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PERMANENT MAGNETS: TYPES, APPLICATIONS, NEW DEVELOPMENTS, INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND GLOBAL MARKETS
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Publish Date: Apr 2014,   Pages: 205,   Report Code: ET-121
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1. INTRODUCTION1-5
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STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ......................................................................... 1

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY ........................................................................ 2

FORMAT AND SCOPE .............................................................................................. 3

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES .............................................. 3

WHO SHOULD SUBSCRIBE .................................................................................... 4

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS...................................................................................... 4





STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ......................................................................... 1

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY ........................................................................ 2

FORMAT AND SCOPE .............................................................................................. 3

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES .............................................. 3

WHO SHOULD SUBSCRIBE .................................................................................... 4

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS...................................................................................... 4





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2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY6-8
$180.00
$144.00

SUMMARY TABLE- GLOBAL MARKET FOR PERMANENT MAGNETS ....... 7

SUMMARY FIGURE-GLOBAL MARKET FOR PERMANENT MAGNET

SEGMENTS IN 2013 AND 2018 .......................................................................... 8

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3. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 9-15
$385.00
$308.00

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 10

MARKET OVERVIEW ............................................................................................. 11

CHINA MARKET ................................................................................................. 12

U.S. MARKET ...................................................................................................... 13

EUROPE ............................................................................................................... 14

JAPAN .................................................................................................................. 14

OTHER COUNTRIES .......................................................................................... 15

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4. TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS16-30
$750.00
$600.00

PERMANENT MAGNETIC MATERIALS .............................................................. 17

TABLE 1 - NOMINAL COMPOSITIONS, CURIE TEMPERATURES, AND

MAGNETIC ORIENTATIONS OF SELECTED PERMANENT MAGNET

MATERIALS ......................................................................................................... 18

TABLE 1-(CONTINUED) ..................................................................................... 19

SUMMARY OF PROPERTIES ................................................................................ 19

TABLE 2-SUMMARY OF RANGE OF PROPERTIES OF PERMANENT

MAGNET MATERIALS ....................................................................................... 20

TABLE 3-NOMINAL MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SELECTED

PERMANENT MAGNET MATERIALS .............................................................. 21

TABLE 4-NOMINAL MECHANICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF

SELECTED PERMANENT MAGNET MATERIALS ........................................ 22

TABLE 5-TERMS/DEFINITIONS RELATED TO PERMANENT

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 23



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5. CERAMIC HARD FERRITES31-40
$500.00
$400.00

MATERIAL TYPES .................................................................................................. 31

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ......................................................................... 32

PROPERTIES ........................................................................................................... 33

PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES............................................... 33

ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC PROPERTIES ............................................... 33

TABLE 6-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CHINESE CERAMIC

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 34

TABLE 7-EQUIVALENT MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF U.S. VS.

CHINESE HARD FERRITE CERAMIC MAGNETS ......................................... 34

APPLICATIONS OF HARD FERRITES ................................................................. 34

APPLICATIONS OF HARD FERRITES (CONTINUED)………………………….35

APPLICATIONS OF HARD FERRITES (CONTINUED)………………………….36

TABLE 8-APPLICATIONS OF HITACHI’S RADIALLY ORIENTED RING

CERAMIC MAGNETS ......................................................................................... 37

PRICING OF FERRITE MAGNETS ....................................................................... 37

TABLE 9-PRICING OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE FERRITE

PRODUCTS .......................................................................................................... 37

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 38

LIST OF MANUFACTURERS ............................................................................ 38

MARKET SHARES OF COMPANIES ..................................................................... 39

TABLE 10-MARKET SHARE OF TOP MANUFACTURERS OF FERRITE

MAGNETS IN 2013 .............................................................................................. 39

GLOBAL MARKET SIZE ......................................................................................... 40

TABLE 11-GLOBAL MARKET OF HARD FERRITE PERMANENT

MAGNETS,2013-2018 .......................................................................................... 40



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6. NEODIMUIM-IRON-BORON MAGNETS41-62
$880.00
$704.00

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES...............................………………………………41

FIGURE 1-NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON MAGNET PRODUCTION CYCLE 43

PROPERTIES, COMPOSITIONS AND GRADES .................................................. 43

TABLE 12-MMPA DESIGNATIONS FOR RARE EARTH IRON-BORON

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 44

TABLE 13-MAGNETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF TDK’S NEOREC NDFEB

