magnetic shielding

magnetic shielding

[mag′ned·ik ′shēld·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
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Soft ferrite is being extensively sought-after across multiple applications including electric motors, relays, magnetic shielding, solenoids, electrical power generation and transmission, and so on.
Contract: purchase of cold magnetic shielding for the hi-lumi dqw crab cavities
"The same factors which drive dynamos on Earth might affect the magnetic shielding on exoplanets.
The engineering team is also very close to making a special magnetic shielding system for the thrusters themselves.
However, such correction is not practical for industrial applications as it requires magnetic shielding and rather complicated calibration process.
Some form of magnetic shielding is necessary to protect the passengers, and steel in the guideway causes problems because of the resulting attractive force at low speeds.
With regard to this last issue--at least with respect to the magnetic component of the EM wave--a group of physicists has implemented record-breaking magnetic shielding to achieve what they call the weakest magnetic field in the solar system, allowing them to conduct high-precision experiments free from magnetic interference.
Integral's ElectriPlast products are designed to serve the electrical and magnetic shielding needs for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, cable and alternative energy.
Magnetic shielding and furniture may not have much in common--aesthetically, at least--but Kamens, a trained glass blower, saw enormous opportunity in entering the interior-design trade.
A modern superconducting magnet system is made up of four parts: the main superconducting windings, the cryostat, the superconductive shims, the quench circuitry, and the magnetic shielding. Strong static magnetic fields for NMR and MRI can be created with three different technologies: resistive electromagnets, permanent magnets, and superconducting electromagnets.