Properties and uses of barium ferrite ceramic magnets
Barium ferrite is a promising ceramic material for permanent magnets. It does not include scarce and expensive materials. It has a low density and high coercive force; components with barium ferrite magnets therefore have high stability in operation, and high maximum specific magnetic energy, especially in anisotropic magnets.
For the successful use of barium ferrite magnets it is essential to consider the above features of this material, which distinguish it from metallic magnets.
Barium ferrite can be used with high technical and economic effect in many components with permanent magnets.
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