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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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.
Higher values of tan ([delta]) show higher hysteresis loss in UDPCs compared to FGPCs having any ascending/descending stacking sequence.
Furthermore, the changes in hardness, hysteresis loss, tension set, and stress relaxation are marginal.
All indicators for hysteresis loss were strongly improved, (tan 5 by 43%, heat build-up by 23% and ball rebound by 25%).
It is also found that while tensile set, hysteresis loss ratio, and hardness increase, elongation at break, toughness, and tear strength decrease with replacement of EPDM by RGRT and the effect is more pronounced beyond 50% of replacement.
Hysteresis loss (Hy), defined as the amount of energy dissipated during cyclic deformation, was determined from the areas [W.
The epoxidized NR compounds showed lower hysteresis loss than the NR compounds.
In another paper (16), we have quantified low strain hysteresis loss (strain levels less than 100%) over a wide range of frequencies, strain levels, temperatures, and compositional variables.
To improve the hysteresis loss of tire body compounds, new low surface area carbon blacks have been developed and are a solution to further reduce rolling resistance of a tire.
The hysteresis loss (%) was measured by a universal testing machine.