Designing a Virtual laboratory for Simulating to Production of Nanocomposite NdFeB Magnets

Çakır, Musa Faruk; Tarımer, İlhan; Gürdal, Osman
February 2014
TEM Journal;Feb2014, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
The talent figure for a permanent magnet is the multiplication of the maximum energy (BHmax). Less volume magnet is required for the production of magnet flux density if the BHmax value is higher. Mathematical functions are obtained from the data related to resiudal flux density, magnetic coercitivy, permanent magnet flux product capability, Curie temperature and density which were obtained as a result of the studies on different NdFeB alloys in the laboratory. Besides this, mathematical functions of NdFeB hard magnet's resiudal flux density are obtained by adding elements. In this study, a virtual laboratory for producing nanocompositedNdFeB magnet has been designed. The virtual laboratory software has been used to simulate NdFeB hard magnets for industrial utilities.


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