Aviation refers to the navigation activities of manned or unmanned vehicles in the earth's atmosphere; spaceflight refers to the navigation activities of manned or unmanned spacecraft outside the earth's atmosphere, also known as space flight or cosmic voyage. In order to expand social production, human beings are bound to open up new spaces for activities. From the land to the sea, from the sea to the atmosphere, and then to the cosmic space, is such a process of humans gradually expanding the scope of activities.
Aerospace is the product of the human expansion of the atmosphere and cosmic space. After more than a hundred years of rapid development, aerospace has become one of the most active and influential fields of science and technology in the 21st century, and the major achievements in this field mark the latest development of human civilization and characterize the advanced level of science and technology of a country.
Aerospace technology is transferred to other sectors of the national economy through new technologies, new products, new materials, new processes and new management methods, leading to the development of related industries and generating very considerable indirect economic benefits.
TYPES OF AEROSPACE MAGNETS
Aerospace applications require strong, durable magnets, and the industry requirements make rare earth magnets a great solution for aerospace applications. The common magnets for the aerospace industry include:
Alnico, Samarium Cobalt, Neodymium, Ceramic (Ferrite)
AEROSPACE INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
Some of the common aerospace applications that require magnets or magnetic assemblies include:
Motor& Generator, Magnetic Sensors, Magnetic Couplings, Magnetic Bearings,