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 45

APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 45

TABLE 14-GLOBAL MARKET SHARE BY WEIGHT FOR NEODYMIUMIRON-

BORON MAGNETS BY APPLICATION 2013 ......................................... 46

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY ................................................................................ 46

HDDS, CDS, DVDS .............................................................................................. 47

ELECTRIC BICYCLES ........................................................................................ 47

TRANSDUCERS AND LOUDSPEAKERS ......................................................... 47

MAGNETIC SEPARATION ................................................................................. 48

MRIS ..................................................................................................................... 48

TORQUE-COUPLED DRIVES ............................................................................ 48

SENSORS ............................................................................................................. 48

HYSTERESIS CLUTHES ................................................................................... 49

GENERATORS ..................................................................................................... 49

ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS ......................................................................... 49

WIND POWER GENERATORS ........................................................................... 49

FIGURE 2 ............................................................................................................. 50

CONVENTIONAL AND DIRECT DRIVE WIND TURBINES .......................... 50

AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSORS AND FANS ........................................ 50

HYBRID AND ELECTRIC DRIVES ................................................................... 51

OTHER USES ...................................................................................................... 51


PRICE PATTERN OF NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON MAGNETS ........................ 52


TABLE 15-PRICE PATTERN OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE

NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON PERMANENT MAGNETS PRODUCTS ......... 52


ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN USE OF LIGHT EARTH METALS AND

HEAVY EARTH METALS (USE OF DYSPROSIUM IN NEODYMIUM-IRONBORON

PERMANENT MAGNETS) ....................................................................... 53

NED-FE-B PERMANENT MAGNET ISSUES AN OVERVIEW ......................... 54

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 57


LIST OF MANUFACTURERS ............................................................................ 57

TABLE 16-GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS OF NDFEB MAGNETS ................ 58


GLOBAL MARKET SIZE ......................................................................................... 59


TABLE 17-GLOBAL MARKET FOR NEO PERMANENT MAGNETS, 2013

AND 2018 .............................................................................................................. 59

MARKET SIZE BY APPLICATION FOR NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON

PERMANENT MAGNETS ................................................................................... 60

TABLE 18-GLOBAL MARKET FOR NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON

MAGNETS BY APPLICATION, 2013 AND 2018 ............................................... 60



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7. RARE-EARTH COBALT MAGNETS63-73
$440.00
$352.00

MATERIALS AND TYPES ...................................................................................... 63

TABLE 19-RARE EARTH MAGNET DESIGNATIONS .................................... 64

TABLE 20-NOMINAL COMPOSITION, CURIE TEMPERATURE AND

MAGNETIC ORIENTATION OF COMMERCIAL RARE-EARTH COBALT

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 65

RARE-EARTH COBALT 5 ................................................................................... 65

RARE-EARTH 2 TRANSITION METAL 17 GROUP......................................... 66

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ......................................................................... 66

PROPERTIES ........................................................................................................... 67

PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES............................................... 68

TABLE 21-NOMINAL PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

RE MAGNETS ...................................................................................................... 68

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES ................................................................................. 68

TABLE 22-NOMINAL MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF RARE

EARTH/COBALT MAGNETS ............................................................................ 69

TABLE 23-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SOME COMMERCIALLY

AVAILABLE.......................................................................................................... 70

RARE EARTH COBALT MAGNETS .................................................................. 70

APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 70

PRICE PATTERN OF SAMARIUM-COBALT PERMANENT MAGNETS ........... 71

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 72

LIST OF MANUFACTURERS ............................................................................ 72

TABLE 24-GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS OF SAMARIUM-COBALT

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 72


GLOBAL MARKET .................................................................................................. 73


TABLE 25-GLOBAL MARKET OF SAMARIUM-COBALT PERMANENT

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 73



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8. ALNICO PERMANENT MAGNETS74-88
$600.00
$480.00

MATERIALS AND TYPES ...................................................................................... 75

TABLE 26-ALNICO MAGNET DESIGNATIONS .............................................. 76

AVAILABLE SHAPES AND SIZES .................................................................... 77

PROPERTIES ........................................................................................................... 77

CAST ALNICOS ................................................................................................... 78

TABLE 27-NOMINAL COMPOSITION, CURIE TEMPERATURE AND

MAGNETIC ORIENTATION OF CAST ALNICOS ........................................... 79

TABLE 28-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF CAST ALNICO MAGNETS .......... 80

