shielding factor

shielding factor

[′shēld·iŋ ‚fak·tər]
(geophysics)
The ratio of the strength of the magnetic field at a directional compass to its strength if there were no disturbing material; usually expressed as a decimal.
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In [10] an expression for the shielding factor was written more exactly, and radius of the domain within the circular passive loop in which it is recommended to place equipment was determined.
Shielding factor SF is the ratio of the RMS value of the external magnetic flux density to the RMS value of the magnetic flux density at the utilization of the shield.
Define the crack shielding factor between parallel cracks as
Following the definition of crack shielding factor, define the crack enhancing factor between coplanar cracks as:
Multilayer passive magnetic shielding made from high-permeability metal with a quasistatic magnetic shielding factor larger than 70AN000.
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The shielding efficiency can be characterized by the shielding factor defined as the ratio of the magnetic field strength in shielded area [H.
The axial shielding factor of the shielding (developed and provided by PNPI Gatchina, St.
Tenders are invited for Multi-layer passive magnetic shielding of high permeability metal me a quasi-static magnetic shielding factor greater than 70,000.
The Allan standard deviations for integration times exceeding 100 s are due to slow drifts of laboratory fields which are not completely suppressed by the three-layer shield, which has a measured longitudinal shielding factor of [10.
199] atoms, so the diamagnetic shielding factor will be slightly different from that in the ion.