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by Ludwig Schultz,Karl-Hartmut Müller

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  • ISBN 3527299327
  • ISBN13 978-3527299324
  • Language English
  • Author Ludwig Schultz,Karl-Hartmut Müller
  • Publisher Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (January 12, 2000)
  • Pages 1136
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  • Category Engineering
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This proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Rare-Earth Magnets and their applications collects 122 of the lectures given at the Dresden meeting. This two-volume represents the most comprehensive source of information on this topic, ranging from the state of the market to the most advanced applications of nanotechnology to the field.

Read by Ludwig Schultz. This proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Rare-Earth Magnets and their applications collects 122 of the lectures given at the Dresden meeting

Read by Ludwig Schultz. See a Problem? We’d love your help. This proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Rare-Earth Magnets and their applications collects 122 of the lectures given at the Dresden meeting. This two-volume represents the most comprehensive source of information on this topic, ranging from the state of the market to the most advanced applications of nanotechnology to the field.

The most important problem for the application of superconducting.

The most important problem for the application of superconducting permanent magnets is the magnetizing procedure of the YBCO material.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Karl Hartmut Müller books online. Rare-earth Magnets and Their Applications: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Workshop on Rare-earth Magnets and Their Applications, 30 August-3 September 1998, Dresden, Germany. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Rare Earth Transition Metal Borocarbides (Nitrides). Magnetic Anisotropy and Coercivity in Rare-earth Transition Metal Alloys.

Muller, volume 2, p. 607 (Proc. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Rare-Earth Magnets and Their Applications, Vol. 1. Kyoto, Japan, . 51 (1989)Google Scholar. Workshop on RE Magnets and Their Applications, Aug. 30 to Sept. 3. Dresden, Germany (1998b)Google Scholar. Uehara, . H. Tomizawa, H. Hirosawa, T. Tomida and Y. Maehara.

Rare-earth magnets are strong permanent magnets made from alloys of rare-earth elements. Developed in the 1970s and 1980s, rare-earth magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets made, producing significantly stronger magnetic fields than other types such as ferrite or alnico magnets. The magnetic field typically produced by rare-earth magnets can exceed . teslas, whereas ferrite or ceramic magnets typically exhibit fields of . to 1 tesla.

The Workshop was chaired by K. -H. MUller and V. N. Narozhnyi. This was the first meeting specially focused on the quaternary rare-earth transition-metal borocarbides and nitrides - a new class of magnetic superconductors discovered in 1994.

Rare-earth magnets are strong permanent magnets made from alloys of. .Peter Campbell, "Permanent Magnet Materials and their Application" (Cambridge Studies in Magnetism)(1996).

Rare-earth magnets are strong permanent magnets made from alloys of rare-earth elements (elements in the lanthanide series, plus scandium and yttrium). Rare-earth magnets have higher remanence, much higher coercivity and energy product, but (for neodymium) lower Curie temperature than other types.

Keywords: rare-earth magnets, rare-earth-iron intermetallic alloys, new .

Keywords: rare-earth magnets, rare-earth-iron intermetallic alloys, new phases, electric motors 1. INTRODUCTION The first practical application of a permanent magnet material was probably the use of lodestone in a compass for navigation, by the Chinese some 2000 years ag. 2 electromagnets in many applications, and ushered in the era of the widespread use of permanent magnets in electric motors, generators and loudspeakers. Compared to their predecessors, Alnico and ferrites, rare-earth permanent magnets (REPM) have a magnetic energy product up to a magnitude larger, high remanence and high intrinsic coercivity.

The rare earths play a unique role in science. These seventeen related elements afford a panoply of subtle variations deriving from the systematic development of their electronic configurations, allowing a test of theory with excellent resolution

The rare earths play a unique role in science. These seventeen related elements afford a panoply of subtle variations deriving from the systematic development of their electronic configurations, allowing a test of theory with excellent resolution. In contrast they find widespread use in even the most mundane processes such as steel making, for polishing materials and gasoline cracking catalysts. In between are exotic uses such as TV screen phosphors, lasers, high strength permanent magnets and chemical probes.

Permanent magnets are essential components in everyday technologies, including in.

Permanent magnets are essential components in everyday technologies, including in energy conversion and transportation. Since the discovery of rare-earth-based permanent magnets in the 1960s, we have seen great improvements in their magnetic performance and incredible growth in production. However, permanent magnets have not been developed in a diversified way. Over the past decade, the rare-earth-free permanent magnets have gained much interest owing to their low cost, less supply risk, and promising magnetic properties.

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