Powder magnetic materials - area of application

  title={Powder magnetic materials - area of application},
  author={Barbara Slusarek and L. Dlugiewicz},
  journal={International Symposium on Power Electronics, Electrical Drives, Automation and Motion, 2006. SPEEDAM 2006.},
Development of new soft and hard magnetic materials is one of main factors of the development of todays electric machines. Magnetic materials of more and more applications in electric machines and other electromagnetic transducers are magnetic materials in the form of powder used in elements produced by different methods. Particularly bonding magnetic powder with plastic has many advantages due to simpler than sintering method technology. Dielectromagnets type of permanent magnets are made by… CONTINUE READING


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