By M. Grönefeld (auth.), George C. Hadjipanayis (eds.)
Bonded magnets are the quickest turning out to be zone within the whole marketplace for magnetic fabrics. Their nice merits lie within the low-cost net-shape production strategy permitting the fulfillment of complicated geometries and their isotropic magnetic houses. strength items have greater than quadrupled lately, too. The members to this quantity current the present and destiny prestige of bonded magnets, together with overall global creation and distribution, the markets concerned, and the prestige of present and destiny purposes. present novel processing options are defined and new advancements pronounced, together with powder construction options, jet casting/melt spinning, atomization and DDDR procedures. the differing kinds of bonded magnets reviewed comprise isotropic and anisotropic neodymium-iron-boron, nanocomposites, Sm-Fe interstitial nitrides, Sm-Co and ferrites.
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Extra info for Bonded Magnets: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Science and Technology of Bonded Magnets Newark, U.S.A. 22–25 August 2002
EXTRUDED AND CALENDERED BONDED MAGNETS - AN OVERVIEW V. F. DAVIS Kane Magnetics International Kane, PA 16735, USA 1. Introduction Bonded magnets are a major growth area in permanent magnets. In 1999 the global bonded magnet production amounted to $875M, rising to $1092M in 2001. In 2001 bonded ferrite (which includes both flexible and rigid ferrite) accounted for $655M with the balance being bonded rare earth. The flexible ferrite production was $215M in 1999 increasing to $368M in 2001. Its global production in 1999 was 100,000 Tons increasing to -115,000 Tons in 2001 [1,2,3].
It is backed on one side by pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive to secure it to the edge of the surface due to be bonded. This product lends itself to applications for which portability, flexibility and frequent reinstallation are important factors. It is more flexible and resilient than extruded ferrite , allowing posters and display panels to be rolled up tightly for carrying. Being frameless it is a fraction of the weight and cost of traditional ferrite . Recently high-energy product flexible magnets using rare earth materials have been reported [13, 14].
Development An important development is a new magnetic product trademarked as Mag-Edge" . It is developed by Anchor Magnets, a subsidiary of Kane Magnetics International. The 52 TABLE 2. Magnetic Properties Br,mT Hci, kA/m BHmax, kJ/m 3 Temp. 7 patented process yields high magnetic strength from an unusually thin and narrow piece of co-extruded material. 0 mm wide, about one fifth of the volume of conventional extruded ferrite magnet. It is designed to work on the edge, rather than on its face as a ferrite extrusion does.