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Application of Magnetic Materials NASA/ADS

1960-3-1  An examination of some of the applications of magnetic materials from the standpoint of the metallurgical technology that has made these applications possible.

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Magnetic Materials and their Applications

Magnetic Materials and their Applications discusses the principles and concepts behind magnetic materials and explains their applications in the fields of physics and engineering. read full description

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Application of Soft Magnetic Materials Magnets By

2021-3-20  Application of soft magnetic materials in the industry started in the late nineteenth Century. With the development of power industry and telecommunications technology, started to use low carbon steel manufacturing motor and magnetic head with a soft magnetic alloy, in addition to amorphous soft magnetic alloy tradition, and the rise of another kind of material amorphous soft magnetic

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Magnetic Materials: Types of Magnetism,

Magnetic materials are defined by their response to an external field (in other words, their permeability). There are 3 main types of magnetic materials: ferromagnetic,

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(PDF) Magnetic materials for technical applications

The magnetic materials have a wide range of applications being the main compone nts in a large varieties of devices used in technical and social life.

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4.4.1 Applications and Magnetic Materials

2020-1-17  Field of application Products Requirements Materials; Soft Magnets; Power conversion electrical mechanical: Motors Generators Electromagnets: Large M R Small H C Low losses = small conductivity low w: Fe based materials, e.g. Fe + » (0,7 5)%

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Magnetic Material an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Magnetic materials have in numerous ways played a major role in the development of modern civilization. The earliest known application of a magnetic material is the compass, which was invented in China, probably during the Qin dynasty (221–206 BC).

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MAGNETISM and its practical applications

2014-5-8  When an external magnetic field is applied to a ferromagnetic material such as iron, the atomic dipoles align themselves with it. Even when the field is removed, part of the alignment will be retained: the material has become magnetized. Once magnetized, the

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Applications of Magnetism Boundless Physics

Accordingly, only certain materials (such as iron, cobalt, nickel, and gadolinium) exhibit strong magnetic effects. Such materials are called ferromagnetic, after the Latin word for iron, ferrum. A group of materials made from the alloys of the rare earth elements are also used as strong and permanent magnets (a popular one is neodymium).

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Application Of Magnetic Materials