How to made magnets ?

Have you ever had the experience of playing with magnets in your childhood? Magnets​ can attract iron or some metal products and generate a specific suction force. It also made us children who didn't have too many toys to play with relish when we were young, but many people don't know how magnets are made?


We all know that magnets are divided into permanent magnets and non-permanent magnets. Generally speaking, we often see permanent magnetic magnets, while non-permanent refers to some magnet devices that are magnetic only under certain circumstances. Generally, The electromagnet is the most common.


First of all, the first step in the magnet manufacturing process is casting. First, copper, sulfur, nickel, iron, aluminum, and titanium metals are put into an electromagnetic stove to melt all the metals into liquid. Then the liquid is poured into the mold. The approximate shape of the magnet is created, but the magnet at this time does not have any magnetism!


It is necessary to make the magnet magnetic. The second step is to energize, tie the magnet to the copper tube, put it into a larger tube, and then charge it with high-voltage electricity. The electrons in the magnet will flow slowly from the positive pole to the positive pole with the current. Negative, resulting in specific conversion efficiency of the electrons on both sides, and it is precisely because of this that after this step is completed, the magnet has magnetism.


Therefore, everyone has read about the production method of magnets, and I believe that they all understand that magnets are not so easy to manufacture. Magnets now occupy a significant position in more and more industries and infrastructure, so the relationship The research on natural magnetite is still in progress!


Publicado en Design en mayo 14 at 01:41
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