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Classification of Magnetic Materials

Classification of Magnetic Materials Magnetic materials refer to substances composed of transition elements iron, cobalt, nickel and their alloys that can directly or indirectly generate magnetism. Magnetic materials have different classification standards: according to material and structure, magnetic materials include metals and alloys. Magnetic materials and iron Oxygen magnetic materials are divided into two categories, [...]

IEC 60404-1:2016 Standard Rare earth-iron-boron (REFeB) Magnets

IEC Standard Rare earth-iron-boron (REFeB) Magnets IEC 60404-1:2016 is available as IEC 60404-1:2016 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition. IEC 60404-1:2016 is intended to classify commercially available magnetic materials. The term "magnetic materials" denotes substances where the application requires [...]

Recycling of Additively Printed Rare-earth Bonded Magnets

Recycling of Additively Printed Rare-earth Bonded Magnets In this work, we describe an efficient and environmentally benign method of recycling of additive printed Nd−Fe−B polymer bonded magnets. Rapid pulverization of bonded magnets into composite powder containing Nd-Fe-B particles and polymer binder was achieved by milling at cryogenic temperatures. The recycled bonded magnets fabricated by warm [...]

Understanding Magnetic Permeability

Understanding Magnetic Permeability Magnetic Permeability is a value that expresses how a magnetic material responds to an applied magnetic field. If a material's internal dipoles become easily oriented to an applied magnetic field, that material is regarded as being a high-permeability material. If the material's internal dipoles do not become easily oriented to an applied [...]

Magnetic Anisotropy

Magnetic Anisotropy is the capacity of a magnet to maximize its magnetic orientation in the direction of its poles, and it is similar to general anisotropy of other material characteristics. Strong permanent magnets – especially sintered Neodymium magnets- have had their magnetic domains oriented in the direction of the easy axis to maximize their strength. [...]

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