Manganese-based Permanent Magnets
ExcerptThere is a significant gap between the energy product, BH, where B is the magnetic flux density and H is the magnetic field strength, of both the traditional ferrite and AlNiCo permanent magnets of less than 10 MGOe and that of the rare earth magnets of greater than 30 MGOe. This is a gap that Mn-based magnets could potentially, inexpensively, fill. This Special Issue presents work on the development of both types of manganese permanent magnets. Some of the challenges involved in the development of these magnets include improving the compounds’ energy product, increasing the thermal stability of these metastable compounds, and producing them in quantity as a bulk material.[...] View Full-Text
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Baker, I. Manganese-based Permanent Magnets. Metals 2015, 5, 1435-1436.
Baker I. Manganese-based Permanent Magnets. Metals. 2015; 5(3):1435-1436.Chicago/Turabian Style
Baker, Ian. 2015. "Manganese-based Permanent Magnets." Metals 5, no. 3: 1435-1436.