Ferrites have long been in usage but with the advent of rare earth magnets some of the applications that use ferrite were converted to Neo magnets. Neo magnets gives the same performance to ferrite but with a weight reduction of 90+ percent.
Caloric (solid) materials are referred to as those whose temperatures alter in responses to applied external fields. Representative examples include magnetocaloric, electrocaloric, and mechanocaloric (elastocaloric or barocaloric) materials. Refrigeration using these materials may yield significant advantages over conventional gas compression techniques. Current
It has become accepted practice in the permanent magnet industry that $/kg and (BH)max are the primary metrics determining the optimum material choice for an application. However, there are many situations were both metrics are misleading and may lead to a less
Strong permanent magnets are an important component of many energy technologies, such as electric and hybrid electric vehicles. Despite this, finding permanent magnets to surpass or supplement the Nd2Fe14B magnet discovered in 1984 remains a challenge. This presentation will discuss several recent
The commercialization of science in general poses unique challenges compared to ventures not reliant on technical break-thoughs and innovations. Specifically in magnet science commercialization there exists a critical gap between innovations that further knowledge and those that present compelling cases for business
Download PDF Radial ring magnets, sintered or bonded, have excellent performance in servo motor and BLDC motor, especially in the application of precision control. This presentation will introduce a patent technology and process to produce the high grade radial ring magnets,