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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Recent studies have been trying to development less or free rare-earth magnet [3][4].
A rare-earth magnet consisting of elemental neodymium (Nd), iron (Fe), and boron (B), it is the strongest type of permanent magnet.
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.
This rubber covered rare-earth magnet will easily hold a full-size, all-steel 1911 in any position you want to mount it.
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.
rare-earth magnet ($6.50 for a five-pack) will lift a 22-lb.
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.
The cover remains locked until it is unlocked at the top with a powerful rare-earth magnet that Tactical Wall provides with each order.
This newly developed technology will be used to simulate the magnetization reversal of rare-earth magnets. Using a polycrystalline model of a rare-earth magnet, the model is divided into extremely small regions of 1 nm.
grate tubes with an assembly of ceramic or rare-earth magnet material inside.
Hopper separator has magnetic one-in.-diam, grate tubes with an assembly of ceramic or rare-earth magnet material inside.