TABLE 29-NOMINAL PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

CAST ALNICO MAGNETS ................................................................................. 81

SINTERED ALNICOS ......................................................................................... 81

TABLE 30-NOMINAL COMPOSITION, CURIE TEMPERATURE AND

MAGNETIC ORIENTATION OF SINTERED ALNICOS ................................. 82

TABLE 31-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SINTERED ALNICO

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 82

TABLE 32-NOMINAL PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

SINTERED ALNICO MAGNETS ........................................................................ 83

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ......................................................................... 83

CAST ALNICOS ................................................................................................... 84

SINTERED ALNICOS ......................................................................................... 84

HEAT TREATMENT ........................................................................................... 84

FINISHING .......................................................................................................... 85

APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 85

PRICE PATTERN OF ALNICO PERMANENT MAGNETS .................................. 85


TABLE 33-PRICE PATTERN OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ALNICO

PRODUCTS .......................................................................................................... 86


INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 86


LIST OF MANUFACTURERS ............................................................................ 86

TABLE 34-LEADING GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS OF ALNICO

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 87


GLOBAL MARKET SIZE ......................................................................................... 87


TABLE 35-GLOBAL MARKETS OF ALNICO PERMANENT MAGNETS ...... 88


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9. BONDED AND FLEXIBLE PERMANENT MAGNETS89-101
$520.00
$416.00

MATERIALS AND TYPES ...................................................................................... 90

BONDING MATERIALS ..................................................................................... 90

COMPOSITIONS AND GRADES OF BONDED MAGNETS ............................ 90

TABLE 36-POWDER SPECIFICATIONS OF BONDED FERRITE ................. 91

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES ......................................................................... 92

PRODUCING BONDED MAGNETS VIA EXTRUSION ................................... 92

FIGURE 3-BONDED MAGNET PRODUCTION VIA EXTRUSION

PROCESS ............................................................................................................. 93

PRODUCING BONDED MAGNETS VIA INJECTION MOLDING ................. 93

FIGURE 4-BONDED MAGNET PRODUCTION VIA INJECTION

MOLDING PROCESS .......................................................................................... 94

PRODUCING BONDED MAGNETS VIA COMPRESSION .............................. 94

FIGURE 5-BONDED MAGNET PRODUCTION VIA COMPRESSION

MOLDING PROCESS .......................................................................................... 95

CALENDERING AND PRODUCING FLEXIBLE SHEET ............................... 95

FIGURE 6-BONDED MAGNET PRODUCTION VIA CALENDERING

PROCESS ............................................................................................................. 96

APPLICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 96

TABLE 37-APPLICATIONS FOR TYTEK INDUSTRIES’ MAGNETS ............ 97

TABLE 38 APPLICATIONS FOR TDK’S COMPOSITE MAGNETS ................ 97

PRICE PATTERN OF BONDED MAGNETS .......................................................... 98

TABLE 39-AVERAGE PRICES OF FERRITE, SMCO AND NDFEB BONDED

MAGNETS ............................................................................................................ 98


INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ....................................................................................... 98


MAJOR MANUFACTURERS .............................................................................. 99

TABLE 40-LEADING MANUFACTURERS OF BONDED MAGNETS IN

CHINA, EUROPE, JAPAN, THE U.S., AND THE REST OF THE WORLD .... 99


GLOBAL MARKET ................................................................................................ 100


TABLE 41-GLOBAL MARKET FOR PERMANENT BONDED MAGNETS .. 100

FIGURE 7-GLOBAL MARKET FOR PERMANENT BONDED MAGNETS .. 101



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10. OTHER MAGNETS102-113
$480.00
$384.00

ELONGATED SINGLE DOMAIN (ESD) MAGNETS ........................................... 102

IRON-CHROMIUM-COBALT MAGNET ALLOYS .............................................. 102

MANUFACTURING ........................................................................................... 102

PROPERTIES ..................................................................................................... 103

TABLE 42-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF IRON-CHROMIUM-COBALT

MAGNETS .......................................................................................................... 103

TABLE 43-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF HITACHI IRON-CHROMIUMCOBALT

MAGNETS .......................................................................................... 104

APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................. 104

MAGNET ALLOYS ................................................................................................ 104

REMALLOY ........................................................................................................ 104

TABLE 44-PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

REMALLOY ........................................................................................................ 105

CUNIFE .............................................................................................................. 105

TABLE 45-PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CUNIFE .... 106

CUNICO .............................................................................................................. 106

TABLE 46-PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CUNICO.... 107

VICALLOY .......................................................................................................... 107

TABLE 47-PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

VICALLOY .......................................................................................................... 107

TABLE 48-NOMINAL COMPOSITIONS, CURIE TEMPERATURES AND

MAGNETIC ORIENTATION OF MAGNET ALLOYS ..................................... 108

TABLE 49-NOMINAL MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MAGNET

ALLOYS .............................................................................................................. 108

