What is A Magnet Rotor Made of

Magnetic motor rotor is formed by magnetic steel, metal shaft or metal shell. According to detailed application situation, the rotor magnet can be sintered, molded or injection molded with NdFeB magnet material and Ferrite magnet material with multi-poles magnetic rings. It can be used for the high-speed motor, line motor, stepper motor, etc.

With the increasing performance of permanent magnet materials, rare earth permanent magnet materials are widely used in electrical fields. Using high-performance rare earth permanent magnet materials to make a motor, the structure does not require special electrical excitation system, which helps to improve motor efficiency and power factor, and save energy, reduce the size of the motor.

magnets rotor
Currently, in the design of permanent magnet motor, the general assumption that a uniform distribution of the various parts of the magnetic field of the permanent magnet and the magnetic properties of the same batch of permanent magnets can be the same, while the need to use a permanent magnet demagnetization curve of permanent magnet at room temperature under suppliers, intrinsic connectivity magnetic parameters, residual magnetism, such as density and maximum energy product.

However, since the manufacturing process and the level of the plant and other reasons, there is a temperature in each portion of a permanent magnet hereinafter actual performance differences and the performance of the same group of permanent magnets is different.

The magnetic properties of the permanent magnet

permanent magnet motor in normal operation can be closely related to the magnetic rotor, permanent magnet motor can directly determine whether reliable operation.

When the permanent magnet motor is running, sometimes leaving the rotor temperature higher NdFeB irreversible demagnetization phenomenon, causing permanent magnet synchronous motor efficiency and power factor and other performance indicators deteriorated.

Furthermore, a permanent magnet motor rotor can be customized by different kinds of magnetic materials, and custom drawing is welcomed.

What is Halbach Array Motor

Halbach array is a new type of permanent magnet arrangement combined with the radial and tangential array, which can increase the magnetic field on one side of and weakened the magnetic field on the other side.
Using Halbach array in permanent magnet motor can increase the magnetic flux in the air gap and decrease the magnetic flux in the rotor yoke, and it is most suitable for the inner or outer rotor of the external permanent magnet.
At present, the permanent magnet motor is developing toward high power, high function, and miniaturization. The high power density and high efficiency are the basic requirements for all types of permanent magnet motor design.
According to the principle of magnet motor design, the increase of magnetic loading is to increase the motor gap magnetic flux density, which can reduce motor size and improve the power density.

Halbach array motor

For permanent magnet motor, generally, there are two measures to increase air gap flux density in the motor.
1. Change magnetic material: try to use permanent rare earth magnet with higher residual magnetic flux density. But restricted by magnet material performance and price, the actual alternatives are few.
2. Change magnet structure and arrangement

In brief, its application in the permanent magnet motor has great advantages:
1. The sine wave of air-gap magnetic field
2. Good magnetic shielding effect
3. High power density
4. Lightweight
5. Small in size

Neodymium magnets play a very important role in the renewable energy market. So we believe this magnet motor could find a broad range of industrial and automation applications, from electric vehicles, aerospace, independent power generation to other occasions.

The magnetic rotor assemblies are complex, including a wide variety of permanent magnets:
1. Samarium Cobalt (SmCo)
2. Neodymium Iron Boron
3. Ferrite
4. AlNiCo

What is Permanent Magnet Motor?

Magnetic Assembly—Permanent Magnet Motor

The Permanent Magnet Motor includes
– armature with split ring commutator at one end
and a dual slip-ring commutator at the other
– field magnet, shaft and brush assembly
– maintenance items
– manual
ceramic magnet

The Permanent Magnet Motor can be used to demonstrate the operation of a DC motor. The Permanent Magnet Motor can be used to determine the speeds of maximum power and maximum efficiency of a DC motor by varying the load while simultaneously measuring the speed, torque, and armature current.

magnet motor

The field magnets are permanent magnets possessing a north pole and a south pole that interact with the north and south poles of the armature (an electromagnet when connected to an electric current). Like poles repel, while unlike poles attract. The armature rotates until its north pole is as close as possible to the south pole of the permanent magnet (and also as far as possible from the north pole). Inertia carries the armature past this point.

However, as the armature passes this point, the commutator reverses the direction in the coils, so that the poles of the coils are suddenly repelled by the nearby field magnets. Thus another half-turn occurs, and this process occurs again and again.

A better explanation involves an understanding of fields. The field magnets produce a magnetic field that passes through the gap between the pole pieces. When current passes through the turns of the armature in the presence of the field, forces act to cause a torque that rotates the armature.

Inertia carries the armature past the position of no torque to the point where the torque would force the armature back in the other direction. However, at that point the commutator reverses the direction of current in the armature so the torque continues to act in the original direction.

How to start a simple motor?
The motor is not self-starting. Immediately after you apply the power, start the motor manually by grasping the black plastic bushing at the top of the armature assembly between your thumb and forefinger and spinning the armature.

With the Permanent Magnet Motor configured as either a DC or universal motor, almost any attempt you make at spinning the armature will result in successfully starting the motor; only the direction of the spin is important.

When configured in an AC synchronous mode, the motor must be spun at a speed that approximately matches the frequency of the power source.