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source:KrASIAJapanese metal maker Proterial has developed a prototype motor for electric vehicles that uses magnets that do not contain the rare-earth metal neodymium.Neodymium magnets are the most common type currently employed in EV motors, but since the main source of the rare earth is China, stable procurement has been an issue.The new magnet is mainly composed of ferrite. Tests of the prototype have confirmed that the motor output necessary for EVs can be achieved, the company said.Proterial, formerly known as Hitachi Metals, said last year that computer simulations had confirmed that fer...
Release time: 2023 - 07 - 31
source:DesignNewsThe National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) is helping stakeholders and innovators identify US domestic sources of rare earth elements (REEs) with a number of new solutions that design and manufacturing engineers may find useful. According to NETL, such domestic sources would insulate the United States from disruptions in global trade of REEs.NETL’s Kelly Rose, technical director of the Science-based Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Institute, said in a news release that “these resources can help stakeholders see where REEs might be found, how much of the mine...
Release time: 2023 - 07 - 28
source:INNOVNTIONIn the hopes of developing a rare earth elements mine, new Australian company OD6 Metals has started exploration work in the South West of the continent.OD6 Metals is an Australian public company pursuing exploration and development opportunities within the critical minerals sector. The company has successfully identified clay-hosted rare earth elements at its 100% owned Splinter Rock and Grass Patch Projects and aims to delineate and define economic resources and reserves of rare earth elements (REE), in particular neodymium (Nd) and praseodymium (Pr), which can be developed ...
Release time: 2023 - 07 - 27
source:techxploreThe periodic table you may remember from chemistry class had two additional rows of elements below the main table. In the top added row are rare earth elements, metals critical in everyday technologies like cell phones and flat-screen TVs. Their global demand has skyrocketed for use in renewable energy technologies like solar panels and electric vehicles.So-called 'rare earths,' metals with names like Yttrium and Scandium, are not really all that rare. Most are more abundant than silver, gold and platinum. They are found in small concentrations, rather than in large, n...
Release time: 2023 - 07 - 24
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