magnetostatic


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magnetostatic

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈstætɪk)
adj
relating to magnetostatics
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The exterior transmission problem (2.1), (2.2), (2.4) for the electro--or magnetostatic potential allows the reformulation as two integral equations in the meridian plane for the boundary potential and the boundary flux, which can be solved successively.
Moreover, to retrieve the electrostatic and magnetostatic solutions, one has to go back to "the drawing board" to rederive the the equations for them.
where [E.sub.ani], [E.sub.ms], [E.sub.exch], and [E.sub.external] are magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy, magnetostatic energy, exchange energy, and Zeeman energy, respectively.
For a magnetostatic charge of strength [q.sub.m] fixed at the origin, the solution of the preceding equations is
In the modeling procedure, the circuit equation is solved iteratively, coupled to a 2D FEM magnetostatic computation and the mechanical equation of the armature motion.
Ilic, "Hybrid Boundary Element Method for Multi-layer Electrostatic and Magnetostatic Problems", Electromagnetics, Taylor & Francis, vol.
(iii) magnetostatic: solving the opposite issue of magnetostatic in the destination of the magnetizing trend from magnetic anomaly (symptom of defects, stress concentration zone, and change of element shape).
As an alternative for the homogeneous magnetostatic field synthesis, this paper proposes a simple semi-analytical method for designing coil-systems.
The associated equation of motion yields the Poisson equation for magnetostatic potentials.
ARIOLI, Linear algebra methods in a mixed approximation of magnetostatic problems, SIAM J.
Following introductions to fundamental units and prefixes, electrical sources and fundamental quantities, sinusoidal waves, and complex numbers, his 11 chapters cover vectors and fields, basic laws of electromagnetics, uniform plane waves, transmission lines, modified Maxwell's equations and potential functions, source in infinite space, electrostatic fields, magnetostatic fields, waveguides and cavity resonators, and numerical techniques.
The bandwidth of this type of isolator is limited at the upper frequency by the dispersion characteristics of the microstrip lines and at the lower frequency by the propagation of magnetostatic waves.
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