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  • Microstructure and Magnetic Properties of Sintered NdFeB Magnets with Improved Impact Toughness
    of the commercial magnets. Withey et al.3 studied. the effect of quench rate on the brittleness of sintered. NdFeB-type magnets and concluded that fast quenching. from 1097 °C by immersion in liquid nitrogen or oil causes. significant deterioration in both magnetic and mechanical. properties. Horton et al.4
  • Microstructure and magnetic properties of sintered NdFeB magnetswith improved impact toughness
    al.3studiedthe effect of quench rate on the brittleness of sinteredNdFeB-type magnets and concluded that fast quenchingfrom 1097 °C by immersion in liquid nitrogen or oil causessigni?cant deterioration in both magnetic and mechanicalproperties. Hortonet al.4found large variations in the frac-ture
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    are always heat treated. Because the parts may distort during heat treatment, precision parts should be semifinished, heat treated, then finished. Severe distortion is most likely to occur during liquid quenching, so an alloy should be selected that provides the needed mechanical properties
  • A Spectroscopy Guide for PAT
    By Emil W. Ciurczak, Contributing Editor MIR is used in liquid chemical reaction vessels and more and more in biological processes. The ability to follow reactions such as fermentation allows biopharmaceutical operations to respond more quickly in either batch-fed operations or simply to quench
  • Selection Factors for Seals
    this hazard. For systems with external circulation, pressure drops can be detected with a pressure-sensitive switch. is the bane of face seals. Faces should be cleaned before initial start-up to prevent premature failures. With liquids that form abrasives on contact with air, a buffer zone or quench gland

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