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magnetic permeability

n.
The degree of magnetization of a substance in a given magnetic field, equal to the ratio of magnetic flux density to magnetic field strength.
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High flux density and magnetic permeability of nano-crystalline soft magnetic materials has gained widespread attention of electrical transmission industry, with regard to their use in transformer cores.
We formulate expressions for the relative magnetic permeability in terms of the dimensionless field intensity h = H/[H.sub.*]:
High magnetic permeability, along with robust flux density, of nano-crystalline soft magnetic materials has propelled their employment in power transmission industry, witnessing increased used as transformer cores.
Inspection--Magnetic permeability Having the magnetic permeability via Severn Gage data verified against a test verification block offers confidence in the magnetic signature of tested materials.
The resistivity and magnetic permeability of conductors also have an important effect on signal transmission, as do the effects of dielectric materials associated with the transmission lines.
To control the spacecraft, DC electromagnets consisting of a coil and a long cylindrical core of a material with high magnetic permeability are used [1].
The composite material consisting of spherical scatters can be described as a homogeneous medium in the subwavelength limit and the effective electric permittivity and effective magnetic permeability are [[epsilon].sub.eff]([omega]) and [[mu].sub.eff] ([omega]), respectively.
For magnetic wires, the magnetic permeability is p, and the magnetic flux density can be expressed as
The change in tension force can be obtained by measuring variations in magnetic permeability of prestressed tendons.
where [mu] is the magnetic permeability of the specimen, [rho] is the radial electrical resistivity of the specimen material looks as the medium value, and d is the diameter of the core sample.
where [[mu].sub.0] is the magnetic permeability of free space, [V.sub.m] is the volume of the particle, [chi] is the magnetic susceptibility, and [[??].sub.a] is the applied external magnetic field.