MAGNET STEELS ................................................................................................. 109

TABLE 50-NOMINAL COMPOSITIONS, CURIE TEMPERATURES

AND MAGNETIC ORIENTATION OF MAGNET STEELS ............................ 109

FABRICATION ................................................................................................... 109

PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES............................................. 110

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES ............................................................................... 110

TABLE 51-NOMINAL MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MAGNET

STEELS .............................................................................................................. 110

APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................. 111

PLATINUM COBALT ............................................................................................ 111

PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES............................................. 111

TABLE 52-NOMINAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF

PT-CO MAGNETS .............................................................................................. 112

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES ............................................................................... 112

TABLE 53-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF PT-CO MAGNETS ...................... 112

APPLICATIONS ................................................................................................. 113

MISCELLANEOUS PERMANENT MAGNET MATERIALS .............................. 113

TABLE 54-MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF MISCELLANEOUS

PERMANENT MAGNET MATERIALS ............................................................ 113

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11. NEW MAGNETIC MATERIALS UNDER DEVELOPMENT114-117
$160.00
$128.00

TABLE 55-RARE EARTH FREE NEW MAGNETIC MATERIAL

RESEARCH ........................................................................................................ 115

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12. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE118-130
$650.00
$520.00

GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS .............................................................................. 118

GLOBAL MANUFACTURERS (CONTINUED) ................................................... 118

ADDITIONAL MARKET PARTICIPANTS ....................................................... 120

DISTRIBUTORS AND FABRICATORS ................................................................ 120

TABLE 56-GLOBAL DISTRIBUTORS AND FABRICATORS OF HARD

FERRITE, ALNICO AND BONDED MAGNETS ............................................. 121

TABLE 57-GLOBAL DISTRIBUTORS AND FABRICATORS OF NDFEB

MAGNETS .......................................................................................................... 122

TABLE 58-GLOBAL DISTRIBUTORS AND FABRICATORS OF SM-CO

MAGNETS .......................................................................................................... 123

COMPETITION AND MARKET TRENDS ........................................................... 123

TABLE 59-ACQUISITIONS, MERGERS, EXPANSIONS AND NEW

RESEARCH FUNDING IN COMPANIES MANUFACTURING

PERMANENT MAGNETS, 2009 TO JANUARY 2013 .................................... 124

END USERS OF PERMANENT MAGNETS ........................................................ 128

TABLE 60-APPLICATIONS AND MAJOR END USERS OF PERMANENT

MAGNETS IN THE U.S., EUROPE AND JAPAN ........................................... 128

TABLE 61-CONTACT DETAILS FOR SOME SELECT END USERS OF

PERMANENT MAGNETS IN THE U.S., EUROPE AND ASIA ..................... 129


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13. MARKET SIZE AND SHARE131-136
$350.00
$280.00

TABLE 62-GLOBAL MARKETS FOR PERMANENT MAGNETS ................. 132

FIGURE 8-GLOBAL MARKET SHARE BY TYPE OF PERMANENT

MAGNET ............................................................................................................ 133

MARKET SIZE BY REGION ................................................................................. 133

TABLE 63-GLOBAL OUTPUT OF PERMANENT MAGNETS BY REGION

IN 2013 ................................................................................................................ 134

TABLE 64-GLOBAL OUTPUT OF PERMANENT MAGNETS BY REGION

IN 2018 ................................................................................................................ 135

FIGURE 9-MAGNET PRODUCTION BY REGION ......................................... 136

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14. PATENT AND PATENT ANALYSIS137-166
$900.00
$720.00

PATENTS RELATED TO FERRITE PERMANENT MAGNETS .......................137

NON-AGEING PERMANENT MAGNET FROM AN ALLOY POWDER

AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF ...................................             137

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ROTOR MAGNET FOR MICRO

ROTARY ELECTRIC MACHINE ......................................................................   137

HIGH SPEED INTERNAL PERMANENT MAGNET MACHINE AND

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME ..............................................   138

FERRITE MATERIAL AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING FERRITE

MATERIAL .........................................................................................................      138

SOFT MAGNETIC RIBBON, MAGNETIC CORE, MAGNETIC PART AND

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SOFT MAGNETIC RIBBON ..........................           139

