magnetic coupling

magnetic coupling

[mag′ned·ik ′kəp·liŋ]
(electromagnetism)
For a pair of particles or systems, the effect of the magnetic field created by one system on the magnetic moment or angular momentum of the other.
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Magnetic coupling occurs because of super exchange interactions between the spin clusters and small antiferromagnetic coupling within the cluster.
To address these issues, manufacturers developed magnet-based conduction implants (MBCIs) that use magnetic coupling to transcutaneously attach a sound processor with a magnet external to the skin to an osseointegrated implant with a magnet beneath the skin.
A further increase in MF shielding efficiency can be achieved by strengthening the magnetic coupling between the cores and shields of the CL cables [8].
Consistent with the multi-jet measurement principle, water flows through the WM-NLCH meter's strainer into the measuring chamber where it drives the impeller, which in turn drives the mechanical register dials by means of a magnetic coupling.
Chemical control of superparamagnetic properties of magnesium and cobalt spinel ferrite nanoparticles through atomic level magnetic coupling, J.
The MagVent Magnetic Dryer Vent has a magnetic coupling designed to connect the dryer exhaust to the exterior vent chase of the residence.
In the recent years, an extensive research has been done on wireless power transfer, particularly between two coils across an air gap via magnetic coupling.
The extra safety the magnetic coupling provides is important in explosive atmospheres: without shaft seal rings, it is impossible for media inside the pump to escape out through faulty shaft seal rings.
Product engineers developed a design to accomplish this through the use of a magnetic coupling that attaches to the end of an existing roller.
This led to the discovery that changes in the strength of the magnetic coupling between crystals in the lateral direction greatly affect the process of magnetic reversal, while the magnetic decoupling in the perpendicular direction is not so effective.
A conventional planar coupling is not sufficient, but a radial magnetic coupling with an assembly incorporating a special bearing provides an excellent solution.
KSB says its engineers have paid particular attention to the design of the magnetic coupling and the routing of circulation, cooling and lubricating flows.