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Magnet: Samarium Cobalt

 

material characteristics:
property residual flux density coercive force intrinsic coercive force maximum energy product density curie
temp.
maximum operating temperature recom-
mended magnet-
izing field
unit gauss oersted oersted MGOe g/cm3 °C °C kOe
symbol Br HCM HCJ BHmax D Tc
type: samarium cobalt
processing: powder metallurgy, dry(anisotropic) isostatic or uniaxial pressing with vacuum sintering
features: high strength; reactive(coating required), most expensive
S18 8750 8000 17000 17 7.4 750 250 35
S20 9400 8600 17000 20 7.4 750 250 35
S24 9800 9450 17000 23 7.4 750 250 35
S24G* 9850 8700 21500 23 7.4 800 300 40
S26G* 10350 9700 21500 25 7.4 800 300 40
S28G* 10650 9750 20500 27 7.4 800 300 40
S30G* 10900 10150 13500 29 7.4 800 300 30
* = 2:17 grade vs. 1:5 grade
 

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