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  • Rare Earth Elements Where in the World Are They

Rare Earth Elements: Where in the World Are They?

Rare Earth Elements: Where in the World Are They? This was originally posted on Elements. Sign up to the free mailing list to get beautiful visualizations on natural resource megatrends in your email every week. Rare earth elements are a group of metals that are critical ingredients for a greener economy, and the location of [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions

Frequently Asked Neodymium Magnets Questions What is Rare Earth? Rare earth is an ore primarily mined in China. Rare earth is the source of 17 elements listed on the periodic table as Lanthanides. Two of those elements Neodymium and Samarium are the magnets namesakes that are derived from the rare earth ore. Both Neodymium (Nd) [...]

  • Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths

Three Major Events of Rare Earths Recently, the international topic on rare earths has increased significantly. Rare earth is a strategic material that is widely used in military, industrial, agricultural and other industries. It is an important support for the manufacture of new materials and an important resource related to national defense and security. It [...]

  • Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals

Programs for Recycling Rare Earth Metals Have you ever wondered if you can recycle magnets? Previously, old magnets could not be recycled to reuse the rare earth metals inside them, but new methods have been developed that have made it worthwhile to reuse the material inside magnets. Magnets made with rare earth metals are used [...]

  • The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry

The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry Cerium, for one, is not a useable component of current permanent magnet creation, but nonetheless is critical to the health of the industry. However, the way established markets run for rare earth metals, sister minerals mined must be a significant factor when calculating [...]

By |March 10th, 2021|Cerium, Element, Magnet News, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Industry, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetic News, Magnetic Science, Neodymium, Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Elements, Rare Earth Magnets, Rare Earths, Samarium|Comments Off on The Future of Cerium And Its Effects On the Permanent Magnet Industry
  • Permanent Magnet Industry On The Rise

Permanent Magnet Industry On The Rise

Permanent Magnet Industry On The Rise In spite of sluggish behavior in related tech markets, the permanent magnetic market is in the throes of a substantial upswing with the money-saving factors of thrift and responsibility in regards to energy efficiency while witnessing a global increase in electrification. The growth stems primarily from automotive concerns as [...]

By |March 4th, 2021|Magnetic News|Comments Off on Permanent Magnet Industry On The Rise
  • Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets TU Graz

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets

Researchers Developing Sustainable 3D Printed Super Magnets An additive manufacturing breakthrough coming out of TU Graz in Austria could make it easier to manufacture permanent magnets for small electronic components. A TU Graz team—working in collaboration with the University of Vienna, the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and Joanneum Research—has successfully manufactured super magnets using a [...]

  • Rare Earth Magnets Really “Rare”

Are Rare Earth Magnets Metals Really “Rare”?

Are Rare Earth Magnets Metals Really “Rare”? Rare Earth Magnets Metals Rare Earth Magnets Metals/Rare Earth Metals are a gathering of 17 metallic components with comparative properties and structures that are crucial in the assembling of a various and extending show of high-engineering provisions. They are basic segments in hi-tech items including advanced cells and [...]

  • Use New Neodymium Magnet in Hybrid Vehicles of Honda

Use New Neodymium Magnet in Hybrid Vehicles of Honda

Use New Neodymium Magnet in Hybrid Vehicles of Honda Honda Motor Company Ltd. along with Daido Steel Company have co-developed a new neodymium magnet with high heat resistance properties without the need for rare earth metals that will be used in the all-new Honda Freed and future hybrid vehicles. This new development will make the [...]

  • Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals

12 Things You Didn’t Know About Rare Earth Metals 1 They’re Not That Rare. Most of the rare earth metals really aren’t that rare. Cerium (Ce) is the most abundant rare earth metal, followed by Lanthanum (La), and then Neodymium (Nd). Cerium, Lanthanum and Neodymium are all more abundant than Lead (Pb). 2 It’s actually [...]

  • 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
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