magnet alloy

magnet alloy

[′mag·nət ¦al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy such as Alnico or Alcomax having strong magnetic properties; used in making permanent magnets.
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(48) GWMC also owns a magnet alloy producer in the United Kingdom and plans to construct a refinery near their Canada mine.
(48) GWMG also owns a magnet alloy producer in the United Kingdom and is planning to build a refinery near its Canadian mine.
Recently, considerable attention has been focused on the magnetic properties of nanostructured Nd-Fe-B magnet alloy, which has been prepared by the recrystallization of either melt-spun or mechanically alloyed materials, because of their technological properties and unusual scientific behavior [1-6].
A number of approaches are being examined to develop new RE-free magnet alloys and processing concepts to design structures that can match the magnetic properties of NdFeB permanent magnets.
The subject of the order is a suitable device for the production of strip-cast material, for example, rare earth permanent magnet alloys, up to weights of 45 kg.