residual field

residual field

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ¦fēld]
(electromagnetism)
The magnetic field left in an iron core after excitation has been removed.
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Then the residual field of v is an algebraic closure of [k.
TDW is also conducting extensive research into Residual Field and Low Field Magnetism technologies for mechanical pipeline damage prioritisation.
Estimated LT50 and LT95 of residual field rateof Chlorpyrifos calculated at 48th h of bothsexes of L.
Internal and external discrimination and residual field data are taken in one pass.
We have found that satisfactory improvement of the newly developed ground fault protection can be achieved when apply selected magnetic shielding of the residual field due to cable load asymmetry.
His perspectives include the creation of media-ready science, scientific ethos, residual field analysis, and the education crisis.
In addition, the StitchArt plus option integrates many automatic procedures and adjusting functions, including, among others, autofocus, automatic contrast and brightness optimization, automatic orientation of the scan field, and precise first order correction of the objective's residual field curvature.
This condition is satisfied if the residual field equals about 1% of a pseudomagnetic field.
RK: Maybe you can say that liteness is the residual field between individual Bignesses.
Since only field distortion is being measured, the residual field effect of jigs and fixtures can be ignored.
We used the LsOPM to measure residual field fluctuations inside a three-layer magnetic shield.