By Steve Constantinides | Arnold Magnetic Technologies The 2010-2011 rare earth crisis appears over. Prices are low and adequate raw material is available. Many of the efforts initiated to find a better non-rare earth permanent […]
By Stan Trout | Spontaneous Materials This is the second blog in a series, describing the many types of mistakes made with permanent magnets. Again, my intent is to help engineers in the future avoid […]
By Jinfang Liu, Chief Operating Officer | Electron Energy Corp. Permanent magnets are critical components for many applications including motors, generators, computers, instrumentation, automation, oil exploration, aerospace and defense systems.
Features & Columns: – Permanent Magnets in a Changing World Market – Design Considerations Using Permanent Magnets – Insulated Iron Powders, SMC, Current State and Future Possibilities – The Design of a Permanent Magnet Motor […]
By Steve Constantinides | Arnold Magnetic Technologies There are several commercially available permanent magnets. In sequence of invention they are: alnico, ferrite, SmCo (samarium cobalt), NdFeB (neodymium iron boron, Neo), and SmFeN (samarium iron nitride). […]
By Dr. Kalathur Narasimhan | P2P Technologies Insulated Iron or iron-silicon for soft magnetic powder composites (SMC) are a niche unique to powder metallurgy. This method uses pure iron powder with a highly insulating coating to […]
By Gianpaolo Lisi, Systems Manager | Kilby Laboratories Kalyan Siddabattula, Systems Manager, Wireless and Low Power Charging | Texas Instruments With the growing number of personal electronic devices that the average person is constantly relying […]