Karunakar, K and Ranjan, M and Prabhu, K (1981) A low cost demagnetizer with controllable cycle and adjustable level. In: IEEE Transactions On Magnetics, 17 (5). 2488 - 2492.
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Demagnetization to zero remanent value or to a predetermined value is of interest to magnet manufacturers and material users. Conventional methods of demagnetization using a varying alternating demagnetizing field, under a damped oscillatory or conveyor system, result in either high cost for demagnetization or large power dissipation. A simple technique using thyristors is presented for demagnetizing the material. Power consumption is mainly in the first two half-cycles of applied voltage. Hence power dissipation is very much reduced. An optimum value calculation for a thyristor triggering angle for demagnetizing high coercive materials is also presented.
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