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Behavior of a Magnetized Ferrous Material

Behavior of a Magnetized Ferrous Material

Behavior of a Magnetized Ferrous Material

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If a ferrous material is magnetized using a solenoid, would the magnetic strength of the material fluctuate over the next few hours?  How long would it take for the magnetic strength of the material be stabilized?

RE: Behavior of a Magnetized Ferrous Material

I posted in the other forum, I saw it first.
But I can say it again.

Provided that you are doing nothing to this part, it is just sitting there.
The field should stabilize within seconds.
I have seen changes measurable over minutes, but they were realted to heating during magnetization and the time that it took the part to cool.

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Corrosion never sleeps, but it can be managed.
http://www.trenttube.com/Trent/tech_form.htm

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