magnetic leakage

magnetic leakage

[mag′ned·ik ′lēk·ij]
(electromagnetism)
Passage of magnetic flux outside the path along which it can do useful work.
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3(a), there is little magnetic leakage flux out of the soft iron, and the magnetic flux density is gathered in the air gap on the ends of the device, which improves the adhesion force.
2] mainly reduces the magnetic leakage on cancelled side.
In this study, the optimal design model of detector based on magnetic leakage flux (MLF) carried by robot for detecting broken steel strands in ACSR cables has been proposed.
Subjects include: fundamentals of electromagnetism and magnetic particles, fundamentals of magnetic testing, magnetic leakage field measurements, equipment used in magnetic testing, reference standards, demagnetization, metals testing, electric power applications of magnetic particle testing, magnetic testing of metals, infrastructure and aerospace applications, and chemical and petroleum applications.
Applications include the convergence of contactless ID (RFID), credit cards and cellular telephones where magnetic leakage from dynamic speakers poses a serious risk of data error or loss.
To focus the magnetic flux at the gate and restrain the decrease of magnetic flux, the magnetic circuit must be insulated from the mold to prevent magnetic leakage.
The new actuator has the added advantage of very low magnetic leakage, allowing actuators to be used in close proximity to one another without performance degradation.
The magnets produce a magnetic flux or field in the pipe wall and sensors measure the magnetic leakage at zones where the pipe wall thickness is not uniform.
The magnets produce a magnetic flux (or field) in the pipe wall, and sensors measure the magnetic leakage (changes in the magnetic field) at zones where the pipe wall thickness is not uniform.
The new optimized systems will include radiography, ultrasound, magnetic leakage, etc.