magnetic permeability


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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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To this aim the reluctance of each member has to be minimized and this implies a decreasing of the gap, characterising the magnetic circuit, and an increasing of both the magnetic permeability and the cross sectional area.
Secondly, we use the condition of equivalence of the magnetic fields of the circuit with the conduction current at large distances from it and a magnetic dipole in a homogeneous medium with absolute magnetic permeability [mu] [5].
0] is the magnetic permeability, I is the current value and t is measurement time.
The magnetic flux through steel plates is introduced by the method of magnetic latching, there coefficient of friction is considered as [micro] and magnetic permeability is considered as [micro.
As a result, we confirmed that higher magnetic permeability materials have larger effects to reduce the fundamental frequency's radiated emissions.
Given the 1D PC periodicity, the generalized conductivity and magnetic permeability can be expanded in Fourier series:
The housing sports two closely fit magnets attached and capable of offering high magnetic permeability.
By cascading enough periods of aforementioned concentric rings and formed in either periodic or aperiodic fashion, artificial materials can be realized with unique effective magnetic permeability response.
b] is induced magnetic field, [beta]e is the Hall parameter, [beta]i is the ion slip parameter, and [mu]' is magnetic permeability.
The magnetic permeability parameters corresponding to the above transformation can be given:
Now we consider RHM-LHM multilayered systems in which layers A are non-dispersive RHM materials and layers B consist of dispersive LHM metamaterials with both electric permittivity and magnetic permeability given by the Drude model, i.
Through use of LFM as the primary data set, pipe joints can be categorised by their magnetic permeability characteristics, which helps pipeline understand the types of pipe in a particular system.