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MULTI-POLE MAGNETIC CIRCUIT COMPARISONS Permanent magnets can be magnetized with two or more (4, 6, 8, etc.) poles, using permanent or pulse magnetic flux. Pulse magnetization allows achievement of larger magnetic fields necessary for Nd-Fe-B or Sm-Co magnets. Multi-pole magnetization requires special magnetization heads with preformed windings which allow achievement of required distribution of magnetic [...]

Magnet Concept

Magnet Concept Am area of the magnet, is the cross sectional areal of the magnet perpendicular to the central flux line, measured in at any point along its length. In design, am is usually considered the area at the neutral section of the magnet. B Magnet induction, is the magnetic field induced by a [...]

Magnetic Units of Measurement

Magnetic Units of Measurement Magnetic Units of Measurement - If the burden of two systems of measurement for common quantities (English vs. metric) throws your mind into confusion, this is not the place for you! Due to an early lack of standardization in the science of magnetism, we have been plagued with no less than [...]

How are magnets measured and graded for strength, quality, etc.?

Magnets measured and graded for strength, quality, etc. here you can learn about it, thanks. Magnets measured and graded Magnet Strength Measurements (B)--The units for measuring the field strength (flux density) of a magnet are Gauss or Tesla. 1 Tesla = 10,000 Gauss. The Earth's magnetic field is on the order of 1 [...]

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