User:Brian P. Josey/Notebook/2010/03/31
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Complex Neodymium Again
I'm continuing where I left off yesterday in my pursuit to make a decent model of the neodymium yoke.
Upper Cross Cylinder
This is the magnet that connects the side of the yoke with the gap, to the other half. Because it is laid on it's side in the model, I have to keep the area of the base touching the bends consistent and equal to 0.19635 in2. This creates a ring in the model that it thicker towards the center than the outside. Also, because the magnets are getting farther away from the axis the lengths I am using are becoming shorter.
Lower Cross Cylinder
This is the same magnet as the "Upper Cross Cylinder" but on the opposite side of the yoke, the bottom of the model.
Upper Right Bend
This is the bend on the opposite side of the yoke from the gap. Again, I am using the cone method from Monday to determine the points along this bend.
Lower Right Bend
This bend is identical to the one above, I just switched the signs on the z-coordinate.
This is the cylinder magnet that is on the opposite side of the yoke from the gap.
and the field lines and intensities: