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Force between two cylindrical magnets

  1. Apr 28, 2012 #1
    Hello,

    I'm a high school senior and I'm trying to find an equation to calculate the force in the x direction between two identical N35 Neodymium magnets given a certain position relative to one another (see attached .jpg).

    N35 cylinder magnets

    Dimensions:
    4.5 mm (height)
    5 mm (radius)

    Properties:
    Residual Flux Density: Br = 12 KGs
    Coercive Force: Hc > 11 Koe
    Intrinsic Coercive Force: Hci > 12 KOe
    Max. Energy Prodect (BH)max = 34 MGOe

    If you need any more info, just ask. Please help, I have to figure this out in order to complete my science project asap.
     

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    Last edited: Apr 28, 2012
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