Concerted European Action on Magnets (CEAM)

  • I. V. Mitchell
  • J. M. D. Coey
  • D. Givord
  • I. R. Harris
  • R. Hanitsch

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Research Collaboration in Europe — The Example of Ceam

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
  3. Rare Earth Permanent Magnets — the Contribution of CEAM

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 17-17
    2. J. M. D. Coey, D. Givord, I. R. Harris, R. Hanitsch
      Pages 19-33
  4. Final Reports of Participants

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 35-35
    2. Materials

      1. D. G. Pettifor, P. Mohn, J. Staunton, P. Collins
        Pages 39-52
      2. K. H. J. Buschow, D. B. de Mooij
        Pages 63-75
      3. J. M. D. Coey, H. S. Li, J. P. Gavigan, J. M. Cadogan, B. P. Hu
        Pages 76-97
      4. J. Allemand, C. Bertrand, J. Le Roy, J. M. Moreau, D. Paccard, L. Paccard et al.
        Pages 98-108
      5. C. Christides, A. Kostikas, D. Niarchos, A. Simopoulos, G. Zouganelis
        Pages 109-121
      6. D. Cochet-Muchy, S. Païdassi
        Pages 130-133
      7. K. H. J. Buschow, D. G. Pettifor
        Pages 159-160
      8. J. J. M. Franse, S. Sinnema, R. Verhoef, R. J. Radwański, F. R. de Boer, A. Menovsky
        Pages 174-187
      9. L. Pareti, O. Moze, M. Solzi, F. Bolzoni, G. Asti, G. Marusi
        Pages 188-202
      10. K. H. J. Buschow, S. Heisz, G. Hilscher, P. Hundegger, R. Grössinger, H. Kirchmayr et al.
        Pages 203-213
      11. D. Fruchart, P. Wolfers, S. Miraglia, L. Pontonnier, F. Vaillant, H. Vincent et al.
        Pages 214-229
      12. Robert Fruchart, Philippe l’Héritier, Daniel Fruchart, Pierre Wolfers, Alain Yaouanc
        Pages 230-239
      13. P. A. Algarabel, J. I. Arnaudas, J. Bartolomé, J. Chaboy, A. Del Moral, J. M. Fernández et al.
        Pages 240-258
      14. J. J. M. Franse, H. R. Kirchmayr
        Pages 259-261
      15. G. Czjzek, H.-J. Bornemann
        Pages 323-329
      16. G. Czjzek, D. Niarchos
        Pages 331-331
      17. Gerhard Schneider, Ernst-Theo Henig, Bernd Grieb, Gerhard Knoch
        Pages 335-357
      18. C. Allibert, G. Schneider
        Pages 377-378
      19. D. Givord, P. Tenaud, T. Viadieu
        Pages 381-391
      20. H. Kronmüller, K.-D. Durst
        Pages 392-404
      21. P. J. Grundy, D. G. Lord, S. F. H. Parker, R. J. Pollard
        Pages 405-417
      22. G. C. Hadjipanayis
        Pages 418-423
      23. A. Chamberod, F. Vanoni
        Pages 436-448
      24. S. Stieler, K. Zeibig, M. Kemper, W. Kurtz, A. Höhler, R. Beranek et al.
        Pages 449-462
      25. J. Fidler, P. Grundy
        Pages 463-464
    3. Magnet Processing

      1. D. Kennedy, D. W. A. Murphy
        Pages 467-479
      2. S. Sattelberger, R. Hähn
        Pages 480-488
      3. I. R. Harris, J. S. Abell, P. J. McGuiness, E. J. Devlin, P. A. Withey
        Pages 489-509
      4. E. Rozendaal, J. Ormerod, P. J. McGuiness, I. R. Harris
        Pages 510-520
      5. M. Stewart, M. G. Gee, B. Roebuck
        Pages 532-542

About this book


The beneficial impact of the European communities involvement in scientific research and technology is wide-ranging and pervasive. There are high hopes of major advances in scientific knowledge and technological processes, while the emergence of a genuine tradition of collaborative research holds out great and continuing promise for the future. Close, frequent and long-term cooperation between universities, research centres and industry is already generating new synergies, forging a truly European scientific community. Many of tomorrows industrial developments, destined to be determinant for our economic success and prosperity, will spring from this research. The Concerted European Action on Magnets - CEAM - project is a prime example of collaborative research and development. Financed from the Communities STIMULATION action and implemented with the help of EURAM, the advanced materials programme, CEAM will bestow great benefits on European industrial competitiveness, providing a channel for high quality basic research to find its way into commercial products. This remarkable cooperative enterprise brought t~gether 58 laboratories and more than 120 scientists and englneers in a sustained thirty month effort. It spanned every aspect of new iron-based high performance magnets from theoretical modelling of their intrinsic magnetic properties to the design and construction of novel electrical devices and machines. Besides adding a new European dimension to advanced magnetic technology, CEAM also ensured that a whole new generation of young researchers and technicians have been trained in applied magnetism.


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Editors and affiliations

  • I. V. Mitchell
    • 1
  • J. M. D. Coey
    • 2
  • D. Givord
    • 3
  • I. R. Harris
    • 4
  • R. Hanitsch
    • 5
  1. 1.Commission of the European CommunitiesBrusselsBelgium
  2. 2.Trinity CollegeDublinIreland
  3. 3.Laboratoire Louis NéelCNRSGrenobleFrance
  4. 4.University of BirminghamUK
  5. 5.Technische Universität BerlinFederal Republic of Germany

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7003-4
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-1135-2
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