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Magnetic flux degaussing calculations.

  1. Jul 16, 2013 #1
    Hey guys.

    Ok so here goes.
    I want to know if there is a way to calculate the flux field degaussing effect of two magnets passing by eachother in repelling configuration. Like south to south.
    Lets say I have two magnets of neodymium N52 grade. Rockwell C scale hardness of 46.
    Also lets say the surface gauss of each magnet is 6,000.
    These two magnets pass eachother once per second. With a distance of 1/8th of an inch between them. Is there a way to calculate how long it will take to degauss either of these magnets to 50% strength?

    Can someone help me with at least a rough estimate?

    Thanks guys
     
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