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    Permanent Magnets 2010-2020
    A Comprehensive Overview of the Global Permanent Magnet Industry
    By:
    Walter Benecki, Walter T. Benecki LLC
    Terry K. Clagett, WebMagnetics Inc.
    Dr. Stanley Trout, Spontaneous Materials
    Outline

Preface

1.0 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Material and Geographic Region

1.1 Total Magnet production 2005-2020

1.2 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Material

1.2.1 Ferrite

1.2.2 NdFeB

1.2.3 SmCo

1.2.4 Alnico

1.3 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Geographic Region

1.3.1 China

1.3.2 Europe

1.3.3 Japan

1.3.4 USA

1.3.5 All Other

1.4 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Market Share

2.0 2010-2020 Magnet Production Statistics by Material and Geographic Region

2.1 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Material

2.1.1 Ferrite

2.1.2 NdFeB

2.1.3 SmCo

2.1.4 Alnico

2.2 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Geographic Region

2.2.1 China

2.2.2 Europe

2.2.3 Japan

2.2.4 USA

2.2.5 All Others

2.3 2005-2009 Magnet Production Statistics by Market Share

2.4 Acknowledgements

3.0 Current & Future Applications and Technologies

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Computer Hard Drives

3.3 Permanent Magnet Motors

3.3.1 Industrial Motors

3.3.2 Automotive Motors

3.3.3 Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

3.3.4 Electric Bicycles

3.3.5 Appliances & HVAC

3.3.6 Other Motor Applications

3.4 Loudspeakers

3.5 Wind Turbines

3.6 Sensors

3.7 Magnetic Resonance Imaging

3.8 Magnetic Separation Equipment

3.9 Consumer Electronics

3.10 Advertising and Promotional Products

3.11 Magnetic Braking Systems

3.12 Magnetically Levitated Transportation Systems

3.13 Military & Aerospace

3.14 Reprographics

3.15 Magnetic Refrigeration Systems

3.16 Energy Storage Systems

3.17 Permanent Magnet Nano-Technology

3.18 Other Applications

3.19 Future Energy Efficiency Drivers

4.0 China’s Current and Future Industry Status

4.1 Production Statistics – China 2009 Tonnage, US Dollars and Market Share

4.2 Production Forecast: China 2010 – 2020

4.2.1 Sintered Ferrite

4.2.2 Bonded Ferrite

4.2.3 Sintered NdFeB

4.2.4 Bonded NdFeB

4.2.5 Samarium Cobalt

4.2.6 Alnico

4.3 Chinese Government’s Magnet and Rare Earth Resource Strategy

4.4 Summary

5.0 Review and Update of Major Magnet Industry Patents

5.1 Alnico

5.2 Ferrite

5.3 Samarium Cobalt

5.4 Neodymium Iron Boron

6.0 Raw Material Issues Impacting the Magnet Industry

6.1 Iron Oxide

6.1.1 The Lurgi Process

6.1.2 The Ruthner Process

6.1.3 China Enters the Market

6.1.4 Price Trends

6.1.5 Summary

6.2 Cobalt

6.2.1 Cobalt Supply

6.2.2 Production

6.2.3 Demand

6.2.4 Price Trends

6.2.5 Summary

6.3 Rare Earth Oxides

6.3.1 Rare Earth Supply

6.3.2 Major Rare Earth Resources

6.3.2.1 Baotou Iron & Steel Group

6.3.2.2 Avalon Rare Metals, Inc.

6.3.2.3 Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.

6.3.2.4 Lynas Corporation

6.3.2.5 Molycorp Minerals LLC

6.3.3 Other Rare Earth Resources

6.3.3.1 Alkane Resources Ltd.

6.3.3.2 Arafura Resources Ltd.

6.3.3.3 Greenland Mineral & Energy Ltd.

6.3.3.4 Rare Element Resources Ltd.

6.3.3.5 U.S. Rare Earths, Inc.

6.3.4 Rare Earth Oxide Demand

6.3.5 Rare Earth Oxide Price Drivers

6.3.6 Chinese Government Export Allocations

6.3.7 Rare Earth market Price Sources

6.3.8 Summary

7.0 Human Resource Issues Confronting the Magnet Community

7.1 The Decline of Western Talent

7.2 Momentum is Building in China

7.3 Foreign Student Migration to the US

7.4 The Impact on the West

7.5 Summary

8.0 Review of Current University Magnet Research Initiatives

8.1 Ames Laboratory (Iowa State)

8.2 University of Birmingham

8.3 University of Dayton

8.4 University of Delaware

8.5 IFW Dresden

8.6 National Institute of Materials Science

8.7 Northeastern University

8.8 Southwest Institute of Applied Magnetics

8.9 University of Texas at Arlington

8.10 Trinity College (University of Dublin)

8.11 Technical University of Vienna

9.0 Magnet Industry Associations

9.1 China Magnetic Materials Device Association

9.2 IEEE Magnetics Society

9.3 The Japan Association of Bonded Magnetic Materials

9.4 Rare Earth Industry and Technology Association

9.5 SMMA - The Motor and Motion Association

9.6 UK Magnetics Society

9.7 United States Magnetic Materials Association

10.0 Directory of 486 Magnet Producers, Distributors & Fabricators (Including individual company commentary and ranking)

10.1 The Americas (including Central & South America) – 92 Companies

10.2 Europe & Middle East (including Eastern Europe & Africa) – 72 Companies

10.3 Asia & Australia (including Japan, Russia, India & New Zealand) – 322 Companies

11.0 Directory of 34 Magnetic Powder Producers

12.0 Directory of 106 Magnetic Industry Service Providers

12.1 Instrumentation & Measurement Equipment – 36 Companies

12.2 Software for Magnetic Circuit Design – 18 Companies

12.3 Industry Consultants – 45 Companies

12.4 Industry Publications – 7 Publications

13.0 Appendices

13.1 Permanent Magnet Basics

13.2 Magnetic Materials in Automotive Systems

13.3 The Development of the Rare Earth Magnet Industry

13.4 Sintered NdFeB Magnets: Neomax Patent & License Status

13.5 Magnequench Patent Information Guide

13.6 China’s Rare Earth Elements Industry: What Can the West Learn?

13.7 What Rare Earth Crisis?

13.8 Rare Materials – How Scarce are They?

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This confidential report constitutes the best judgment of the authors and contains information based on estimates and gathered from industry sources. It does not represent technical, financial, legal, tax or general business advice. The information provided is intended to be as accurate as possible but the authors assume no responsibility for any errors or omissions in content, or losses or damages that might result because of reliance on this material. Reproduction or distribution of this report is expressly prohibited.

Walter Benecki, Walter T. Benecki LLC
Terry K. Clagett, WebMagnetics Inc.
Dr. Stanley Trout, Spontaneous Materials