magnetic stress tensor

magnetic stress tensor

[mag′ned·ik ′stres ‚ten·sər]
(plasma physics)
A second-rank tensor, proportional to the dyad product of the magnetic induction with itself, whose divergence gives that part of the force of a magnetic field on a unit volume of conducting fluid which is due to curvature or stretching of magnetic flux lines.
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Diagnosis is suggested to conduct on the basis of spectral analysis of functions of tensor magnetic stress tensor using fast Fourier transform (FFT).
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Further deals radial vibration occurring by the action of the normal component of the magnetic stress tensor.
2) by the expression (7) is calculated normal component of magnetic stress tensor (MST) as the value of the acceleration is proportional to value of the magnetic disturbing force.
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