More and more applications enlist magnets and the according magnet sensors for position, fixation or tracking purposes. For optimal system functionality, both parts have to meet very specific standards. While the magnet sensors may be calibrated all in the same manner, the
Recent development efforts have resulted in a new sensor technology for accurately measuring magnetic fields. These sensors rely on the Hall effect in a 2DEG structure, resulting in advantages such as an enormous operating temperature range, a massive reduction in planar Hall
One of the major potential challenges for simulating motor designs is the impact of stator lamination materials on motor performance. There are a number of variables in selecting magnetic materials for use in a brushless PM motor design. A first quadrant magnetizing
A Comparison of Permanent Magnet Axial Flux Motors to Permanent Magnet Radial Flux Motors in Commercial Drone Applications
Commercial applications for battery powered autonomous vehicles used in air, land and sea environments will grow exponentially in the next few years. The drone application is the most popular of these applications in the present time. Currently most of the present applications
Ferrites have long been in usage but with the advent of rare earth magnets some of the applications that use ferrite were converted to Neo magnets. Neo magnets gives the same performance to ferrite but with a weight reduction of 90+ percent.
Caloric (solid) materials are referred to as those whose temperatures alter in responses to applied external fields. Representative examples include magnetocaloric, electrocaloric, and mechanocaloric (elastocaloric or barocaloric) materials. Refrigeration using these materials may yield significant advantages over conventional gas compression techniques. Current