The indicated magnetic field is the magnetic flux density on the magnet's surface in the middle of the wall with the poles. This can be relatively reliably calculated based on tried and tested formulas for calculating the magnetic field intensity around the magnet.
The calculator is intended for calculating the strength of standard neodymium magnets. Magnetic holders with magnets, e.g., cylindrical ones or ones like our treasure hunting magnets or conical magnetic screw holders, usually have a higher surface force than plain cylinders without a hole.
Lines of magnetic force are non-intersecting lines that run from north to south on the outside and from south to north on the inside of the magnet. The force of the magnet is closer to its pole and decreases towards the center, so to roughly examine the force of a neodymium magnet, we have created a magnet strength calculator that theoretically checks this.
To perform the calculations, select the shape of the neodymium magnet below...
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When selecting the perfect magnet for your application, many factors need to be considered. Magnets come in various shapes, sizes, and strengths - not to mention the many different magnetic materials to choose from. Remember! There is no such thing as a monopole magnet, they do not exist at this stage and have not been observed or invented - if you discover monopoles, you will probably win the Nobel Prize in physics.
Magnetism is the physical force of attraction or repulsion that acts on objects based on their fundamental magnetic properties. Magnets must and always have opposite poles, i.e., south and north. If you break a magnet in half, you will get two new magnets, each with a north and south pole.
However, the overall magnetic strength of magnets (in addition to thickness) is influenced by several parameters such as:
- magnet type (i.e., the material it is made of),
- magnetic grid,
- shape and pole surface area,
- its weight determines how it affects other magnets or objects.
Expert-Supported Magnetic Calculators
Our magnetic calculators are provided for your convenience and are intended to assist you in choosing a design path. In the real world, there are many variables that these calculations cannot account for - although our calculators cannot answer every question, our world-class team of engineers is available to address any inquiries you may have. Whether you are trying to select the best magnet for a DIY project or an industrial application, no project is too big or too small for us, and we look forward to hearing from you and answering any magnet-related questions.