magnetostatic


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magnetostatic

[mag¦nēd·ə¦stad·ik]
(electromagnetism)
Pertaining to magnetic properties that do not depend upon the motion of magnetic fields.
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Magnetostatic waves are slow electromagnetic waves that can propagate over limited bandwidths at microwave frequencies in materials such as YIG.
He worked for three years as a post doctoral research associate in the Center for Advance Electron Devices and Systems at UTA in the area of magnetostatic waves (MSW) and MESFET characterization.
Magnetostatic waves work on the interaction of surface acoustic waves with a magnetic biasing field.
Another approach to obtain a constant RF output is using a high frequency channelizer, such as di-electric resonator multiplexers or magnetostatic wave (MWS) filters.
The illustrated magnetostatic analysis allows to determine the transmitted torque starting from the magnetic induction distribution and applying the expressions (5) and (6).
The goal of the work is use of electrostatic analogy for testing the algorithm for the numerical solution of the integral equation for the surface density of fictitious magnetic charges at the interfaces of homogeneous regions of a piecewise homogeneous magnetized medium in the case of a plane meridian magnetostatic field.
Kindyakc, "Surface magnetostatic spin wave envelope solitons in ferrite semiconductor structure", Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol.
In [4], the authors also investigate a higher-order extension of this algorithm which, however, requires implicit treatment of nonlocal contributions like the magnetostatic strayfield.
Over the years we have gained confidence in Opera's magnetostatic simulation performance for solid and laminated yoke magnets, supported by the effective correlation between simulation results and magnetic measurements obtained from manufactured units.
Cobham's new parallel processing software accelerates one of the major electromagnetic simulation solver options for the company's Opera-3d suite of electromagnetic and multi-physics design tools, which use finite element (FE) analysis to compute the physical interaction of charged particles with electrostatic or magnetostatic fields.
The new parallel processing software accelerates one of the major electromagnetic simulation solver options for Cobham's renowned Opera-3d suite of electromagnetic and multi- physics design tools which use finite element (FE) analysis to compute the physical interaction of charged particles with electrostatic or magnetostatic fields.
The derived method can be extended to capture also flows with particles that have a high magnetic susceptibility, in the case when the fluid flows through the area of a non-uniform external magnetostatic field, which gives rise to a magnetophoretic force.

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