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  • Testing Magnetic Field Range with Paperclips

Testing Magnetic Field Range with Paperclips

Testing Magnetic Field Range with Paperclips Make a holder for a bar magnet. You can make a simple magnet holder using a clothespin and a paper or Styrofoam cup. This method would be suitable for teaching elementary school-age students about magnetic fields. Tape one of the long ends of a clothespin to the bottom of [...]

  • Magnetic Performance Testing

Magnetic Performance Testing

Magnetic Performance Testing I. Magnetic Performance Test 1. Magnetic property detection A) test iteMs: Br, Hcb, Hcj, (BH)max, Hk, ms, μrec, Hk/ Hcj, etc. B) testing instrument: hysteresis loop tester C) test range: Hcj 50~20,000 Oe 2. High and Low Temperature Magnetic Properties Any temperature between -40 and 250 ºC can be tested. 3. Reversible [...]

  • Magnet Manufacturing and Assembly

Magnet Manufacturing and Assembly

Magnet Manufacturing and Assembly brief introduction To be precise, most magnets are not used as separate components. They are assembled with other components into a set of magnetic components, which are then applied to various fields of industry and market. Look at the following cases to clearly illustrate the differences between them. For example, a [...]

  • hysteresis coupling at work

What is a hysteresis coupling?

What is a hysteresis coupling? Hysteresis refers to a specific magnetic phenomenon. Certain magnetic materials, called ferromagnetic materials, have a tendency to remain magnetized to some degree even after the magnetic field they are subjected to is removed. This “memory of magnetic history” is referred to as hysteresis. This also means a magnetic field in [...]

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