initial permeability

initial permeability

[i¦nish·əl ‚pər·mē·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The limit of the normal permeability as the magnetic induction and magnetic field strength approach 0.
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0] is the initial permeability of coals under certain fiducial temperature and without any outer loads.
0] are the initial void ratio and the initial permeability coefficient, respectively, and [C.
The permeability at a given time at a specific synapse depends on the initial permeability p and on the previous history of this synapse (Stent, 1973).
4 cm long were cut from each board, immersed in water for 24 hours to measure initial permeability, and then installed on a roof slanted toward the sun to ensure maximum drying rate and stress following rainstorms.
The initial permeability used in the first simulation was set at 5.
Figure 15 shows the initial permeability field (log k) obtained from the porosity field by means of Kozeny's law (as initial fracture apertures are small).
The company's A041 ferrite material exhibits an initial permeability of 4,000 [+ or -]25 percent at 100 kHz, 0.
Providing the means to reduce the size of power supplies and transformers while boosting output power, the A041 manganese-zinc ferrite material is designed to reduce power losses in high-temperature power applications, Initial permeability is 4000 [+ or -]25% at 100 kHz, 0.
Ferrite balun cores, with an initial permeability in the range of 4000 to 5000, are wrapped with tightly twisted braided double magnet wire.
The reduction in geo-textile permeability with time necessitates that high initial permeability of the geotextile is required.
The nickel/zinc-based ferrite material has an initial permeability of 250u, which gradually increases before reaching the Curie temperature at around 300 degrees C.

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