This round table discussion will feature industry experts and highlight new technologies that are impacting applications, including 3D printing/additive manufacturing methods, as well as developing rare earth reduced permanent magnet materials. Panelists: Parans Paranthaman, Corporate Fellow • Oak Ridge National Laboratory Torsten
Permanent magnets are widely used for sensor and motor applications. Besides these, magnetic fields are also used for applications such as storage of information and fraud protection on documents. With the number of critical applications continuing to rise, developers and producers are
The new digital teslameter system (also called Gaussmeter) incorporates a novel, very small 3-axis Hall probe, analog electronics based on the spinning-current technique, analog-to-digital converter, computer, and display. The Hall probe is a single silicon chip with monolithically integrated horizontal and vertical
The National MagLab, headquartered at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL, is the only lab of its kind in the United States and is the premier destination for scientists and engineers from all over the world to conduct foundational research on new
Small group discussions will provide attendees a deep-dive into a topic and to connect and interact with other conference participants while enjoying breakfast. If you are interested in leading a small group discussion or have a topic idea, please contact Shannon Given.
Anisotropic injection insert or over-molding of permanent magnetic materials in a thermoplastic matrix is well established technology, which enables manufacturing of complex shapes, highly automated processes and net shaped products magnetized to desired level and magnetic pattern in essentially one processing step.
Mechanical stress, high temperature and harmonic distortion of the excitation voltage can significantly influence magnetic properties of soft and hard magnetic materials used in automotive applications. The residual stress remaining in the motor laminations after manufacturing processes, such as punching, housing shrink
Performance Comparison of Motors Fitted with Magnet-to-Magnet Recycled or Conventionally Manufactured Sintered NdFeB
Neodymium iron boron (NdFeB) based magnets have high magnetic energy densities and thus are the material of choice for motor designs in electric vehicles, where traction motors must be as small, lightweight, and efficient as possible. However, recent fluctuations in the price