April 18th & 19th, 2018, Arnold is exhibiting at the BioMed Device show in Boston, MA. Thin metals and custom engineered magnetic assemblies are critical to many new medical device technologies. Attendees can meet with Arnold representatives to explore possible solutions for their designs using permanent magnets, magnetic assemblies and thin metals like titanium.Read More
This week, Arnold engineers and representatives are in Seattle, Washington for the Aerospace & Defense Supplier Summit hosted by Advanced Business Events. Director of Engineering, Aaron Williams, Precision Thin Metals’ Operations Manager, Dennis Lorenz Jr., and Western Regional Business Manager Scott Huang are attending the Boeing conference day and meeting with companies to strengthen relationships […]Read More
Following in the slipstream of the aerospace industry, automotive OEMs are increasingly turning to new materials and technologies to reduce weight and improve energy efficiency in their products. The use of magnet-based motor designs is one approach that is translating successfully to the automotive industry. Advanced material enabling lighter vehicles and higher efficiency motors include: […]Read More
E-turbo performance – With an improved understanding of new materials and their application, substantial performance gains can be achieved in high-speed motors.
The demand for continuous improvement drives engineers to push the capabilities of existing designs while adding innovations to augment and/or replace existing technology. New materials applied to these systems and novel applications of technologies can accomplish the goal at minimal risk.
Featured Article: Motor Design Optimization An article by Arnold was published in the July 2016 issue of Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International. Read an excerpt below, and check out the full article on page 207 here. The demand for high-performance, energy efficient motors is increasing. Technologies including thermal energy recovery systems and electrically assisted turbochargers, […]Read More
Every type of permanent magnet has a unique set of characteristics that can affect how is performs in various applications. When evaluating magnet options for your project, pay attention to the following: 1. Temperature One of the most important parameters to consider when choosing a permanent magnet is the temperature of use. As one might imagine, […]Read More
Gerhard Martinek, Application Engineer at Arnold Magnetic Technologies, will speak at the Designing Greener Magnetic Applications seminar in Grenoble, France. His presentation will explore materials and technologies that increase energy efficiency in motors, allowing them to run faster, hotter, and at smaller sizes. Read the abstract below. The Designing Greener Magnetic Applications seminar is presented by the […]Read More
Smaller Motors, Bigger Design Challenges Permanent magnet (PM) motors for EV applications have unique design challenges. As electric motors become smaller and faster, designers must consider the potential effects of electrical drive frequencies, magnetic eddy currents, laminated steel core loss, mechanical stresses on the quickly rotating shaft (rotor dynamics), and electrical control of the […]Read More
Arnold’s Aaron Williams will give a presentation at the Motion Control & Motor Association Technical Conference (TechCon) in New Orleans in October. The presentation will discuss permanent and soft magnetic materials that improve performance in motor and generators. Permanent magnet motors are inherently more efficient than induction-type motors. With increasing demands for smaller, lighter weight and […]Read More
We’re excited to share that Arnold Magnetic Technologies is partnering with Ames Laboratory to improve the magnetic properties of Alnico for use in energy efficient traction-drive motors. Ames Laboratory scientists recently received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Technology Commercialization Fund to test the ability of powder-processed alnico magnets to meet energy density and mechanical […]Read More