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Ningbo Newland Magnetics Co., Ltd. has published these technical articles:

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Magnets are an important part of our daily lives, serving as essential components in everything from electric motors, loudspeakers, computers, compact disc players, microwave ovens and the family car,... (View Full Article)
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Samarium Cobalt, Alnico, and Ceramic materials are corrosion resistant, and do not require to be coated against corrosion. Alnico is easily plated for cosmetic qualities, and Ceramics may be coated to... (View Full Article)
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These materials span a range of properties that accommodate a wide variety of application requirements. The following is intended to give a broad but practical overview of factors that must be... (View Full Article)
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Centuries ago, it was discovered that certain types of mineral rock possessed unusual properties of attraction to the metal iron. One particular mineral, called lodestone, or magnetite, is found... (View Full Article)
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Magnetic Materials Producers Association Standard and Permanent Magnet Guidelines... (View Full Article)
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Air gap, is a low permeability gap in the flux path of a magnetic circuit. Often air, but inclusive of other materials such as paint, aluminum, etc. Anisotropy, Literally means having different... (View Full Article)
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Permanent magnet materials are believed to be composed of small regions or "domains" each of which exhibit a net magnetic moment. An unmagnetized magnet will possess domains that are randomly oriented... (View Full Article)
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There are four classes of modern commercialized magnets, each based on their material composition. Within each class is a family of grades with their own magnetic properties. These general classes... (View Full Article)
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The main objectives of the University of Birmingham, as part of the MagNet programme, were to develop the HDDR processing route for the production of large batches of isotropic HDDR powder and to... (View Full Article)

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