MAGNET USING BINDING AGENT AND METHOD OF

MANUFACTURING THE SAME ......................................................................    139

FERRITE MATERIAL .......................................................................................     140

PERMANENT MAGNET FOR MOTOR, MOTOR HOUSING, AND

MOTOR DEVICE ...............................................................................................     140

PERMANENT MAGNET ROTATOR AND MOTOR USING THE SAME .....            140

METHOD FOR PREPARING RADIALLY ANISOTROPIC MAGNET ...........            141

MAGNETIC ALLOY MATERIAL AND METHOD OF MAKING THE

MAGNETIC ALLOY MATERIAL ......................................................................     141

PERMANENT MAGNET FOR PARTICLE BEAM ACCELERATOR AND

MAGNETIC FIELD GENERATOR ...................................................................    142

PATENTS RELATED TO NEODYMIUM-IRON-BORON PERMANENT

MAGNETS .............................................................................................................. 142

R-FE-B RARE-EARTH SINTERED MAGNET AND PROCESS FOR

PRODUCING THE SAME .................................................................................    142

RARE EARTH MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME ...........           143

R-FE-B POROUS MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING

THE SAME .........................................................................................................     143

METHOD FOR PREPARING RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNET

MATERIAL .........................................................................................................      143

METHOD FOR PREPARING RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNET

MATERIAL .........................................................................................................      144

RARE EARTH ALLOY BINDERLESS MAGNET AND METHOD FOR ........            144

MANUFACTURE THEREOF ............................................................................   144

RARE EARTH ELEMENT-IRON-BORON ALLOY, AND MAGNETICALLY

ANISOTROPIC PERMANENT MAGNET POWDER AND METHOD FOR ..           145

PRODUCTION THEREOF ................................................................................   145

METHOD FOR PREPARING RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNET........            145

RARE EARTH MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF .           145

IRON-BASED RARE-EARTH NANOCOMPOSITE MAGNET AND

METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE MAGNET ................................................   146

METHOD FOR PRODUCING RARE EARTH METAL-BASED

PERMANENT MAGNET HAVING COPPER PLATING FILM ON THE

SURFACE THEREOF ........................................................................................   147

RARE EARTH MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME ...........           147

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING, THROUGH STRIP CASTING,

RAW ALLOY FOR NANOCOMPOSITE TYPE PERMANENT MAGNET......            148

METHOD FOR PRODUCING NANOCOMPOSITE MAGNET USING

ATOMIZING METHOD .....................................................................................      148

FUNCTIONALLY GRADED RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNET .........            149

RARE EARTH PERMANENT MAGNET .........................................................   150

PATENTS RELATED TO BONDED AND FLEXIBLE PERMANENT

MAGNETS ..............................................................................................................150

RARE EARTH BONDED MAGNET .................................................................   150

R-FE-B RARE EARTH SINTERED MAGNET AND METHOD FOR

PRODUCING SAME ..........................................................................................    151

R-FE-B TYPE RARE EARTH SINTERED MAGNET AND PROCESS FOR

PRODUCTION OF THE SAME ........................................................................    151

RARE EARTH SINTERED MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING

SAME ..................................................................................................................      151

R-T-B-TYPE SINTERED MAGNET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION

THEREOF ...........................................................................................................     152

ALLOY FOR SINTERED R-T-B-M MAGNET AND METHOD FOR

PRODUCING SAME ..........................................................................................    152

FERRITE POWDERS FOR BONDED MAGNET, PROCESS FOR THE

PRODUCTION OF THE POWDERS, AND BONDED MAGNET MADE BY

USING THE SAME ............................................................................................     153

ANISOTROPIC RARE EARTH-IRON BASED RESIN BONDED MAGNET                        153

ROTATING MACHINE, BONDED MAGNET, MAGNET ROLL, AND

METHOD FOR PRODUCING SINTERED FERRITE MAGNET ...................             154

FERRITE MAGNET POWDER, SINTERED MAGNET, BOND MAGNET,

AND MAGNETIC RECORDING MEDIUM......................................................    154

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SELF-ASSEMBLED RARE EARTH-IRON

BONDED MAGNET AND MOTOR UTILIZING THE SAME .........................   154

SINTERED R-FE-B PERMANENT MAGNET AND ITS PRODUCTION

METHOD ............................................................................................................      155

