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The magnetization of ferromagnetic materials

Ferromagnetic (or magnetically conductive) materials such as iron and steel and their alloys can very easily become magnetic. Depending on the type of material or alloy, the product may remain magnetic; this is referred to as remanent magnetism. Even non-ferrite stainless steel can become magnetized as a result of deformation or welding.

magnetism by deformation or welding
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In that case, the induced magnetism often originates from other magnetic sources, such as lifting magnets, clamping tables, loudspeakers or magnetic transport systems. Magnetic fields near transformers, welding cables and welding processes can also induce magnetism. Even certain processes, such as drilling, grinding, sawing and polishing of the material, can result in remanent magnetism. As mentioned above, this can even occur in stainless steel.

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Anisotroop

Wanneer magneetmateriaal in een magneetveld geperst wordt, noemt men het magneetmateriaal voorkeursgericht en anisotroop. Het magnetiseren van anisotroop magneetmateriaal kan alleen in de voorkeursrichting plaatsvinden.

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