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flux density

n. Physics
Flux per unit area.

flux density

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(General Physics) physics the amount of flux per unit of cross-sectional area
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Noun1.flux density - (physics) the number of changes in energy flow across a given surface per unit area
density, denseness - the amount per unit size
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Among the experiments, are a load test of a direct-current series motor, a back-to-back test on two identical transformers (the Sumpnor Test), to measure the iron loss at different flux densities with a Lloyd Fisher magnetic square, to plot magnetization characteristics and load characteristics of metadyne generators, and calibrating a wattmeter and ammeter by Crompton's potentiometer.
The heat flux densities have been analyzed at 6000 RPM as well as at 9500 RPM.
The equations for the flux densities resulting from this current sheet are described in [13].
Theoretical studies suggest that constant magnetic flux densities in the range of 25-100 Tesla would be required to affect ionic currents of nerve processes [7],[8].
The flux densities in different parts of the machine (pole, yoke, mover, air-gap) have to be computed.
9 illustrate a few samples of the first harmonic of the vertical and horizontal air gap flux densities generated individually by the PMs and primary currents which are evaluated using Maxwell's equations and FEM.
Sintered magnets were chosen over bonded magnets due to its higher remnant flux densities and operating temperatures.
7(a) that high flux densities appear in and around the air gap, while the flux density in the secondary core remains limited.
It must be said that heat flux densities on the condensate film surface and on the condensate surface (i.
The purpose of the FEM is to get the overall picture of the saturation levels in various parts of the machine, to compare the flux densities obtained from FEM and sizing analysis.
This was achieved by extruding different thermoplastic melts through a capillary die with adjustable magnetic flux densities.
Heat flux densities were measured on inner and outer surfaces of the wall with out air gap, inner and internal air gap surfaces of the wall with air gap.