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eddy current

n
(General Physics) an electric current induced in a massive conductor, such as the core of an electromagnet, transformer, etc, by an alternating magnetic field. Also called: Foucault current
Translations
Wirbelstrom
pyörrevirta

eddy current

n (Phys) → corrente f di Foucault
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Kawamura, "A study on Eddy-current losses in rotors of surface permanent-magnet synchronous machines," IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, vol.
It combines the eddy-current principle and a magnetic field, allowing inspectors to test walls up to 22 mm thick as well as coated surfaces.
However, transient eddy-current simulations that utilize (10) or (12) can be very time intensive when incorporated into a dynamic mechanical system.
14) investigated lift-off invariance observed within narrow time windows in pulsed eddy-current signals.
An integrated eddy-current sensor measures the distance of the sensor to the surface of the roll.
com)-- To support designers requiring multichannel displacement sensing in a compact package, Lion Precision has released the ECL150 Eddy-Current Displacement Sensor.
An Efficient Harmonic Method for Solving Nonlinear Time-Periodic Eddy-Current Problems, IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, no.
The standards, which include coated metal plates and polystyrene blocks, can be used to verify the accuracy and operation of any Type 1 (mechanical) and Type 2 (electronic) magnetic, eddy-current, or ultrasonic coating thickness gage.
The standards can be used to verify the accuracy and operation of any Type 1 (mechanical) and Type 2 (electronic) magnetic, eddy-current or ultrasonic coating thickness gage.
With metal prices having been so high, everybody is trying to recover more metals out of the mix (besides what can be recovered using "standard" magnet and eddy-current technology)," Hottenstein says.
VALLI, Weak and strong formulations for the time-harmonic eddy-current problem in general multi-connected domains, European J.
The eddy-current drive (also called a magnetically-coupled adjustable speed drive), which consists of an eddy-current clutch and associated controls, is favored for heavy-duty applications with high starting torque and severe shock loads.