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mm (from pole)
°C

List temperature curves to be drawn.





Not proper means this unit-type shouldn't be converted to this unit. It is equivalent, but not techincially correct. For instance moment is in Am2. You CAN convert to Tm3 or Wbcm, but this is no longer REALLY a moment. It's a flux-distance. This converts some weird things that shouldn't be converted, but you might need to as some Fluxmeters output flux-distance instead of moment when using a Helmholtz or other read coil.

You may turn off the normal (B) or intrinsic (J) curves for each temperature by clicking them in the legend.

You can also turn off Pc (by clicking in the legend)

Possible risk of partial demagnetization in shipping and open-circuit use! (60C)

Force Results:
  N
  N
  N

Flux Density Results:
  T (assumes 0.5mm offset for sensor in probe)

Other Magnetic Results: If needed, here is an Extensive Unit Convertor.
 
  T
  T
  Am2

Physical Results:
  mm2
  mm3
Only calculates cylinders magnetized through thickness.

Example Material Properties

Click a material! It will select that material for your magnet and open the interactive demagnetization curve.

All in SI units. Use the Extensive Unit Convertor if needed.

Tesla kA/m kJ/m3 %/°C %/°C °C
Name Br Hcj Max Energy Product Tc of Br (α) Tc of Hcj (β) Max Temp