Current Developments in Soft Magnetic Composites for Electromagnetic Actuators
The paper describes the developments in insulated, compacted iron powder as a core material. The properties of the material are reviewed and its advantages and disadvantages when used for electromagnetic actuators are considered. A number of application examples are considered including solenoids, planar and spherical actuators, modulated pole structures and tubular permanent magnet actuators.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-06-01
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