Theoretical Knowledge
  • Applications
    Existing magnet applications Neodymium magnets have replaced alnico and ferrite magnets in many of the myriad applications in modern technology where strong permanent magnets are required... See All>
  • Hazards
    The greater forces exerted by rare-earth magnets create hazards that may not occur with other types of magnet. Neodymium magnets larger than a few cubic centimeters are strong enough to caus... See All>
  • Corrosion problems
    Sintered Nd2Fe14B tends to be vulnerable to corrosion, especially along grain boundaries of a sintered magnet. This type of corrosion can cause serious deterioration, including crumbling of ... See All>
  • Properties
    Grades Neodymium magnets are graded according to their maximum energy product, which relates to the magnetic flux output per unit volume. Higher values indicate stronger magnets and range f... See All>
  • Production
    There are two principal neodymium magnet manufacturing methods: Classical powder metallurgy or sintered magnet process Rapid solidification or bonded magnet process Sintered Nd-magnets ar... See All>