magnetic field strength


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magnetic field strength

[mag′ned·ik ′fēld ‚streŋkth]
(electromagnetism)
An auxiliary vector field, used in describing magnetic phenomena, whose curl, in the case of static charges and currents, equals (in meter-kilogram-second units) the free current density vector, independent of the magnetic permeability of the material. Also known as magnetic field; magnetic field intensity; magnetic force; magnetic intensity; magnetizing force.
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After each experiment an average magnetic field strength H and magnetic flux density B, crossing notional horizontal fluid's symmetry axis was calculated.
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1-4 at each given magnetic field strength H) with respect to the magnetic field strength.
In the simulation and experiment, magnetic field strength was slightly increased from 0 to 0.
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Our estimates of the fractional change in magnetic field strength or frequency caused by action currents assume that the magnetic resonance study is performed using a typical static magnetic field strength on the order of 1 T.
5T, breast MRI at a 3T magnetic field strength (Figure 1) provides several opportunities for improving diagnostic image quality.
Model was simulated under the conditions: magnetic field strength rised from 0-1.