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FEM calculations prove magnetic force

FEM calculations prove magnetic force

17 December 2018
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With the recently purchased software for magnetic calculations, Martijn Leskens, R&D engineer at Goudsmit Magnetics, uses the finite elements or FEM method to show how a product behaves in a magnetic system and quantify the magnetic performance. Martijn: ‘We can efficiently optimize this product performance with magnetic calculations. This allows us to accurately predict how a magnet will behave in terms of depth of the magnetic field, which is
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Ferry in London moors magnetically

Ferry in London moors magnetically

10 December 2018
Magnetic handling
The recently developed intelligent mooring system from iDL, the intelligent Dock Locking System from Dutch company Mampaey Offshore Industries, is the world's first magnetic mooring system. It makes it possible for a London ferry to dock in just ten seconds. The mooring system consists of two hydraulically controlled arms, each with a magnetic plate at the end, measuring approximately 1500 x 1500 mm, which hold the ferry in a stable position at the dock.
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Lightweight overbelt magnet with super-deep magnetic field !

Lightweight overbelt magnet with super-deep magnetic field !

14 November 2018
Recycling & sorting
Goudsmit Magnetics of Waalre has developed a permanent, lightweight neodymium overbelt magnet based on a new design. This was done at the request of our customer Kok Lexmond which is active in the rubble processing recycling industry. The request was to make the rubble fraction as iron-free as possible in one go.
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Food industry: why do you have to measure magnets?

Food industry: why do you have to measure magnets?

07 November 2018
Magnetic filteringGeneralService
We received a request from a French company that makes nougat. (The wonderful Nougat de Montélimar!) They wanted to have the magnets in their production facility measured in order to – in their own words – satisfy the quality standards and ensure that the magnets are still working optimally. This is also necessary in order to continue to meet the HACCP (Hygienic Critical Control Points) quality assurance standards.
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