magnetic field intensity

magnetic field intensity

[mag′ned·ik ′fēld in‚ten·səd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
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The subject of the public contract is the supply of cryogenic system with closed-loop refrigeration technology with an integrated pair of superconducting magnet coils with a horizontal axis allowing to achieve a temperature variation on the sample in the range of 5 to 300 k and magnetic field intensity variables at sample point 0 to 7 t without the use of cryo- .
The second relation, which is equivalent to the first one, states that the force on particles is along the gradient of the magnetic field intensity squared--i.
1 and described as following; (a) magnetization: the magnetic field strength is increased causing magnetic entropy to decrease which further increases MCM's temperature; (b) cold blow: some heat transfer fluid is employed to absorb MCM heat to cool it down to ambient temperature; (c) demagnetization: the magnetic field intensity is decreased causing magnetic entropy to increase which further lowers MCM's temperature; (d) hot blow: again a heat transfer fluid is used to reject the heat to MCM increasing its temperature and thus the cycle goes on.
4) form nearly uniform magnetic field intensity, not significantly different in mass (no more than 5%).
Constant policy of the magnetic field intensity (power) permitting to use the device additionally by people who are sensitive to the electromagnetic field or by kids where low intensity is enough,.
The design of this new type of DMF is based on the behavior of the magnetorheological fluid (MRF), which can be changed by the magnetic field intensity [18-21].
The magnetic field intensity tests and displacement tests are conducted, respectively, using Tesla meter and eddy current displacement sensor.
The narrow interval of the appropriate magnetic field intensity was clearly indicated by the presence of the effect around 2.
Table 1: The magnetic field intensity H as a function of r and the speed of the particle with [beta] ~ 1.
A coil is embedded in the ground and, using magnetic resonance created by changes in magnetic field intensity between the transmitting coil in the ground and a receiving coil in the car, passes electricity to the car.
This method transmits electricity by using magnetic resonance that results from changes in magnetic field intensity between a coil positioned on the ground under the car and a receiving coil built into the underside of the vehicle.
The charging system transmits electricity using magnetic resonance created by changes in magnetic field intensity between a transmitting coil in the ground and a receiving coil in the car.