rare-earth magnet


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rare-earth magnet

[′rer ‚ərth ′mag·nət]
(electromagnetism)
Any of several types of magnets made with rare-earth elements, such as rare-earth-cobalt magnets, which have coercive forces up to ten times that of ordinary magnets; used for computers and signaling devices.
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Dr Medraj believes the magnets they are developing will be significantly cheaper and have greater thermal stability than neodymium based magnets - which are the strongest rare-earth magnet used today.
Reclaiming of rare-earth magnet motors/generators used in (H)EVs is a major challenge because the magnets are difficult to remove from the assemblies.
This rubber covered rare-earth magnet will easily hold a full-size, all-steel 1911 in any position you want to mount it.
Using a polycrystalline model of a rare-earth magnet, the model is divided into extremely small regions of 1 nm.
The company's design uses rare-earth magnet technology to create a strong attraction between the platform and the accessories; strong enough to hold flasks and tubes securely in place, even at speeds up to 300 rpm.
This company has introduced a new class of high-energy, elastic rare-earth magnet material called Reance SF.
The RH mini actuators combine zero backlash harmonic drive gearing with rare-earth magnet DC servo motors to provide both high torque and positional accuracy better than 2 arc-minutes.
At each end of the ladder is a rare-earth magnet gripper.