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2 Piece of 6" x 4" x 1"

Ceramic Block Magnet

BrMax: 3850 Gauss

Approximate Pull Force: 45 lbs

Magnetized through the 1" Thickness

Poles are on the 6" x 4" Flat Surfaces.

Ceramic magnets, also known as ferrite magnets is a type of permanent
magnet made of iron oxide and *strontium* carbonate.

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On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 11:04 PM, Axil Axil <janap...@gmail.com> wrote:

> The goal is to duplicate the Manelas or Sweet magnet in order to
> run tests on the replicant. Replication is marked by the creation of a
> liquid like mobile magnetic bubble with a boundary that is easily
> movable located at the center of the magnet. The assumption is that the
> preparation process is common between these two types of magnets: barium or
> strontium. The difference between these two systems is most likely in the
> nature of the activation signal.  Fabricating this special magnetic
> configuration seems to take a accumulation of experience so either barium
> or strontium magnets will serve well for practicing proper techniques.
> Replication process
> Buy at least 1 ceramic magnet of the appropriate size and material
> https://www.amazon.com/Applied-Magnets-Ceramic-Magnet-Block/
> dp/B0012DPKX6/ref=sr_1_105?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=
> 1488242881&sr=1-105&keywords=ferrite+magnets
> This magnet in all probability will be strontium.
> ---------------------------------------------------------
> Test to determine what type of magnet was delivered. If the surface of the
> magnet does not conduct electricity (continuity tester) then the magnet is
> barium, if the surface does conduct electricity then the magnet is
> strontium.
> ---------------------------------
> Prepare the magnet by pre-treating it with high voltage electrostatic
> tension.
> Place two conductive plates(copper) on each side of the billet. This will
> form a capacitor out of the billet with the magnet as the dielectric.
> Apply high voltage (20,000 volts or more) of electrostatic potential to the
> billet. Capacitive breakdown of the dielectric billet should occur.
> Increase the voltage until capacitive breakdown does occur.
> ----------------------------------
> Using a capacitor bank able to store voltages up over 1000 volts and 1000
> joules of energy and a coil of wire wrapped around a plastic cylinder 8
> inches in diameter
> This video shows how to build the magnetic conditioner.
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFarS-liuBY
> I would add a shelf upon which the magnet can sit that is located in the
> middle of the coil where the magnetic field produced by the DC pulse is
> maximized.
> -------------------------------------------------
> The key idea is to partially demagnetize the billet. To do this,  the
> magnetic field lines from the magnet must oppose magnetic field lines
> produced by the sides of the billet.
> The demagnetization process must be done in small steps where feedback
> about the behavior of the magnetic bubble can be applied to arrive at a
> goldilocks level of magnetization: not too much and not too little.  The
> capacitor bank should start out energized with only 100 volts worth of
> energy.
> Then the magnetic bubble should be checked out after each demagnetization
> operation to determine if a liquid and highly mobile magnetic bubble has
> emerged in the center of the billet's sides.
> This validation process could be automated through a mecanized scan of the
> total surface area of the magnet aginst a bebchmark.
> or it could entail rapid eyeballing of the magnetic field lines
> using magnetic field viewing film
> https://www.amazon.com/Magnetic-Viewing-Film-Field-
> Display/dp/B00129CCGS/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1488160497&sr=
> 8-6&keywords=magnetic+field+plastic+film
> Through trial and error, a voltage step up delta increment value should be
> determined to gradually demagnetize the billet.
> After establishing this test bed,  then we can move on to imposing the
> activation signel into the billet.

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