The UK Magnetics Society is holding a virtual one-day seminar on April 28, 2021, to discuss the magnetisation of magnets in isolation and in assemblies, along with the associated measurement of magnetic fields. The Magnetisation & Measurement event will consist of presentations with Q&A, exhibitors and networking sessions.
The programme will look at magnetic components in manufacturing and the assembly process, from when they come into the production line, handling, when and how their magnetic fields are created, the impact of the field on the rest of the assembly process, and how the field specification is confirmed, etc.
Through the virtual event, participants will be able to network with exhibitors, set up small breakout sessions, chat with the visiting body, or be delegated a random participant to network with.
Speakers throughout industry and academia will highlight the state of the art in these capabilities in the following presentations:
- Challenges and Opportunities of an Inline PM Rotor Production Control by Magnetic Field Measurement by David Schwarzer, M-Pulse GmbH
- Hirst’s Pulse Field Magnetometry and Open to Closed Measurement Technologies by John Dudding, Robin Cornelius, & James Clewett, Hirst Magnetics
- Metrology of Soft Magnetic Materials at Operational Conditions by Daniel Brunt, NPL
- A Geometry-Independent Moment Correction Method for the MPMS3 SQUID-Based Magnetometer by Randy Dumas, Quantum Design, Inc.
- The Role of Steel Cores in the Magnetisation Field Requirement for In-Situ Magnetisation of Permanent Magnets by TBC from Laboratorio Elettrofisico
- What More Can You Get? (TBF) by Luc Van Bockstal, Metis
- Magnetising Technology (TBF) by Chris Riley, Bunting Magnetics
- (Magneto Pulse (TBF) by Jonas Walter, Magnet-Physik
For further information and to register for the event, visit the UK Magnetic Society’s website.