Poles apart: magnetic gearing offers efficiency improvements

A magnetically geared drive has no metal touching metal - the engaging elements stay just a few millimetres apart, but it yields surprisingly high torque. Image: Magnomatics

Even for the latest motor developments, gear losses are just one of those unavoidable realities. Or are they?

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