magnetic vector

magnetic vector

[mag′ned·ik ′vek·tər]
(electromagnetism)
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Cryofree dilution refrigerator with 3-axis magnetic vector and fast "bottom loading" sample exchange
Scores of SCLs have been identified in this investigation, and several of them have been presented here, ranging from demystifying the electric field vector resolution, to applying Kirchhoff s voltage and current rules in circuit analysis, to analyzing cycloid type motion of a charged particle in simultaneous static electric and magnetic fields, to obtaining the magnetic induction from the magnetic vector potential of a current in a finite straight wire segment.
The topics include statics and quasistatics electromagnetism, scalar and vector hysteresis modeling, using nodal elements with magnetic vector potential, the source-field method for three dimensional magnetodynamic fields, and a matrix-free iterative solution procedure for finite element problems.
mu]] = (A, i[phi]/c), A and [phi] as the magnetic vector potential and the electrostatic potential in three-space, and the four-current
Femm goes about finding a field that satisfies (4) and (6) via magnetic vector potential approach.
Electromagnetics: STAR-CCM+ has a new solver for Magnetic Vector Potential, which operates in stationary and transient mode and couples to electrical potential solver for electromagnetic problems.
The measurement principle behind the Bosch pedal travel sensor is based on a Hall sensor that records the magnetic vector of a magnetic field.
This means using magnetic vector potential in [[OMEGA].
The electric field is obtained from the magnetic vector potential [[vector].
Remark that the field lines and surfaces are integral characteristics of the magnetic vector field, [5], [20], [21], [22].
Magnetic flux density in w-coordinates will be evaluated as a derivative of the magnetic vector potential W(w)
First, we introduce a magnetic vector potential A defined in a subdomain [[OMEGA].