flux line

flux line

[′fləks ‚līn]
(solid-state physics)
(physics)
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When a magnetic field produces either a design or a flux line on COLRink printed on a substrate, hidden features can be revealed by the use of a point light source such as a cell phone.
In addition, two-dimensional analysis of magnetic flux line of the two states is performed using a commercial FEM tool, ANSYS software, and is shown in Fig.
However, this method may be applied only for paramagnetic materials because in case of ferromagnetic material magnetic flux line will be <<pulled-in>> into the material and in a vapor dynamic channel the field will disappear.
If the air-gap path g([psi], [theta]) lies along a flux line, as proposed in [13], the directions of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] coincide at any point and Equation (13) becomes
An energized transformer is an electromagnet and therefore creates similar magnetic flux line patterns.
Pinning a few lines in a heavily entangled flux liquid would constrain the motion of an interlocking network of neighbors and might allow larger supercurrents to build up before flux line motion degrades them," he says.
As the [theta] increases, the axial flux line can also thread through loops.
A charged (Kerr-Newman) black hole would necessarily possess a magnetosphere due to its rotation but its flux lines would lead directly to the event horizon: oppositely charged particles would be strongly attracted to it, spiralling along the lines of magnetic flux to swiftly neutralise the black hole.