01Geometries of magnetisation

Magnetisation

(Poles marked on request)

Materials

Preferred direction for anisotopic magnets

Magnet Shapes

magnetised through its height

any

along the height

  • trapezoidal
  • rectangular
  • rectangular with inside radius
  • rectangular with outside radius

axially magnetised

any

axial

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

axially magnetised through by sectors, e.g. 6 poles

any

axial

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

magnetised in sectors on one surface, e.g. 6 poles

any

axial

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

radially magnetised

  • HF isotropic sintered
  • HF isotropic p
  • HF anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic p
  • NdFeB anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic pw

radial

  • ring
  • ring cut-out

diametrically magnetised

any

diametral

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

magnetised on circumference, e.g. 6 poles

  • HF isotropic sintered
  • HF isotropic p
  • HF anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic p
  • NdFeB anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic pw
  • SmCo isotropic p

pole oriented

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

two or more poles, magnetised on inner Ø e.g. 4 poles

  • HF isotropic sintered
  • HF isotropic p
  • HF anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic p
  • NdFeB anisotropic p
  • NdFeB isotropic pw
  • SmCo isotropic p

pole oriented

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out

magnetised in stripes on one surface
p = pole distance

any

along the height

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out
  • trapezoidal
  • rectangular
  • rectangular with inside radius
  • rectangular with outside radius

magnetised throughin stripes
p = pole distance

any

along the height

  • disc
  • ring
  • ring cut-out
  • trapezoidal
  • rectangular
  • rectangular with inside radius
  • rectangular with outside radius

radially magnetised

any, except h materials (isostatically pressed rare earth materials)

radial

  • segment

diametrically magnetised

any

diametrical

  • segment