Barkhausen


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Barkhausen

(German ˈbarkhaʊzən)
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(Biography) Heinrich Georg. 1881–1956, German physicist; discovered that ferromagnetic material in an increasing magnetic field becomes magnetized in discrete jumps (the Barkhausen effect)
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CYPRESS The Cache River State Natural Area's Barkhausen Center will host two upcoming programs Sept.
Objectivism is defended not only by robust realists but also by relaxed realists, such as Scanlon, Being Realistic about Reasons, and some naturalists, such as Jackson and Pettit, "Moral Functionalism and Moral Motivation." Arguably, they all face the evolutionary challenge; see Barkhausen, "Reductionist Moral Realism and the Contingency of Moral Evolution"; and Clarke-Doane, "Objectivity and Reliability."
Type of service: Renewal of audiovisual media technology in 5 seminar rooms and 9 offices of the Barkhausen building of the TU Dresden.
4.a is based on the Barkhausen criterion which states that the looped system starts oscillating at frequency [F.sub.0] so that between the input of the LNA and the output of the resonator it has a voltage gain higher than 0 dB and a phase shift multiple of 360 [degrees].
Schlosser T, Konorza T, Hunold P, Kuhl H, Schmermund A, Barkhausen et al.
[7.] Kasten P, Luginbuhl R, van Griensven M, Barkhausen T, Krettek C, Bohner M, Bosch U.
The selection of magnetic core is especially important for design, which will mainly consider the following factors [19,20]: high magnetic permeability, low coercivity, low magnetostriction, low Barkhausen noise, low internal stress and structure defect, low saturation magnetization, high surface evenness, and high electrical resistivity.
What's more, optionally available for the unit are surface finish measurement and Barkhausen Noise Analysis capabilities.
For further study, the temperature stress detection method based on the principle of and Barkhausen noise can be applied.
JULIAN MAX BARKHAUSEN, "Morality without Objectivity." Adviser: David Velleman.
Edited by Jorg Barkhausen, Achim Rody, and Fritz K.