YOKE-INTEGRATED BONDED MAGNET AND MAGNET ROTATOR FOR

MOTOR USING THE SAME .............................................................................    155

ANISOTROPIC RARE EARTH BONDED MAGNET HAVING SELFORGANIZED

NETWORK BOUNDARY PHASE AND PERMANENT

MAGNET MOTOR UTILIZING THE SAME ...................................................     156

OXIDE MAGNETIC MATERIAL AND SINTERED MAGNET ....................... 156

OXIDE-TYPE, MAGNETIC MATERIAL AND ITS PRODUCTION

METHOD, AND SINTERED FERRITE MAGNET AND ITS PRODUCTION

METHOD ............................................................................................................      157

R-T-B BASED SINTERED MAGNET ............................................................... 157

SINTERED R-FE-B PERMANENT MAGNET AND ITS PRODUCTION

METHOD ............................................................................................................      157

YOKE-INTEGRATED BONDED MAGNET AND MAGNET ROTATOR

FOR MOTOR USING THE SAME ....................................................................   158

ANISOTROPIC RARE EARTH BONDED MAGNET HAVING SELFORGANIZED

NETWORK BOUNDARY PHASE AND PERMANENT

MAGNET MOTOR UTILIZING THE SAME ...................................................     158

BOND MAGNET FOR DIRECT CURRENT REACTOR AND DIRECT

CURRENT REACTOR .......................................................................................   159

ANISOTROPIC BONDED MAGNET FOR USE IN A 4-POLE MOTOR,

A MOTOR EMPLOYING THAT MAGNET, AND AN ALIGNMENT

PROCESS APPARATUS FOR THE ANISOTROPIC BONDED MAGNET

FOR USE IN A 4-POLE MOTOR ......................................................................   159

FERRITE MAGNETIC MATERIAL AND FERRITE SINTERED

MAGNET ............................................................................................................      160

METHODS FOR PRODUCING RAW MATERIAL ALLOY FOR RARE

EARTH MAGNET, POWDER AND SINTERED MAGNET ............................             160

METHODS FOR PRODUCING RAW MATERIAL ALLOY FOR RARE

EARTH MAGNET, POWDER AND SINTERED MAGNET ............................             161

ANISOTROPIC BOND MAGNET FOR FOUR-MAGNETIC-POLE

MOTOR, MOTOR USING THE SAME, DEVICE FOR ORIENTATION

PROCESSING OF ANISOTROPIC BOND MAGNET FOR

FOUR-MAGNETIC-POLE MOTOR ..................................................................   161

ALLOY FLAKE FOR RARE EARTH MAGNET, PRODUCTION METHOD

THEREOF, ALLOY POWDER FOR RARE EARTH SINTERED MAGNET,

RARE EARTH SINTERED MAGNET, ALLOY POWDER FOR BONDED

MAGNET AND BONDED MAGNET ................................................................   162

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING BONDED MAGNET AND METHOD

FOR MANUFACTURING MAGNETIC DEVICE HAVING BONDED

MAGNET ............................................................................................................      162

ISOTROPIC POWDERY MAGNET MATERIAL, PROCESS FOR

PREPARING AND RESIN-BONDED MAGNET ............................................. 163

PATENT ANALYSIS .............................................................................................. 163

TABLE 65-NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN

THE PERMANENT MAGNET BUSINESS BY TYPE .....................................             164

FROM 2009 THROUGH APRIL 2013 ............................................................... 164

TABLE 66-NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN

THE PERMANENT MAGNET BUSINESS FROM 2009 THROUGH APRIL

2013 ..................................................................................................................... 164

FIGURE 10-TOP COMPANIES GRANTED U.S. PATENTS FOR

PERMANENT MAGNETS FROM 2009 THROUGH 2013 ..............................            165

INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF U.S. PATENT ACTIVITY IN

PERMANENT MAGNETS ..................................................................................... 165

TABLE 67-U.S. PATENTS GRANTED FOR PERMANENT MAGNETS BY

ASSIGNED COUNTRY/REGION FROM JANUARY 2009 TO APRIL 2013                         166

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15. COMPANY PROFILES167-191
$840.00
$672.00

ADAM MAGNETIC PRODUCTS CO. ................................................................... 192

ALLSTAR MAGNETICS ........................................................................................ 192

APPLIED MAGNETS ............................................................................................ 193

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NINGBO XIONGHAI MAGNETICS & MECHANISM INDUSTRIAL CO. LTD. 197

STANFORD MAGNETS ........................................................................................ 198

VIONA MAGNETICS ............................................................................................. 198

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16. DISTRIBUTORS AND FABRICATORS OF PERMANENT MAGNETS192-198
$280.00
$224.00
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17. APPENDIX I & II GLOSSARY OF TERMS, QUANTITIES, SYMBOLS199-205
$140.00
$112.00
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