hysteresis loss


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hysteresis loss

[‚his·tə′rē·səs ‚lȯs]
(physics)
The energy converted to heat in a material because of magnetic or other hysteresis, accompanying cyclic variation of the magnetic field or other driving variable.
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Caption: Figure 1: Illustration of the mechanism leading to hysteresis loss.
Roder, "Effects of size distribution on hysteresis losses of magnetic nanoparticles for hyperthermia," Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, vol.
The four responses to be incorporated into the desirability function include the bulk density, hysteresis loss, hardness, and tensile strength.
In order to determine the core losses due to harmonic components for various operating frequencies, the eddy current and hysteresis loss constants (K_e and Kh) must first be found for the selected laminated steel.
Figure 6a shows hysteresis loss of a UDPC and various FGPCs employing an average 50 phr CB against the number of loading-unloading deformation cycles.
In Figure 4(a), almost zero dissipation was calculated for the cobalt ferrite nanoparticles under the same conditions, because these nanoparticles are ferromagnetic, so no hysteresis loss is dissipated when [H.sub.ac] = 37.3 kA/m because it is sufficiently lower than [H.sub.K] = 630 kA/m.
Hysteresis loss increases on addition of nanoclay inclusions, even in the absence of organo-modifiers, due to the rise in frictional interaction (Table 3).
This new backbone modification technology represents an option to further decrease the vulcanizate hysteresis loss and to reduce tire rolling resistance.
Figure 10 shows the hysteresis loss values for the anionically polymerized polyisoprene gloves, as well as gloves manufactured from NR, Ziegler Natta polyisoprene and chloroprene rubber at different elongations.
Hysteresis loss was determined under strain mode in the first cycle by stretching dumb bell test pieces to a strain level of 100% in the Zwick UTM at 25[degrees]C and at 500 mm/min rate.
The conjugated diolefin copolymer rubber has low hysteresis loss properties as well as improved abrasion resistance, rupture characteristics and road grip characteristics without impairing wet skid characteristics.