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Microstructure and Mechanism of Coercivity Enhancement of Sintered Nd-Fe-B Magnet by Grain Boundary Diffusion

Yong Ding, Xiangke Lv, Min Zhang, Xiaodong Zhu, Qingzhong Yang
Ningbo Yunsheng Co., Ltd.


Rare earth element (REE) based Nd-Fe-B magnets have been widely used because of their excellent magnetic properties. The applications of Nd-Fe-B rare earth permanent magnets include hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), power generators for wind turbines, high performance industrial motors, hard disk drives (HDD) for computers, traveling wave tubes for satellite communications, headphones and speakers, washing machines, and other consumer electronic devices. Furthermore, as well known, Dy and Tb are used as an additive to Nd-Fe-B magnets to increase the coercivity (because they increase the magneto-crystalline anisotropy) of magnets. But the magnetic moment of Dy and Tb are coupled anti-parallel to that of Fe, which decrease the magnetization and maximum energy product of the magnet. <read more>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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StanMagnetics Bootcamps: Basic and Advanced
August 8th
Denver, Colo.

 

MAGNETICS Magazine is pleased to announce workshops beyond those held in conjunction of our annual conference. Join us August 8th in Denver for a one-day Magentics Bootcamp, presented by Dr. Stan Trout. The Magnetics Bootcamps focus on teaching the basics of Magnetics with an emphasis on permanent magnets. If you need to understand magnets better for your job or are new to the field, the Basic Bootcamp I is the perfect place to start. Assumes that one has little or no background in magnetics. The Bootcamp I workshop will cover the essential fundamental magnetic concepts such as hysteresis, the nature of magnetism, units, basic magnet processing, magnetizing and thermal effects. If something more advanced is what you are looking for, attend Advanced Bootcamp II. Assumes someone has either taken a previous Bootcamp, (Bootcamp I), or has some technical understanding of magnetics. After a brief review of the basics, covered topics include self-demagnetization and loadlines, rare earth raw materials and their pricing, advanced processing techniques, manufacturability, design basics, case studies and what’s new on the horizon.

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  New Products
 

COMSOL Brings Powerful Modeling Tools, Solver Technology, and App Deployment to Engineers and Scientists
COMSOL, Inc. has announced the latest release of the COMSOL Multiphysics and COMSOL Server simulation software. Version 5.3 provides simulation specialists with notable performance improvements and powerful app design and deployment capabilities with new modeling and development tools, solvers, and user-driven features. <read more>

 

Miniaturized LC Filters for Suppression of EMI

TDK Corp. has released the MEM1005PP251T, a new LC filter for EMI suppression. With dimensions of 1.0 by 0.5 by 0.35 mm the filters are well suited for use in smart phones and base stations.  The usual method for suppressing interference in the communication frequency bands of smart phones and other devices is to use capacitors or inductances, or a combination of these components. <read more>

 

 

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  Industry News
 

Berkeley Lab Scientists Discover New Atomically Layered, Thin Magnet
It may not seem like a material as thin as an atom could hide any surprises, but a research team led by scientists at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) discovered an unexpected magnetic property in a two-dimensional material. <read more>

 

Magnet Forensics and Passware Partner to Provide Full Disk Decryption in Magnet AXIOM

Magnet Forensics and Passware have announced they are working together to provide Magnet AXIOM customers the ability to analyze content from drives that use leading encryption software. <read more>

 

General Atomics Completes Heat Treatment of ITER's First Central Solenoid Module

General Atomics (GA) has reached a key milestone in the fabrication of the ITER Central Solenoid as engineers and technicians at GA's facility officially completed heat treatment of the first module.<read more>

 

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Event Listings

 

 

 

Mag18Magnetics 2018,
February 8-9
Orlando, Fla.

Magnetics 2018, will focus on the latest advancements in magnetic applications, technology and materials. Serving OEM developers of products that utilize magnets and magnet systems, design engineers, OEM developers involved in EMC technology and magnetic effects, magnetics manufacturers and integrators, and material suppliers in the magnetics industry. Magnetics 2018 is an opportunity to learn from technical experts and network with peers, professionals and potential business partners involved in a variety of applications. Learn about advancements in magnetic materials, as well as the latest technical innovations and application developments in the field of magnetics. Learn the outlook for pricing and economics. Discover the latest techniques, equipment and materials involved in the performance and control of magnetics. Learn from leading technical innovators the latest developments in how magnets are being applied, and magnetic effects utilized, to help optimize system and product performance in diverse applications.

 

 

MDS18Motor & Drive Systems 2018
February 8-9, 2018
Orlando, Fla.

Motor & Drive Systems 2018 is focused on the latest technical advancements impacting the design and integration of motor, drive systems and motion control for manufacturing, industrial and packaging, as well as automotive/EV applications. The 15th annual conference will be held February 8-9, 2018 in Orlando, Fla.

Conference topics will include improving motor efficiency and reliability, regulatory and safety issues, testing standards and programs, emerging and high growth applications, developing and pairing motor & drive systems and improving loss prediction and calculation. Join leading OEM design engineers and discover how new technologies are improving performance, energy efficiency and providing cost savings in a variety of applications.

 

New to 2018 – the Motor Testing Summit. This track of sessions will feature presentations on how to improve motor performance and efficiency, power quality and the importance of identifying potential issues before they become a problem.

 

 


 

ECTCRegister Today for the 61st ECTC

IEEE’s 67th Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), will be held at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, from May 30 to June 2, 2017. This premier international annual conference, sponsored by the IEEE Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology (CPMT) Society, brings together key stakeholders of the global microelectronic packaging industry, such as semiconductor companies, foundry and OSAT service providers, equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, research institutions and universities, all under one roof. The ECTC will offer 18 professional development courses and over 300 papers in 41 technical sessions. Authors from nearly 20 countries will cover a wide spectrum of topics, including advanced packaging, hheterogeneous integration, materials and processes, manufacturing, optoelectronics, reliability, electronic components, and simulation.
Go to  www.ectc.net for more information

 

 

SensorsSensors Expo & Conference is the only event in North America focused on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. For 30+ years, Sensors has brought technical innovation and thought leadership to engineers involved in the development and deployment of sensors and sensing systems. The 3-day program explores cutting-edge trends and applications including Energy Harvesting, Emerging Technologies, Flexible & Wearable, IoT & Wireless, Measurement & Detection, MEMS & Sensors, Novel Sensor Applications, Optical, Sensors & Embedded Systems, and Sensor Data in an information-packed Conference Program and reflects those trends throughout the Exhibit Floor. Register at www.sensorsexpo.com and use code WEBCOM100 for special discount to attend.

 

 

EMCRegister Today for the 2017 IEEE EMC+SIPI Symposium

EMC+SIPI 2017 Symposium is the leading international event where you can share your insights, exchange ideas, ask questions and learn from other EMC & SIPI experts. Experience the 5 days of technical workshops and tutorials, special sessions, technical papers, panel discussions and 200+ booth Exhibit Hall in Washington DC, on August 7-11, 2017. New for 2017! EMC+SIPI 2017 Online Symposium is the IEEE EMC Society’s first online conference and will be broadcast live from, and co-hosted with, the traditional symposium. EMC+SIPI 2017 Online is FREE to all 5-day Paid On-Site Technical Attendees.EMC+SIPI 2017 Advance Program Now Available! Access your program to discover all that is in store for you the week of the symposium.

 

 

 

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