eddy current


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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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Two-scale homogenization of the nonlinear eddy current problem with FEM.
(1) Eddy currents When magnetic flux changes in a conductor of electricity, it can induce a vortex-shaped current within the conductor, according to the laws of electromagnetic induction.
In an attempt to improve the practicality of the Eddy Current Separator, particularly for recycling sites that stockpile a large amount of their feed materials, Master Magnets ECS systems are now available as a mobile tracked machine.
The excitation unit inducing eddy current in the material under test is usually a cylindrical coil.
Following closing, CSI will operate as a subsidiary of Versa, furthering Versa's eddy current services and product offerings.
The base unit accepts one of two interchangeable modules and, in addition to eddy current testing, supports ultrasound scanning.
But, in the TWIH analysis there has not been applicable approaches to reduce computation time except single attempt to apply a method that combined a neural network with FEA to the design of a TWIH system to offset the resulting inhomogeneous eddy current or power density [9].
CITATION: Lacerte, M., Pouliot, G., Plante, J., and Mcheau, P., "Design and Experimental Demonstration of a Seamless Automated Manual Transmission using an Eddy Current Torque Bypass Clutch for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles," SAE Int.
Eddy current in aircraft skin also induces magnetic field, a portion of which surrounds the cable and that is the reason why mutual inductance exists.
One of the main problems of NdFeB permanent magnet synchronous motor is thermal demagnetization, which is caused by the permanent magnet eddy current loss.
Eddy current measurement utilizes the principle of electromagnetic induction to detect the distance between a transducer, a current carrying coil, and the nearest conductive surface.