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The permanent magnet industry in the United States has been declining in recent years due tooffshore competition and lack of breakthroughs in new magnet research. Although the UnitedStates represents... (View Full Article)
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Rare earth permanent magnets have the widest range of magnetic properties and are used in anextensive variety of applications. Sintered NdFeB magnets have the highest maximum energy product (BH)maxbut... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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Rare earth permanent magnets have the widest range of magnetic properties and are used in anextensive variety of applications. Sintered NdFeB magnets have the highest maximum energy product (BH)maxbut... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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The paper reviews the recent efforts to fabricate composite magnets with hard and soft magneticcomponents or with two hard magnetic components. Within the more traditional "top-down" approach,the... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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Utilizing the chemical reduction of FeCl2with NaBH4in the presence of 2:17 Sm-Co powders, wesynthesized composite Sm?Co0.699Fe0.213Cu0.064Zr0.024?7.4 /nano-Fe anisotropic hard magneticpowders. The... (View Full Article)
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Blends of Sm(Co0.66Fe0.27Cu0.05Zr0.02)7.43, Gd(Co0.67Fe0.24Cu0.07Zr0.02)7.16,Er(Co0.74Fe0.14Cu0.09Zr0.03)7.03and Sm(Co0.63Fe0.26Cu0.08Zr0.03)5.04powders were consolidated andthermally processed into... (View Full Article)
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Today, nearly 100% of the world's rare earthmetals and over 94% of rare earth oxides comefrom China. This dominance has become un-mistakable during the past decade, and has been accompanied by a steep... (View Full Article)
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A novel high temperature hybrid radial magnetic bearing capable of operating at 538°C (1000°F)was developed. High temperature permanent magnets are used to carry the majority of the staticrotor... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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The effects of powder preparation and conditions of hot pressing on the structure and density of consolidated Sm2Fe17N xand Sm2Fe17Nx/Fe-Co magnets have been studied. Densities achieved inthe case of... (View Full Article)
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Sintered NdFeB-type permanent magnets are based on Nd2Fe14B intermetallic compounds, which are intrinsically very brittle. Generally, machining techniques are limited to grinding, lapping, and... (View Full Article)
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Sintered NdFeB-type permanent magnets are based onNd2Fe14B intermetallic compounds, which are intrinsicallyvery brittle. Generally, machining techniques are limited togrinding, lapping, and electric... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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Superior magnetic properties of Sm-Co based magnets, especially their excellent high temperaturestability and low temperature coefficient, have led to an exciting variety of applications. Despite the... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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Rare earth (RE) magnets have become virtually indispensible in a wide variety of industries suchas aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical, and military. RE elements are essential ingredientsin... (View Full Article)
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Rare earths have garnered much attentionrecently as the public becomes aware o? the supply-chain issues stemming ?romChina's dominance o? the production o? these 17 elements. As we know, the rare... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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The paper reviews the recent efforts to fabricate composite magnets with hard and soft magneticcomponents or with two hard magnetic components. Within the more traditional "top-down" approach,the... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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In an attempt to develop anisotropic high-temperature permanent magnets consisting of Sm2 ( Co,Fe) 17 grains separated by thinlayers of a nonmagnetic phase, small amounts of Ag, C, Ga, In, and Sn were... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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Fully dense composite magnets produced by sintering blends of Sm(Co,Fe,Cu,Zr)zandCaF3precursor powders had an electrical resistivity 30% higher than conventionalSm(Co,Fe,Cu,Zr)zmagnets. The magnetic... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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This paper covers new results on the subjects of thermal stability and performance data for high-temperatureSmCo magnets in periodic permanent magnet con?gurations.Based on several years of... (View Full Article)
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We will review in this paper the recent data on thermal stability and radiationresistance of rare earth permanent magnets. Scanning electron microscopy analysis suggests that the affected surface... (View Full Article)

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