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Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve
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Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

(OP)

Does anybody have the demagnetization curve of the permanent magnet "Magstar N50" (although it is old), because I am trying to match a new simulation with an older one from anther source that uses this permanent magnet.

Thank you in advance.

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

Is it a NdFeB 50 MGOe material? If so, it's pretty common and you can find it from practically any reputable permanent magnet supplier.

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

(OP)
Thank you, I have already used this permanent magnet. But as I mentioned above, I am trying to reproduce an old simulation that uses that specific permanent magnet "Magstar N50".
So is there anyone who worked with this old type of permanent magnet before and can share its demagnetization curve?
Thank you.

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

N50 commonly means NdFeB magnet material, 50 MGOe. MagStar is/was just a reseller and 50 MGOe material is pretty common.

A 50 MGOe material from Vendor A is going to be nearly exactly the same as 50 MGOe from Vendor B.

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

(OP)
OK, thank you.
So do you have its demagnetization curve?

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

Issam: The link in my earlier post displayed the demagnetization curve for N50

RE: Magstar N50 Demagnetization Curve

(OP)
Thank you all.

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