Related to Magneto-electric: Magneto-electric machine, magnetoelectric effect


a.1.(Physics) Pertaining to, or characterized by, electricity by the action of magnets; as, magneto-electric induction.
Magneto-electric machine
a form of dynamo-electric machine in which the field is maintained by permanent steel magnets instead of electro-magnets.
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This offers a huge amount of flexibility in designing artificial structures for diverse magneto-electric and magneto-optical applications," co-senior author Steven Louie from Berkeley Lab said in (https://newscenter.
The experiments will be performed applying a combination of experimental methods including photoelectron spectroscopy, single molecule conduction, light-induced electron transfer, and spin specific conduction through magneto-electric devices.
The 57 papers cover materials science and engineering; artificial intelligence and data mining, data, image and signal processing, intelligent automation and control; computer science and information technologies; electrical and magneto-electric applications, and advanced technologies in social, education, economics, statistics, and management applications.
Other topics include a bi-axial magneto-electric vibration energy harvester, optical fibers for distributed corrosion sensing, guided waves for aircraft panel monitoring, modeling of nonlinear Lamb waves, and compressive sensing techniques.
The 'Mystic Magneto-Electric Carriage' in Mystic Manor is by far the most sophisticated ride system in Disney's history.
The concept car, unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show, has an electric drive-based on the current smart fortwo electric drive with the 55 kW magneto-electric motor housed at the rear.
The concept car, which will be revealed in the metal at the Frankfurt motor show next week, has an electric drive based on the current smart fortwo electric drive with the 55 kW magneto-electric motor housed at the rear.
In this paper, a new wideband magneto-electric dipole antenna is proposed.
The media can be divided basically into reciprocal [51] and nonreciprocal magneto-electric materials [42, 52, 53].
Bismuth ferric oxide (BFO) is one of the new classes of materials known as magneto-electric materials, which exhibit co-existence of interrelated electric and magnetic dipole structures within a certain range of temperatures.
The MFL can be detected by the magneto-electric transducer such as Hall sensor.