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BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

Dear Sir/Madam,
Do you know, where do I get BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite at two temperature values: -65C and +125C, please?
Thank you,

RE: BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

I would suggest asking a reputable supplier.

The Alnico material will not vary much over that temperature range, given that its coefficient of residual induction is only -0.01% to -0.02% per °C.

You didn't specify which grade of Barium Ferrite material you are looking for, there are a number of different kinds.  Note that Barium Ferrite materials lose coercivity as they get cold.  That can produce a situation where the magnet might inadvertently demagnetize.


RE: BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

To Mag MIke:

Molded Barium Ferrite, non-oriented grain, MAX BH = 1.2E6.
Thank you.

RE: BH curves for Alnico-5 and Barrium Ferrite

yes, a producer would have temp curves for you.

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