oscillating magnetic field

oscillating magnetic field

[′äs·ə‚lād·iŋ mag′ned·ik ′fēld]
(electromagnetism)
A magnetic field which varies periodically in time.
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The frequency of oscillating magnetic field was set to 0.00278/t in nondimensionalized coordinates for the present work.
According to the literature study, the oscillating magnetic field affects different bacterial strains in lag-phase of their growth [2].
An oscillating magnetic field is applied to make the nickel parts move from side to side, in turn swinging the head and tail and creating movement - essentially, swimming.
The oscillating magnetic field of the single-phase stator, while it generates current and magnetic fields in the rotor, does not induce rotation in the rotor.
to an oscillating magnetic field which propagates through space as a wave.
mpi signal is derived from the non-linear re-magnetization response of the particles in the oscillating magnetic field. mpi allows preclinical display through direct immediate and continuous detection of paramagnetic particles (spios) in the body of a small laboratory animals (mouse, rat).
The basics of wireless power transfer involve the inductive transmission of energy from a transmitter to a receiver via an oscillating magnetic field. To achieve this Direct Current (DC), supplied by a power source, is converted into high frequency Alternating Current (AC) by specially designed electronics built into the transmitter.
To perform the spectroscopy of the bouncing neutron, the interaction that couples different quantum states can be a vibration of the bottom mirror or an oscillating magnetic field gradient [8].
By applying a very small oscillating magnetic field and maintaining the driving rf magnetic field resonant with the Larmor frequency, that is, [w.sub.rf] = [w.sub.L], the very small oscillating magnetic field can be determined.
Kantar, Dynamic compensation temperatures in the mixed spin-1 and spin-3/2 Ising system under a time-dependent oscillating magnetic field, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials: 322, 2789 (2010).
This application takes advantage of the temperature increase generated by the magnetic nanoparticles in the presence of an oscillating magnetic field. This temperature increase is then utilized to stimulate a thermoresponsive polymer which is surface grafted onto the nanoparticle.
An oscillating electric field generates an oscillating magnetic field, and an oscillating magnetic field generates an oscillating electric field.