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magnetic intensity

n.
A quantity used in describing magnetic phenomena in terms of their magnetic fields and magnetization.
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Noun1.magnetic intensity - the amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flowmagnetic intensity - the amount of magnetic flux in a unit area perpendicular to the direction of magnetic flow
field intensity, field strength - the vector sum of all the forces exerted by an electrical or magnetic field (on a unit mass or unit charge or unit magnetic pole) at a given point in the field
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The magnetic total magnetic intensity (TMI) grid data of the Riqueza Project geophysical survey of the four areas, discussed above, was analysed to produce new 3D inversions models using the Geosoft magnetic vector inversion (MVI) code.
It has 50% more magnetic intensity than the leading competitor at the point of contact, said the company.
The raw field data are refined and the total magnetic intensity, reduction to pole, horizontal gradient, upward continuation and residual magnetic maps are prepared using computer oriented software, MagPick and MagMap.
The magnetic moment cannot keep up with the temporal change of magnetic intensity owing to the high frequency, but at 3 MHz, the real part of the relative permeability is a binary change of 1.5 on the low-frequency side and -1 on the high-frequency side.
But the tag will be easier activated and quicker read if the magnetic intensity is stronger.
What are the limits to magnetic intensity: could the cells "clump" together in a more intense magnetic field?
Magnetic intensity lines are in the plane that is perpendicular to the direction of the particle's velocity.
Nevertheless, the magnetostress has a remarkable dependence on magnetic intensity and would reach saturation at large field.
On the basis of the variation in magnetic intensity across the study area, there was a high magnetic intensity at the eastern region and low magnetic intensity at the western region of the contour maps.