magnetic shielding

magnetic shielding

[mag′ned·ik ′shēld·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
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Contract notice: Physikalisch-technische-bundesanstalt -ptb- measuring cabin automatic 2 - 14-2016 - development and construction of an additional magnetic shielding in a multi-shielded measuring room.
Physical or magnetic shielding from space radiation, particularly protecting against high energy galactic cosmic rays (GCR) and sudden solar particle events (SPEs), is not currently feasible.
Integral's ElectriPlast products are designed to serve the electrical and magnetic shielding needs for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, cable and alternative energy.
They provide high data capacity and multi-constructions in miniaturised format with electro magnetic shielding for safe clinical operation and surgery, and comply fully with EU and other international directives.
html for various applications such as electrical, electronic, telecommunications, computing, military, cleanroom, control panel, environmental test chambers, consoles, magnetic shielding, tool boxes, wireways, radomes, protection of switches & controls, machine operator interface, industrial PCs, modular applications, instrumentation, storage and other uses.
The mobile unit also includes active magnetic shielding, permitting the light-weight high field magnet to be transported in the trailer.
The further work will be focussed on the obtaining of bulk nanocrystalline ferromagnetic alloy in shape of socket used for magnetic shielding.
has launched its Nanovate EM coating, which is designed to provide low frequency magnetic shielding to polymer, composite and metal parts.
Laird, which makes magnetic shielding, heat management and antennae equipment for products such as cars and laptop computers, said its margin improved in the third-quarter from the first half, helped by a weaker pound.
Application examples include the calculation of currents in biological tissues under electrical stimulation, superconducting magnetic shielding, magnetic levitation, electromagnetic nondestructive testing, and electromagnetic and thermal analysis.
If the device has its own magnetic shielding, then the question arises whether the pick-up sensor should be located within the passive shielding or outside.
If magnetic shielding is lower [over time], charged particles from the sun would penetrate deeper [into Earth's atmosphere] and create large holes in the ozone," says John Tarduno, a scientist at the University of Rochester who studies physical forces on Earth.