User:Brian P. Josey/Notebook/2010/04/02
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Comparison of Complex Neodymium to Iron Yoke
I analyzed the model from Wednesday, and unsurprisingly, it works just the way the I expected. Here is the magnetic field intensity, left, and derivative, right:
Here are the differences between the iron yoke and the neodymium magnet. In both problems, it is set up so that a positive value indicates a higher value for the neodymium yoke.
The red lines in both represent a zero difference for reference.
The ninety degree bends came in today. They are very powerful, with a rating of 45 MGOe, with an outer radius of 2" and inner radius of 1" that translates to a lot of magnetic force coming off of them. I set them down in a box to store them, and they ripped through a large piece of Styrofoam without mercy. I'm still trying to come up with a good way to hold them all together without risking them snapping together, or clumping together.