure of water-jetting wall-climbing robot.

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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  • 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 [...]

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