inverse magnetostriction

inverse magnetostriction

[′in‚vərs mag‚ned·ō′strik·shən]
(electromagnetism)
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Employing an effect known as inverse magnetostriction, the sensor determines torque and force at high bandwidths with high accuracy and fine resolution where the magnetic properties of a specially processed ferromagnetic object change in proportion to the mechanical forces acting on it.

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