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  • Magnetic Sensing
    , operating at levels exceeding 30,000 g. Since magnetic sensors can detect ferrous discontinuities through nonferrous metals, they can be hermetically sealed within nonferrous housings to withstand 100% humidity or complete immersion in water and oil. Sensors enclosed in stainless steel can operate
  • Functions, Variations and Application Areas of Magnetic Components
    of performance with just a few Watts (small transformers) right up to 1000MW (interconnection transformers). The principle of transformers lies in the magnetic alternating flux of two coil, which are mounted on a mutual iron core. Based on this construction and in accordance with the laws on induction
  • Study: Edges Of Magnetic Tape Key To Boosting Data Density
    Editors note: A high-resolution (300 DPI, approximately 3 in. x 4 in.) digital photograph of magnetic tape, including a close-up of features on the tape edge, is available to the media at (614) 292-9475 or Previous stories pertaining to Professor Bhushan's research: "Researchers Pioneer Techniques
  • Switch Tips: Float-level switches
    Float-type switches are considered the least-expensive way of monitoring the level of fluid in a tank. They use a buoyant float to gauge a fluid level. In most models, the float carries permanent magnets and encircles a stationary stem. As the float rises or drops with fluid level, the magnetic
  • Industry's best designs for a newmillennium
    , levels are essential tools. The bronze-award-winning Stanley FatMax magnetic level features unbreakable acrylic vials, and an extruded aluminum body with TPR hand grip and replaceable end caps. The end caps protect the level and work surfaces from damage. Also, ceramic magnets sit in protective ABS
  • Donut Transformers
    . The core in a donut transformer is a band of magnetic grade steel concentrically wound upon it. This is an extremely efficient core design that has no breaks or gaps in the magnetic path. While other types of core designs may produce relative high levels of audible noise, (approximately 30-70 DB's
  • Sensor Sense: Inductive sensors and resistance welding
    triggering. Air-core coils wound on plastic spools reduce the coil's sensitivity to external magnetic fields. Low-permeability cores also reduce interference from outside magnetic forces while helping concentrate and direct the coil's own magnetic field. An internal time-delay circuit between
  • Medical Device Link .
    diagnostic technologies, MIAtek enables a higher level of test performance in a simple test format. Specific Measurements of Nonlinear Magnetic Signals MIAtek is a patented technology that exploits the unique nonlinear magnetic signals of superparamagnetic materials embedded in magnetic beads (see
  • Introduction
    exercises and demonstrations may be implemented using QuickField and MATLAB in a traditional introductory level physics course. This second audience will benefit from the visualization of electric and magnetic field distributions and force calculations without a working knowledge of the finite element
  • Magnetism - A Blow to Welding (.pdf)
    The origins of magnetic arc blow are examined by Philip Blakeley and Joszef Takacs, who go on to discuss practical remdies which minimise any delays in welding schedule. Solving problems associated with high levels of magnetism at a Hungarian site is used as a practical example.

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  • Magnetic Resonance and Its Applications
    609 13.2.3 Magnetic Levels of the Ion Cr3� in the Intermediate Crystal Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Structure of Matter
    on the magnetic levels as depicted in Fig.4.5b and with an average (statistical) expec- tation value of the magnetic moment along the field < ?z >= 0.
  • Molecular Magnets
    By far the simplest is the so-called Giant Spin Approximation (GSA), in which one assigns a total (giant) spin quantum num- ber, S, to the lowest-lying (ms) magnetic levels [2]; for a ferromagnetic molecule, S is obtained from the algebraic �
  • Geomagnetic Observations and Models
    4.8.3 Magnetic Leveling .
  • Structure of Matter
    When the field is switched on, in a characteristic time usually called spin-lattice relaxation time T1 (for some detail on this process see Chapter 6), statis- tical equilibrium is achieved, with the populations on the magnetic levels as depicted in Fig �
  • Structure of Matter
    When the field is switched on, in a characteristic time usually called spin-lattice relaxation time Tl (for some detail on this process see Chapter 6), statis- tical equilibrium is achieved, with the populations on the magnetic levels as depicted in Fig �