permanent magnets


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permanent magnets,

n.pl magnets containing the mineral boron and the rare earth metal neodymium; often combined to create a neoprene or ceramic entity.
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Permanent magnets are seldom found in high-volume applications because there is virtually no economy of scale in the cost of the magnets.
The eddy current losses of permanent magnets which are segmented into two and three are calculated, and the eddy current losses produced by the thirty-seventh time harmonic current source are shown in Table 3.
Permanent Magnets Covered: Ferrite, Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB), Aluminum Nickel Cobalt (AlNiCo) and Samarium Cobalt (SmCo).
The Chinese producers were able to produce low cost permanent magnets owing to government support and subsidies, cheap labor cost, and the presence of only a few environment & health policies.
5 s for a bearing made of two ring permanent magnets for one iteration which is significantly lower as compared to evaluating the parameters using finite element analysis tools like ANSYS, COMSOL, MAXWELL 3D, etc.
Simultaneously, the United States should continue funding research into permanent magnets using alternative materials that could balance the demand for REEs.
6 May 2011 - ICRA downgraded yesterday the rating on the INR100m term loan and INR145m fund-based limits of Indian magnets producer Permanent Magnets Ltd (BOM:504132) to LB- from LBB-.
The elimination of gearbox losses is aided by the use of a novel permanent magnet based motor that increases energy efficiency dramatically.

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