ferromagnetics

ferromagnetics

[¦fe·rō·mag¦ned·iks]
(electronics)
The science that deals with the storage of binary information and the logical control of pulse sequences through the utilization of the magnetic polarization properties of materials.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Proceeding from obvious physical evaluations the represented EDR will not be able to work with ferromagnetics. Influence of their magnetic properties will mean the fields penetration intensity decreasing and as consequence the attraction forces falling down.
The Heisenberg models of ferromagnetics with different magnetic interactions in the semiclassical and continuum limits are considered as a class of the nonlinear evolution equations and had a connection with nonlinear spin excitations and the nonlinear Schrodinger equation [22, 23].
He covers conducting material systems and structures, dielectrics, piezoelectricity, ferromagnetics, and magnetostriction.
Atherton, "Theory of the magnetisation process in ferromagnetics and its application to the magnetomechanical effect," J.
It was reported that the cycloid structure becomes more anharmonic at lower T, and its detrimental effect on the magnetic ordering is devalued [39], leading to stronger ferromagnetics (FM), evidenced by the M-H loop at T = 5 K, as shown in Figure 6.
Never specifically calling them "alien," the life-forms populating Rosny aine's stories may have originated on Earth (for example, the geometrical light-beings in Les Xipehuz and the invisible Moedigen of Another World) or they may have evolved as a side-effect of humanity's industrial manufacturing (like the iron-based "ferromagnetics" in The Death of the Earth).
When scaled up similarly to ferromagnetics, that process can manifest on a computer as the writing or reading of digital information.
Button, Microwave ferrites and ferromagnetics, McGraw-Hill, NY (1962).
The foams can be formed from shape memory alloys, shape memory polymers, piezoelectric bimorphs, conductive polymers, ionic polymer gels, ferromagnetic shape memory alloys, ionic polymer metal composites, ferromagnetics, hard piezos, liquid crystal elastomers, or annealed polyacrylonitrile fibers.
The screens of conductive crystalline ferromagnetics are not working in considered area.
Deformation and Fracture of Functional Ferromagnetics. D.