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magnetostatics

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈstætɪks)
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(General Physics) (functioning as singular) physics the study of steady-state magnetic fields
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In the well-known works, for the calculation of the magnetostatic field of the cores the methods of demagnetization coefficients [2, 3] and integral equations [1, 4, 5] are developed.
[55] showed that the decrease of [H.sub.cJ] with increasing grain size in hard magnets is caused by the nonuniform magnetostatic field in the polyhedral grains.
Khosropour, "Lagrangian formulation of a magnetostatic field in the presence of a minimal length scale based on the Kempf algebra," Int.
The derived method can be extended to capture also flows with particles that have a high magnetic susceptibility, in the case when the fluid flows through the area of a non-uniform external magnetostatic field, which gives rise to a magnetophoretic force.
The second chapter presents the mathematics of electro- and magnetostatic field theory, classical electromagnetic field theory, quantum field theory, and self-field theory.
This is especially important for low frequency where the electrostatic field is decoupled from the magnetostatic field. Both of them, (48) and (B4), need to be solved in tandem to overcome the low- frequency inaccuracy problem.
The power flow along the surface wave of an axially magnetized plasma column has been investigated in [8-10] and the power carried by the surface wave modes have been presented as a function of frequency for different values of the column radius and the magnetostatic field in [8].
Afjei, "Magnetostatic field analysis regarding the effects of dynamic eccentricity in switched reluctance motor," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol.
Stratton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) had a remarkable background in both mathematical physics and electrical engineering, as well as great enthusiasm, and in this facsimile reprint he vigorously explains field equations, including Maxwell's equations, stress and energy, including energy flow and forces in a magnetostatic field, the electrostatic field, including dielectric polarization, the magnetostatic field, including calculations of the field of a current distribution, plane waves in unbounded and isotropic media, cylindrical waves, spherical waves, radiation, and boundary-value problems including the reflection and refraction of a plane surface.
Porter, and Jason Eicke, Comparison of magnetostatic field calculation methods on two-dimensional square grids as applied to a micromagnetic standard problem, J.
To account for the dependence of the ferrite's permeability tensor on the externally applied static magnetic bias field, the magnetostatic field must first be computed.

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