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 compression hysteresis loss is another key response to investigate, as it determines the compression energy storage and recovery properties of the foam, as well as the amount of heat generated during cyclic compression.
The variation of hysteresis loss of individual layers of a 0-20-40-60-80-100 (the numbers show the phr values of the CB and the sequence shows the stacking order of the layers) FGPC present at different distances along the sheet thickness is shown in Fig.
Hysteresis loss increases on addition of nanoclay inclusions, even in the absence of organo-modifiers, due to the rise in frictional interaction (Table 3).
All indicators for hysteresis loss were strongly improved, (tan 5 by 43%, heat build-up by 23% and ball rebound by 25%).
3 Tension set at 8 8 8 100% elongation (%) Hysteresis loss at 0.
Furthermore, the changes in hardness, hysteresis loss, tension set, and stress relaxation are marginal.
As given in Table 5, the 1,12-DDL component makes the permanent set unfavorably increase and the hysteresis loss slightly high.
It is observed that with an increase in peroxide dose, the tensile strength, modulus and hardness gradually increase while the tension set and hysteresis loss ratio decrease.
Figure 7 compares the hysteresis loss for all the materials corrected to reflect the true stress and strain on the materials.
As the applied field is increased and approaches the value of the coercive field polarization reversal occurs giving rise to a large dielectric nonlinearity and hysteresis loss.
With such an optimized filler system, it may be possible to reduce the hysteresis loss, and hence rolling resistance, by maintaining the treadwear, which is the major demand for truck tires.
Hysteresis loss in a material is a measure of the energy dissipated by various processes.