saturation induction

saturation induction

[‚sach·ə′rā·shən in′dək·shən]
(electromagnetism)
The maximum intrinsic induction possible in a material. Also known as saturation flux density.
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With the use of previous analysis (1)-(8) it is possible to evaluate transformer losses in dependency on saturation induction as well as on core volume (Fig.
Total transformer losses in dependency of the value of saturation induction and core volume.
To obtain a strong electromagnetic force, a soft magnetic material with a high saturation induction density and low remanence is often applied for the iron core and armature.
where [M.sub.s] is the saturation magnetization; [B.sub.r] is the residual magnetic flux density; [B.sub.s] is the saturation induction density; Hs is the magnetic field intensity corresponding the saturation induction density; [H.sub.c] is the coercivity; [[mu].sub.0] is the constant permeability of vacuum.
With the increase of H, B increases quickly at first, but its increase becomes slow and gradually approaches the saturation induction density [B.sub.s].
Every magnetic material has a different saturation induction density [B.sub.s] and maximum permeability [[mu].sub.max].
Yoshizawa and his colleagues showed on Fe-Cu-Nb-Si-B and later on Fe-Cu-M-B-Si family (where M = Nb, V, Mo, Zr) nanocrystallized alloys, exceptional magnetic characteristics: saturation induction of 1.2 T, low coercivity, magnetic permeability at high frequencies above [10.sup.3] (Codrean et al., 2007).