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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Rare Earth Permanent Magnets

Deadline for Paper Submission: June 30, 2018

Engineering is an international peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by Chinese Academy of Engineering. The journal is published on a bimonthly basis in English. Online versions are available through and

Rare earth permanent magnets (REPM) have been widely used in the energy industry, information and communication industry, automobile industry, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering and other fields. China has become the world's largest production base and application market of REPM, and has achieved great leap from the big country of rare earth resources to the big provider of REPM products. In 2016, China's production of REPM green compacts amounted to 140,000 tons, of which 26,9oo tons exported. China's REPM industry has become one of the few industries with important status and great influence in the world. With the requirements of applying sintered Nd-Fe-B magnets in wind power generation, hybrid cars/pure electric cars and energy-efficient appliances and low carbon economy in the field of rapid increase, double-high magnets (high energy product and high coercivity) and low cost are the main direction of the development of magnets, to meet the new situation of applying REPMs in emerging areas and the rising prices of raw materials, also to promote the efficiency of rare earth resources. In recent years, great progress has been made in the field of high-performance REPMs, heavy rare earth reduction technology, hot pressing and deformation technology, waste magnet recycling and so on. The special issue “Rare earth Permanent Magnets” of Engineering seeks to lead researches and to establish a forum for the discussion of recent progresses on (a) improvement of magnetic properties, (b) reasonable and balanced usage of rare earth resources, (c) recycling of REPMs, (d) advanced characterization of microstructures and magnetic properties, (e) and extensively exploration on novel permanent magnets. This issue will publish original research papers and reviews including but not limited to the following fields:


·           High performance magnets

·           Rare earth free magnets

·           Processing and properties

·           Thin films and nanocomposites

·           Modeling and advanced characterization

·           Applications

Paper Length:

6 pages in general

Editorial Board of the Special Issue:

ISSN Print: 2095-8099
ISSN Online: 2096-0026
CN: 10-1244/N
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